Play some beach music at your clambake party. This could include ocean soundtracks if your clambake is not at a beach.
Some clambake party favors you could give out include seashell necklaces and mardi gras beads with lobster charms.
Consider playing beach style games at you clambake, such as volleyball, beach ball catch, and Frisbee.
Some beach activities for a clambake party include sandcastle building and swimming.
Clambake Party Decor
Clambake decorations usually have a nautical theme, which could include buoys, anchors, fish, oars, and shells.
Invite people to your clambake with clam shaped invitations or with invitations that have an ocean animal theme.
Clambake Party Signs
You might want to put up some signs around the pit that you are cooking the food in, so guests do not get too close to it unknowingly.
Clambake Party Foods
Serve a variety of seafood such as clams and lobster. Provide lemon, butter, salt, and pepper for guests to flavor their seafood.
If your clambake is in the evening consider using some tiki torches, candles, or ocean themed strings of lights for lighting.
Some clambake party ideas for balloons include ones shaped like shells or lobsters or have an ocean themed image on them.
Clambake Party Location
Traditionally clambakes are held on a beach in New England, but you could have it on another beach or do it as a backyard barbeque.
Some colors to use for your clambake party include blue and white.
The traditional way of cooking the food for a clambake in a pit with hot stones dates back to how New England Native Americans cooked seafood. Why not host a Clambake this month and bring together your friends and family for a delicious tradition? You can bring the beach to your backyard by decorating the tables with seashells and hang nets from the ceiling (or trees) filled with plastic fish, crabs and starfish. Don't forget red and white checkered tablecloths to complete the look.