Top Tips: Hosting a beach bash

A few weeks ago we got the gang together for a beach bash bonfire party and boy was it good! Vic got the fire started, we set the scene and everyone rolled in after a hard days work. It was the perfect way to relax, unwind and just enjoy each others company. If you like the look of our gathering then we've shared all the elements that you will need to throw your very own beach bash below...

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You will need...

1. Time

 The best beach bash's are hosted on dusk. It's a great temperature, not too busy, beautiful light and you can have a fire.

2. Place

Find a good spot. Nice secluded beaches work best, set up away from the waters edge and in a flat area.

3. Atmosphere

Portable music player and epic playlist, let the good times roll.

4. Company

Good mates and fun conversation

5. Comfort

A few Roundies to sit on (because sand can get a little cold once the sun goes down)

6. Warmth

A beach fire is pretty essential. Click here to read our post on how to build one. 

7. Drinks

A beach cart full of ice and drinks.

8. Food

Simple easy food. We wrote a post on recipe ideas for a seaside feast which can be found here. 


TBP xx


Photography: Matt Johnson / Daisy, Lu & Holli wearing: Yoli & Otis