10 of Our Favorite Father’s Day Decorations
These Father's Day decorations are here to help make dad's day extra-special.
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Show dad just how rad he is with this clever tablescape from Design Improvised. Giant balloons, kid-designed banners and plenty of bright colors complete the fun theme. Purchase similar balloons here. ($11)
If dad loves spending time outside, set up a sophisticated picnic spread in your backyard or at a local park. A blue-and-white color scheme gives the table a nautical vibe.
Hosting a backyard party? Read these tips first.
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Celebrate dad’s sense of style with this fun tie-inspired banner from I Should be Mopping the Floor. You can download the free template here.
First Father’s Day
Father’s Day is a new occasion for first-time dads. Commemorate it with a cute, themed cake (or one of these other delicious Father’s Day desserts) and simple star-shaped decor.
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For a swanky, grown-up affair, give dad a taste of three things you know he loves: bourbon, chocolate and cheese. This darling dinner party idea from Pizzazzerie is perfect for fathers with older kids (who will be happy to help him imbibe)!
If the whole gang is coming, here’s how much food you should plan to serve.
Taste of the Tropics
Dad deserves a tropical vacation. But if you can’t afford to gift him one for Father’s Day, give him the next best thing: a tropical-themed dinner. Use hues of green, bamboo accents and plenty of fresh plants to decorate your table and transport dad to the tropics. One pina colada, coming right up!
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Showcase dad’s fun collection of tees with this cute, customizable garland from The Happy Scraps. Use it as a banner or as part of your Father’s Day centerpieces.
This party idea is for the dad who’s always dreamed of going to Oktoberfest. Place blue-and-white checkered ribbons and faux wheat on a buffet table, then fill in the gaps with dad’s favorites—beer, pretzels and any of our other Oktoberfest recipes.
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Add a little color to your Father’s Day table decorations with Make Life Lovely’s super-smart hack. Simply fill empty bottles of Dad’s Root Beer with water and use ’em as a vase for fresh blooms.
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