8 Amazing Ideas For Your 4th of July Party

fourth of july fruit pops

The Fourth of July is one of my all-time favorite holidays. Any day that is dedicated to freedom, good food, and fireworks is alright in my book. Here are some ideas inspiring my next fourth party.

  • Bandana Mason Jars 1 of 8
    Bandana Mason Jars
    Fill mason jars for your guests to drink out of with all-american bandanas for napkins and silverware. It's a tidy and patriotic way to get everyone what they need.
    See more at A Soft Place
  • Lawn Stars 2 of 8
    Lawn Stars
    Create lawn stars with some white flour and a stencil. This would look so great along a path or by the food or drinks.
    Get the tutorial at Sunset Magazine
  • Patriotic Cans 3 of 8
    Patriotic Cans
    Use recycled cans and americana-themed paper to create awesome vessels for your party. Fill cans with fresh cut flowers and snacks for guests!
    Get the tutorial at Martha Stewart
  • Red, White, and Blue 4 of 8
    Red, White, and Blue
    Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best. I love how gorgeous these red, white, and blue streamers look mixed with the cafe lights.
    See more at Style me Pretty
  • Fruit Pops 5 of 8
    Fruit Pops
    Food becomes party decor with these adorable fruit pops. Simply layer apples, watermelon, and blueberries on a fun, striped straw.
    See the full how-to at Bakers Royale
  • Star Sparklers 6 of 8
    Star Sparklers
    These beautiful star sparklers would make a great cupcake topper. Once the sun goes down light them for a beautiful display!
    Get them at Cocodot
  • Sparklers and Matches 7 of 8
    Sparklers and Matches
    Wrap up matches and sparklers in decorative paper and pretty print-outs. These everyday objects will become eye-catching details.
    See more at Hostess with the Mostess
  • Simple Flag Centerpieces 8 of 8
    Simple Flag Centerpieces
    Artfully arrange flags in a vase to create simple and classic centerpieces. Timeless and effortless decor.
    Get the tutorial at One Charming Party

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