Lemonade Stand: 10 Lemonade Stands for Summer

Lemonade Stand: 10 Lemonade Stands for Summer.  Looking for a fun activity for the kids to keep them busy (or just out of your hair)?  How about a Lemonade Stand?Publication91

Lemonade stands are super easy to do and so much fun for the little ones.   You might remember that I set up a Strawberry Lemonade Stand for my girls a couple months back. It was a blast. I have been seeing several fun and awfully adorable lemonade stands lately and thought it might be fun to highlight a few.  Here are 10 of my favorites for you…

#1 DIY Lemonade Stand by Giggles Galore

This lemonade stand is stunning!  I love the colors and the details.  I especially love the way the lemon is worked into so many of the treats.  Love it!  My favorite detail is probably the doily wrapped glass jars (see below).


#2 Lemonade Stand with Tutorial by See Vanessa Craft

This lemonade stand is simple and chic.  It would be a great twist (pardon the pun) for a boy’s lemonade stand.  I love the green touches as well.


#3 Rowyn’s Pink Lemonade Stand Party by  Mozi Photography

I’m a firm believer that you can NEVER have too much pink. This adorable pink Lemonade stand birthday proves me right!  I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the mini stand on the table.  Too much!  Perfection…so clean, yet with a rustic touch!


#4 Lemonade Stand Birthday Party by Quilted Polka Dot

This is such a sweet party.  I adore the little banner strung between the lemons and the easy spring feel of the design.  These pcitures just scream “warm spring day”, don’t they??


#5 Lemon Squeeze by The Frosted Petticoat

This lemonade stand is adorable and vintage.  I love how it feels like a little romantic date, but in a cute alfalfa/darla way.  Precious.  The vintage signs are the perfect touch.


#6 Lemonade Stand by One Charming Party

One of my all-time favorite little parties from one of my favorite blogs.  This classic, easy to replicate lemonade stand would be great for a little weekend diversion without breaking the bank.  I love the green and yellow details.


#7 Lemonade Stand by La Belle Parties

This is a fun Lemonade Stand with a modern twist.  I like the inclusion of the ever popular “Keep Calm” Sign and the pretty color palette.


#8 Lemonade Stand by Inspire Me Baby

Adorable, right.  How sweet is this vintage, burlap lemonade banner?  I love the sweet, subtle details of this stand. The colors are soft and the pictures are stunning.


#9 Summer Pink Lemonade Birthday by On to Baby

If subtle pink is not your thing…this is the lemonade stand for you.  I love the bright colors and the bold decor.  The contrast between the bright pink and yellow and the white is gorgeous.  Definitely a wow party!


#10 Lemonade Birthday by Lulu Pink Parties

And last, but certainly not least…I am in love with the umbrella in this party. Just a beautiful display.  I love the colors and the bright open feel of the room.  Beautiful!


Adorable ideas, aren’t they!!  Hopefully they inspire you to put together a little lemonade party of your own.  As always, I’d love to see the pictures, or you can submit your party for feature!

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Holly Lasha

Holly Lasha

Hey Ya'll, I'm Holly. Thanks for stopping by my page. We are all family here, so grab a cup of coffee, pull up a chair and stay for awhile. I'm a crazy crafting momma with two beautiful little girls that I can't stop photographing. I love parties, french fries and Sci-fi (not necessarily in that order). If you like what you read, leave a comment and let me know or shoot me an email if you have any questions at holly@mimisdollhouse.com
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