Throwing a Fall Backyard Party

Now that fall has finally arrived, it’s time to transition your outdoor entertaining plans from warm weather to cooler temperatures. Whatever your reason for celebration, from simply enjoying the changing of the seasons to catching up with loved ones, there is no better season to spend time outside. If you’re looking to throw a backyard party this season, be sure to include these essential elements.

Nisho fire feature backyard party

A true essential for any fall outdoor party is the refreshments, and in the rapidly cooling weather, that means providing some awesome warm drinks. Whether you’re into a classic Irish coffee, hot (spiked?) apple cider, or hot toddy, or want to play mixologist and create something new and unique, warm drinks of any kind are key to throwing a successful backyard party this fall. For a major hit among guests and loved ones, create a “make your own drink” bar, complete with all the fixings and ingredients one could need to make their own ultimate fall drink.

Entertainment is a big piece of the puzzle when planning any party, and though your guests will mingle with you and with each other, it’s good to provide some extra activities to keep people engaged. While some of the yard games you used this summer will need to be stowed away for fall and winter (e.g., anything involving water!), some can be adapted for colder weather. Games like giant Jenga and cornhole are hits with a crowd no matter the temperature.

Keep yourself and your loved ones warm and enjoy your outdoor celebration with a Nisho fire feature. Our one-of-a-kind fire features use innovative technology and high-quality components that last a lifetime so that you and your loved ones can continue to make memories for many years to come.

Fall is the ultimate time for gathering and making new memories. Whether you’re a party-planning pro or are new to the game, these elements can help you create an environment that can be enjoyed by all of your loved ones. When you need a new centerpiece for your outdoor gatherings, let’s talk fire.

Madison Martin