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The party box company is supplying everything you need to pack the perfect spread for a spring afternoon

The warm weather is a cue for many things — lighter jackets, a mandatory pedicure, alfresco dining, strawberries, and most importantly, picnics!

We’re mildly obsessed with picnicking here at The Daily Meal. The idea of getting out of the office for an hour or so to catch some rays is enough for us, but add a basket full of homemade treats and we’re hooked.

A picnic’s essentials are totally debatable depending on your company — while some like to pack everything but the kitchen sink, others prefer a lighter approach. We can supply you with some fantastic recipes, but as for the equipment, we’re going to leave that to the pros.

Cue ACME, the party box destination for all of your future planning, from weddings to birthdays and just your everyday dinner party. The brand has a great Picnic Basket for 4 that has all the supplies (minus the actual food and drink) you need to host an elegant spread for four. The basket is ideal for picnicking obviously, but would also be a great addition to your beach day or even work as a great vacation carry-on.

Another great tidbit about the basket? Everything is reusable and sustainable — bonus points!

Here’s what’s inside:
• Large Woven Tote with Leather Handles
• 1 Weck Carafe
2 Weck Storage Jars
• 8 Compostable Bamboo Plates and 4 Sets of Bamboo Cutlery (Knives, Spoons, Forks)
• Mango Wood Cheese Board with French Cheese Knife
• 4 100 Percent Cotton Napkins
• 4 Elegant Bistro Wine Glasses or Rustic Mason Jar Sippers with Straws
Striped Picnic Blanket (optional)

Quick And Easy 4th of July Desserts

A collection of more than 20 patriotic Fourth of July desserts that will make dessert the star of your 4th of July picnic! Many Pinterest favorites including Firecracker Jell-o Cups, American Flag Popsicles, Red White And Blue Poke Cake and more.

For me, the Fourth Of July is all about the Red, White & Blue.

But just in case you are like me and wait until the last minute to plan your 4th of July desserts menu (and desserts really are the star of your Fourth Of July picnic), I thought I'd show you a few patriotic desserts that are both QUICK and EASY to make.

And they all are super yummy and highly patriotic.

Of course, this only applies if you are in the U.S.A. If you are Canadian and celebrating Canada Day, then just skip the blue parts of the foods.

10 Things To Pack in Your Picnic Basket

You've got the food, the location, and some good company. All that stands between you and a lovely outdoor meal is a well-packed picnic basket. Whether you have a proper wicker hamper or a canvas tote bag, fill it up with these picnic essentials and you'll be prepared for anything.

Frozen Bottles of Water
The main rule for outdoor eating is to keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold. Ice packs will get the job done, but frozen bottles of water do double duty. After they melt (and the food&aposs been eaten), you&aposll have cold drinks on hand for everyone.

Corkscrew/Bottle Opener
If you&aposre packing wine, beer, or bottles of soda, be sure to toss a corkscrew with a bottle opener in your bag. (Bonus points for packing plastic cups with sturdy, flat bottoms too.)

Wet Wipes
Pre-moistened wipes will keep hands clean and help clean up sticky spills, even if there&aposs no running water nearby.

Salt and Pepper
Seasoning is a small thing, but goes a long way in making your picnic feel more thoughtful𠅎specially if you happen to be eating fried chicken.

Paper Towels
You never know when you might have a big spill on your hands. And a roll of paper towels won&apost blow away like a stack of napkins will.

A Tray
If you&aposre eating on the ground, a lightweight plastic or enamel tray will provide a smooth surface to prevent drinks from toppling over.

Serving Spoons
Cutlery is essential, of course, but don&apost forget a large spoon or two for serving food.

Folding Knife
A small folding knife will come in handy for a variety of jobs, and is essential if you&aposre serving meats and cheeses.

Cutting Board
A lightweight cutting board is also a good idea if cheese is on the menu, or if you&aposre slicing sandwiches or fruit.

Trash Bags
Always throw a trash bag or two in your bag for easy clean up when the picnic&aposs over. Even if there are plenty of trash cans nearby, your own bag will save you from having to walk back and forth to throw everything away.

Perfect Picnic Recipes:

Now, if you&rsquore the impromptu picnic type (or just aren&rsquot inclined to make something at home), don&rsquot be afraid to get takeout or pick up something at your favorite deli.

