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5 Inspirational Table Settings for Your 4th of July Party


This 4th of July party you can wow your guests with a memorable place setting that draws inspiration from festive fireworks or rustic Americana. If you’re sticking with an easy clean up and using paper plates and cups, mix up patterns to give the setting a little extra kick. Spice up the patriotic red, white and blue by adding in splashes of yellow like lemonade and flowers. Throw the party of the year starting with tips from these 5 Inspirational Table Settings for Your 4th of July Party…
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  • Whose Broad Stripes and Bright Stars 1 of 5
    Whose Broad Stripes and Bright Stars
    Use a nylon American flag for a patriotic table runner.
    Find out more at HGTV.
  • Mix it Up 2 of 5
    Mix it Up
    Don't be afraid to throw in stripes and polka dots, it will just add to the fun and you'll see it come together beautifully.
    Find out more at Better Homes and Gardens.
  • Americana 3 of 5
    Americana
    A very simple setting on a wood table gives the dinner a wonderfully rustic look.
    Find out more at Jenny Steffens.
  • Fireworks on the 4th 4 of 5
    Fireworks on the 4th
    Be inspired by brightly colored fireworks when decorating your table.
    Find out more at Martha Stewart.
  • Star-Spangled Banner 5 of 5
    Star-Spangled Banner
    American Flags make a stronger impression when they are clustered together in a jar. Afterwards, let your guests take one home with them.
    Find out more at Making it Lovely.

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