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!
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?
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!
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!.