During the summer, I will often leave my loaded picnic basket (sans food and drinks) in the car, so I can picnic whenever the mood strikes. This is also a great way to break up your workday. You might even be able to take a longer lunch to picnic in a park.

Include a few special details.

Whether you&rsquore picnicking alone, meeting an old friend at the park, or dining outdoors with someone special, you can always incorporate a few special touches to make the meal more memorable.

May I suggest one or more of the following:
&ndash Bouquet of fresh flowers from the store or your garden
&ndash Ribbon or twine to tie around your Chinet Classic White line place settings
&ndash Snips of fresh herbs to garnish your meal or drink
&ndash Candle or lantern (Citronella will keep bugs away.)
&ndash Playlist of your favorite tunes

It&rsquos picnic ideas like these that will take your outdoor meal to the next level and create a special time that will be remembered fondly.

Leave it as you found it.

No matter where you picnic, you will want to leave the space looking as pristine as you found it. If it&rsquos just you and your picnic basket, be sure to tuck in one baggie for trash and another for recycling.

That reminds me of something else I love about the Chinet Classic White line. Cleanup is a breeze. You just toss them when you&rsquore done!

Do a double check before leaving your picnic area to make sure you&rsquove taken all of your belongings and completely cleaned up the area for other picnickers.

Picnic Sandwiches

It’s been far too long since I told you how to make a sandwich! AND, I would also like to admit that I love sandwiches so, so darn much.

Hey Hey, happy day! How are you? Are you loving this weather or are you LOVING this awesome weather?!

Since we’re through June + a week through July (WHAAAAT), I’ve been working on some activities and plans to make the rest of our summer as totally awesome as possible. We are doing lots of chalk coloring – our driveway resembles a Picasso – we’re playing with tons of water outside, swimming in it, too, and staining some of our favorite outfits with cherries and strawberries. So far, so darn good.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sargento®. The opinions and texts are all mine.

But, most of these activities require me to be outside, and far away from the kitchen – I’m not complaining – therefore, most of our lunches consist of veggies, deli meats, and cheese slices tucked inside soft and delicious french bread. Sliced whole wheat bread is cool, too, but my little ones prefer the white, pillowy stuff.

A few weeks ago I took them to Subway and because they decided to fall head-over-heels with their subs, I’ve been making sort of subway-copycats at home. Here’s the evidence:

Spot ON, right?! Some shredded lettuce, tomato slices, deli meat, all the Sargento® cheese slices that I could find, and tah-dahm! They’re just easy Picnic Sandwiches that will make your picnic basket happy. They are quick to make, they are portable, easy to share , easy to eat, and totally customizable.

Alllllllso while we are on the topic of this: going to Kroger for your Sargento® Sliced Cheese on an empty stomach is smart! I stocked up on every.thing. Thank goodness we have two refrigerators. I bought out the whole cheese section. Plus their cereal aisle and all the french bread that I could find. I was hangry, but also, my 4-year old eats those cheese slices like there ain’t no tomorrow. Opens up the fridge drawer, gets the Sargento® bag and poof – cheese gone. Deli meats, too.

Equally important, for the reason that I have a 6-year old vegetarian (. ) – where does she get these things?! – I also make a straight up veggie sub just for her. For me, too, though. If you know me, then you know that I can deal without ham, but not without veggies and cheese. Besides, the convenience of Sargento® Sliced Cheese coming pre-sliced and ready to use makes prep-time simple and satisfying, whether they are meat-full or meat-less.

Bonus? Sargento® Cheese Slices are made from real, natural cheese and taste like they were cut from the block. Probably ’cause they were!

Tell me, are you hosting a picnic soon? If you are, you should totally make these picnic sandwiches for your kids, or for your friends, or friends of friends. In fact, just have a sandwiches party. Build your own sandwiches-party! That’d be fun!

To make that party more memorable, here’s a bunch of delicious sandwich recipes from Kroger.

4. Sweet picnic treats – essential for a Mother’s Day picnic menu!

Since I’m more of a chocolate girl and well, my husband isn’t a big baker, I’m not-so-subtly emailing him the super-easy recipe for Katharine Hepburn Brownies at Epicurious. My girls and I have made these fudgey brownies about a bajillion times and I’m always happy to smell them coming out of the oven.

