Redneck Reunion

Setting the Stage:

Ask your guests to come in their Sunday Redneck Best.

No extra toilets around? Just get a cheap toilet set and place it on a crate and put the flowers in!

Make a beer can wreath for your front door.

The laundry line is a key ingredient. It can be the focal point of your back yard or the backdrop for a buffet. I dare say I would scout the dollar store, however, for unmatched socks and crazy underwear!

Name Tags:

Give Everyone a handwritten Redneck Name Tag that Says: “Hi Y’all. My name is”: Bubba, Joe Bob, Daisy, Dixie, Peggy Sue, Sue Ellen, Bud, Gator, Jeb, Billy Ray, Rufus, Rowdy ,etc.

And how about a basket of temporary tattoos?

Other Decor:

And don’t forget a raggedy string of Christmas lights with a few lights out.


Here’s a few examples of Redneck Fun!

Prizes or Hostess Gifts:

These small Redneck bags from Etsy are a hoot and priced around $1.50 to $2.00


Your best wines.

Iced tea or lemonade.

Beer, beer, beer..and find something fun to put it in!

The Food:

Use newspapers or garbage bags taped down with blue masking tape for your tablecloths. and these make perfect table decorations!


Easy Cheez and Ritz Crackers, Spam Dip, Pigs in a Blanket, Ham, Pickle and Cream Cheese Rolls…and Pork Rinds are a must,

Entree: well, they have to have something good, so I would grill steaks or hamburgers, and serve tater tots, redneck caviar (corn and black bean salad) and don’t forget a jello salad and baked beans.


Love these! They’re apple slices, peanut butter and marshmallows. I guess they could be an appetizer, too.

Ding Dongs and Twinkies never go out of style.

And, finally…a tackle box filled with gummy worms!


I would start with some dueling banjos and then go on to Redneck music. And, yes, ITunes has Redneck playlists!.

Have fun, y’all!

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