If you’re familiar with the great outdoors, or you know, just your backyard (which is great in its own right!) you’re aware of just how much lighting comes in handy. Seriously! It’s downright near impossible to do something without proper lighting when outdoors! Now, you can call me picky but I’m not too keen on the long unsightly wires that make it possible to light up my nights! So what do I do? I go solar, of course! Check out these outdoor solar lights for your next backyard barbecue, campout, or pool party. They’re perfect for summer!
Every patio needs a string of lights like these across it! It lights up your dance floor or dinner table, and your guests will appreciate it! A few strings of lights can keep the party going all night long. amazon.com/…feet/dp/B06WWG7LHS/ref=sr_1_6
Keep your yard pathways lit with decorative sconces that stick into your lawn. The walkways were the most difficult for me to light without ugly chords, but these absolutely made it possible.
Now, I’m not exactly sure what kind of party these solar tube lights were made for, but I’m sure they’d look killer at your next get-together. Seriously, I think they’re so radical!
Keep your outdoor tables lit with solar-powered color-changing centerpieces. Control the coloring of the lights and the spacing with an app on your phone!
Create the illusion of just about any weather event with these hanging solar lights. Create the look of rain, snow, or even hanging icicles; it’s all about the season of your event. Such a great idea for a wedding and everything is solar powered!
Another great option for your tabletops, or even hanging from a corner of your porch. These mason jar lanterns will charge, and light themselves, giving neighbors (and burglars?) the illusion that someone is always home!
Speaking of home security, you can really keep those dark corners by the garbage cans lit up with a few of these solar powered motion sensor lights.
These look like Tiki torches but don’t require any harsh chemicals to keep burning because they are completely solar powered. Now, what will we do to keep the mosquitoes away? $79.99/Amazon
All of my outdoor solar lights were from Amazon, but you can access them directly by clicking on one of the highlighted links (I may be compensated!)