If you’re looking for something light and springy as far as dessert for your Mother’s Day picnic, pucker up and get ready for the Best Lemon Bars from Well Plated. Bursting with lemon flavor, these gorgeous and mouthwatering bars make a perfect finale for a Mother’s Day picnic menu — and the perfect beginning to warm weather season.

Written by Jane Sweeney

Jane Sweeney is a California girl turned New Yorker. She has a professional culinary degree, cooked in New York City restaurants, and produces for Martha Stewart. Yet, she still thinks her hardest gig is cooking for her two ferocious-eating daughters.

Our Favourite Picnic Food Recipes That Are More Than Just Sandwiches

Picnic weather is on the horizon, we can practically feel it!

Picnic weather is on the horizon, we can practically feel it! Which means we're on the hunt for a range delicious picnic foods. We're talking Avocado Pesto Pasta, Greek Salad Skewers, BLT Sushi and more. You know, the type of recipes that take a matter of minutes to make, are easy to transport (we don't want any spillages) and taste top-notch while you're sat under the sun. So, if, like us, you're majorly excited for picnic season and want to blow your friends and family away with some tasty (and original) picnic foods, then take a look at our favourite recipes now.

Oh, and since you're already planning a picnic, make sure you check out our favourites Picnic Baskets, too.

We love this salad served on top of greens as much as we love it between two slices of Sourdough Bread. If you can't find a good ripe mango, pineapple would be delicious as well!

Fresh tortellini makes this the hearty appetiser of our dreams. If you're not a fan of olives, pepperoncini peppers would be a delicious substitute!

Lettuce wraps are the one of the best ways to eat healthy (and low carb). These wraps are stuffed with our new favourite twist on prawn salad: basil avocado.

We consider the BLT to be a major food group around here and that's why we've made just about every form of BLT we can think of (have you SEEN BLT Egglets??). Before you can say anything, we know these's aren't technically "sushi". It's just bacon rolled around some lettuce and tomatoes, but we love it and think it's super fun to call it sushi!

Peppa Pig Picnic Birthday Party

When planning my youngest’s 3rd birthday, it was a no-brainer to choose a Peppa Pig theme. She loves the show and her favorite outfit has Peppa on it.

After researching lots of Peppa Pig birthday party ideas, I came up with a picnic theme. Since her birthday is in March, we brought the outdoors indoors for the celebration!

When guests entered our home for the party, they were invited to try on a pair of rain boots for size to jump in muddy puddles.

I used inexpensive craft paper for the puddles and wrote, “We LOVE jumping in muddy puddles! Try on a pair for size and play with me!”

I created an inexpensive themed backdrop for just $4 using card stock and plastic tablecloths from the dollar store. You can make a big impact for just a few dollars with just a few snips of the scissors!

I used a tulle table skirt and vintage bunting to finish the table setting. I love the way the tulle kind of looks like a cloud amid the backdrop.

No picnic theme is complete without a picnic basket, so I added one to our centerpiece along with an old quilt and rain boots with some wild flowers.

We had muddy puddle cake – chocolate cake with chocolate icing – served with a cute wooden spoon.

Favors were bubbles and a pinwheel with a custom label, “It’s Pinwheelie Fun!” (Psst…download the free Peppa Pig printables here).

Guests also took home a Peppa Pig cookie, cut with my DIY custom cookie cutter.

Little guests were seated at place settings of faux grass mats, and served a simple lunch in berry baskets. I secured the napkins and tableware using candy bracelets.

The kids’ favorite detail of the party?

What is your favorite detail on this Peppa Pig Picnic birthday party? Please tell me in the comments below!

Be sure to check out more party inspiration on the blog, and follow along on Pinterest!

Berry Cream Fillo Basket Ingredients

  • 8 oz cool whip
  • 8 oz cream cheese
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 30 mini fillo baskets
  • 8 strawberries (sliced in quarters)
  • 30 blueberries

Combine the cool whip, cream cheese, vanilla and powdered sugar in a large mixing bowl.

Next, fill a pastry bag or large Ziploc bag with the cream cheese mixture.

Always easier with 2 hands, thanks Dad!

Next, pipe the cream into the fillo baskets.

Top each basket with a blueberry and one-quarter of a strawberry.

Refrigerate or serve immediately.

So cute, light and flavorful, these Berry Cream Fillo Baskets really are the perfect summer dessert!

