Father’s Day decor can seem like a challenge because everything needs to be masculine as compared to Mother’s Day. But with some creativity and resourcefulness, you can turn a drab decor into a fabulous one! Check out some of these ideas that you can adopt quickly!
1. Use a belt
Father’s Day décor can be quite predictable but you can use it to your advantage! Instead of the usual napkin rings, why not cinch it with a belt instead? It’ll also make the table décor feel warm and homey.
2. Dig out the ties
Well, you don’t have to use ties specifically but what you can do is to fold napkins into a tie. Place it in the middle of the plate or beside it and the table is all set for Father’s Day breakfast, lunch or dinner!
3. Jeans as placemat
Another quirky Father’s Day décor is to use jeans as a placemat. To complete the look, tuck in a nicely folded napkin into the back pocket. You can even insert cutleries in the pocket with the napkin too.
4. Make use of bows
Bow ties are easy to get and made. Stick colourful bows on beer bottles or even fold the napkins into the shape of a bow tie to hold the cutleries. Ribbons can be used to cinch the middle and hold it all together.
5. Football theme
If your dad loves football, go wild with the football theme. After all, it’s the 2018 FIFA World Cup! Use the colours of the team he’s supporting, prepare good food and watch the matches together. He’ll be a happy man, if his team wins..