Need a quick and easy dessert to take to a picnic, party or BBQ? These are perfect for that and will seriously impress your friends with how cute and delicious they are!

Looking for more delicious summer dessert recipes? You have to try these five favorites!

31 Picnic Food Ideas to Replace Those Boring Old Sandwiches

Jennifer is a full-time homesteader who started her journey in the foothills of North Carolina in 2010. Currently, she spends her days gardening, caring for her orchard and vineyard, raising chickens, ducks, goats, and bees. Jennifer is an avid canner who provides almost all food for her family needs. She enjoys working on DIY remodeling projects to bring beauty to her homestead in her spare times.

Picnic season is here! 31 thrilling picnic food ideas to replace those everpresent dull sandwiches.

Being able to get outside with your loved ones and enjoy a meal while making memories is pure fun. But let’s be honest, eating the same old peanut butter and jelly sandwich at every picnic isn’t very appealing.

I’ve found myself in a picnic rut lately. When we take our kids out on our boat, food is a must. But it can be hard to remain creative.

I turned to the internet for inspiration, have done my homework, and I’m ready for our next family picnic. I’m going to share some of the tasty picnic ideas I found on my search and hopefully send a little inspiration your way too.

Here are some fun picnic food ideas you and your kids are going to love:

1. No-Bake Mason Jar Blueberry Cheesecake

If you’re picnicking without dessert, you’re doing it all wrong. You must have a sweet snack hidden somewhere in the basket to put a perfect ending to the delicious meal you’ve packed.

You can have an easy and delicious dessert the whole family will love by creating this compact blueberry cheesecake which requires no baking and fits neatly in a mason jar.

2. Strawberry Brownie Skewers

Let’s all take a deep breath and prepare ourselves for the amazing flavor combination of strawberries and chocolate.

Oh yes! You get it all in this one elegant dessert which contains strawberries, chocolate, brownies, and marshmallows. Do you need to pack any other picnic food ideas?

3. Pizza Pasta Salad

I’m a huge fan of pasta salad. It contains a ton of flavors in one easy dish. If your kids love pizza and pasta, see if they’ll try the two wrapped in one recipe.

The pasta salad seems simple enough to make and is loaded with fresh ingredients. If your family loves pepperoni, cheese, peppers, and Italian dressing, this could be a winner.

4. Watermelon Sticks

Are you trying to keep yourself and your family on a healthier diet? Skip the dessert and pack fruit. Watermelon is a sweet option which will also keep you hydrated.

But don’t worry about it being difficult to serve in a picnic setting. Follow these instructions on cutting a watermelon into sticks. It becomes the perfect finger food.

5. Picnic Tomato Caprese Cups

Do you love a Caprese salad? Seem like too much to pack on a picnic? Not anymore! Instead, you can put the Caprese salad in a cup.

Caprese salad is a simple salad which consists of grape tomatoes, olive oil, mozzarella cheese, and fresh basil. A fresh salad is now fully portable and can be enjoyed anywhere you are.

6. Pull Apart Ham and Cheese Slider

Your kids love sandwiches, but you’re running out of varieties and everyone is getting bored. I have you covered.

Instead of traditional sandwiches, try these pull apart ham and cheese sliders. They’re smaller which make them excellent for small hands, but they pack a ton of flavor.

7. Strawberry Shortcake Kabobs

If you like strawberry shortcake, skip taking the plates on a picnic. Instead, make a compact version of it on a stick.

It’s a basic shortcake cut into squares and placed on a skewer with strawberries and candy icing. This is a treat the whole family will love.

8. Easy Apple Pie Bites

Did you know apple pie could come in bite-sized pieces? You can cut canned crescent rolls into triangles and fill them with sugar and spices.

Once the groundwork has been laid, add some pecans and a slice of apple in the middle. Wrap it up and bake it to have a miniature apple pie.

9. Salad on a Stick

Have you ever noticed everything is easier to eat on the run or in a different setting if it’s smaller and on a skewer?

Salad is no exception. If you’d like to enjoy a salad during your picnic, place the ingredients on a skewer and drizzle it with dressing.

10. Broccoli Cranberry Salad

There are some recipes and ingredients which scream, “Warm weather!” Broccoli salad is one of those recipes.

My mom makes this salad for every cookout and picnic we have as a larger group. It’s delicious and will certainly get you in the mood for a picnic and family time.

11. Mason Jar S’mores

When you go on a picnic, you must have dessert, but there isn’t a place to create every dessert you like. If your kids love S’mores, they’ll be over the moon to know you can make them before you ever leave home.

They can be packed neatly into a mason jar, and the kids can enjoy a S’more in a jar after lunch and without needing a place to roast marshmallows.

12. Greek Salad Skewers

Would you love to take something a little lighter and fresher when you go on a picnic? Is Greek salad a dish you love?

You can now pack this delicious Greek salad on a skewer. A bonus is it only takes four ingredients to make this dish.

13. Chicken Picnic Pie

Hand pies are awesome compact pies you can pick up and take with you anywhere you desire. Most hand pies are usually fruit filled.

In this case, it’s a savory chicken hand pie. It’s filling, delicious, and perfect for your next picnic. Leave the sandwiches at home and reach for this recipe instead.

14. Spinach Artichoke Hand Pies

While we’re on the topic of hand pies, here’s another version which would be perfect for picnic food ideas.

If you’re a vegetarian but love the idea of a savory dish on a picnic, ditch the meat and go with this spinach and artichoke filled hand pie.

15. Picnic Potato Salad

Do you love potato salad? Is it hard for you to take it to an outdoor event such as a picnic because of all the mayonnaise?

You no longer must leave your potato salad at home. Instead, use this mayo-free vinegar-based potato salad.

16. Salad in a Cup

Are you trying to remain healthy while picnicking with your kids? My hat goes off to you because it’s tough.

However, eating healthy at a picnic has become easier thanks to great picnic food ideas like this recipe. You can now pack your salad in a cup.

17. Brown Sugar Glazed Smokies

Your kids like hot dogs, but hot dogs are hard to pack on a picnic. Instead, you can use these smokies to fill the hot dog craving.

You can add more flavor for a tasty dish both children and adults will love. This could be a hit for the whole family so make plenty!

18. Breaded Italian Chicken Drumsticks

In times past, people would picnic frequently. They didn’t reach for the loaf of bread and peanut butter. Instead, they packed delicious homemade meals.

This drumstick recipe is an example of an old-fashioned picnic item. If your kids love drumsticks, make it for them and allow them to enjoy it when dining outside. Look at it as larger finger food.

19. Fruit in Waffle Cones

If you want a dish which will be fresh with a hint of sweetness but also remain kid-friendly, this would have them jumping for joy.

Fill waffle cones with fresh fruit everyone in your party loves, and you’ll have a winner.

20. Zucchini Picnic Muffins

Don’t assume because you’re on a picnic you can’t incorporate your garden. If you have an excess of zucchini, put it into this recipe.

These muffins contain eggs, cooked rice, cheese, bacon, and zucchini. Your kids will love them, and they’re healthy too.

21. Fresh Raspberry Buttermilk Muffins

Have you ever tried an early morning picnic? We do this quite frequently. When I take my kids out on our boat, we’ll stay out all day long.

Therefore, I must pack breakfast, lunch, and dinner. These muffins would make for an excellent breakfast item for a picnic earlier in the day.

22. Crispy Fried Chicken

As mentioned earlier, it’s okay to pack savory dishes for your picnic. Consider them more substantial finger foods and know your kids will enjoy each bite.

If your children love fried chicken, use this recipe to make a fantastic meal with crispy skin. It’s sure to become a family favorite.

23. Mac and Cheese Bites

Most kids love mac-and-cheese. If your kids love it, they’ll be excited to know it can now fit easily inside your picnic basket.

This mac-and-cheese is made and baked in smaller portions. From there, it’s turned into kid-friendly finger food.

24. Mini Cheese and Corn Quiche

This is one of the easiest picnic recipes you’ll probably make. The pastry shells are premade and stuffed with delicious ingredients.

You’ll add corn, cheese, water, and a few eggs to complete this amazing dish. It’s a great way to get your kids to eat a few extra vegetables too.

25. Italian Pressed Sandwiches

If you’re going to stick with sandwiches for picnic food ideas, let’s at least change things up a bit. Instead of a basic PB&J on white bread, let’s try this pressed Italian sandwich.

It looks delicious! It’s made with ciabatta bread, has a variety of meats, cheese, and is finished off with fresh herbs and spices.

26. Banana Bread Cookies

You’re looking for the perfect dessert for picnic food ideas, but you can’t decide between a dessert bread or cookies. Thanks to this recipe you no longer must make such a choice.

Now, you can incorporate banana bread and chocolate chip cookies. If your kids love both, you have a winner on your hands.

27. To Go Cold Cut Sandwiches

If you’re someone who prefers sandwiches over any other savory dish, or maybe you’re in a hurry and need a picnic idea quickly, this is it.

We’re heading on a picnic tomorrow, and this is what will be in our basket. Place cold cuts, cheese, and a sauce on Hawaiian rolls, and you have an amazing sandwich.

28. Mini Picnic Calzones

On the days my kids and I run errands, they like to get a treat for lunch. One of their favorite lunches is a calzone.

If your kids love calzones too, this will be a great picnic recipe to try out. They’re miniature handheld calzones stuffed with delicious ingredients.

29. PB&J on a Stick

If you have a picky eater and are trying to change their eating routine, you’d probably have an easier time bringing about world peace.

Instead of taking on the battle of the food, change the appearance of traditional picnic food. Put the PB&J on a skewer for easier packing and incorporate fresh fruit.

30. Dirt the Dessert

Kids love this dirt dessert. It was a favorite of mine when I was a little kid, and your kids will most likely love it too.

This dessert contains whipped cream, chocolate pudding, Oreo cookies, gummy worms, and milk. It looks fun and tastes delicious!

31. Walking Tacos

My kids love tacos. They’re some of the pickiest eaters on the planet, yet they’ll still indulge in tacos. Therefore, when I find a recipe I know they’ll eat, I run with it.

If you want to have tacos on the run, try putting all of your favorite taco fixings in a chip bag and enjoying with a fork.

You now have over 30 different recipes to amp up your picnicking game. Your kids will be surprised when they see all the picnic food ideas you have pulled together to make for a fun new experience when on a picnic.

Don’t feel rushed to try them all at once. Mix and match until you find the recipes your family loves! Good luck, and we hope you all enjoy making memories doing the simple things in life such as a picnic.


Warm weather, fresh flowers and much-needed sunshine are making a comeback&mdashand we're *so* ready for it.

Our fave way to welcome spring is by planning the *perfect* springtime picnic. Picnicking is the best way to get outside, hang with your besties and take the cutest pics. Here's our go-to guide for planning the most perfect, Insta-worthy picnic of the year.

Find the perfect spot

The key to planning the perfect picnic is finding the right spot. First, you should decide what vibes you're going for. Do you want a nice view of the sunset, or a spot looking over the city? If you don't want to adventure too far, you can also have a backyard picnic&mdashit's easily accessible, and you won't have to worry if you forget anything!

Our fave places to host Pinterest-perfect picnics are in botanical gardens, waterfront parks and spacious local parks (with plenty of green grass and sunshine!).

Plan and prep your food

There's no such thing as perfect picnic food, but your fave springtime meal *does* exist. Decide whether you want to go simple or get creative and if you want to have a full meal or stick to the snacks.

If you're super hungry, you can order to-go foods from your fave deli or restaurant. If you want to get creative, you can create the cutest cheese board, bake yummy cookies or mini-cakes and in-season fruits and veggies. (Tip: head to your local farmer's market for the freshest foods perfect for a picnic.)

Plan your outfits

If you're like us, then you'll definitely be turning your picnic into an IG-worthy photoshoot. We suggest planning your outfit ahead of time (especially with your location). For a picnic in the flower gardens, channel your inner cottagecore with a floral cotton mini skirt and a ruffled white top. For a picnic in the city, pair pastel plaid pants with a coordinating top for the perfect monochromatic color scheme.

Know *exactly* what to bring

After you've figured out what foods and drink you'll be bringing with you, you'll need to make sure you pack *all* the essentials. Here's our list for our perfect picnic must-haves:

- Picnic blanket or tablecloth

- Camera (for capturing all the mems)

Keep it simple

Our biggest tip for planning the perfect springtime picnic is to keep it simple. Wear whatever outfit inspires you (and matches the weather), bring your fave foods and make the best memories with your BFFs!

Show us your *perfect* springtime picnic on IG @girlslifemag!

Watch the video: We Just Love A Picnic - song about picnics - songs for kids (July 2022).


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