July 4th BBQ’s and celebrations are just around the corner and so is the search for fun July 4th patriotic decor inspiration and ideas. Whether you are looking for decorative touches to add to picnic style lunch, ideas for hosting a grand backyard BBQ, or patriotic nautical twist for a celebration at a beach or lake house, our featured bloggers shared amazing ideas. Earlier this morning, July 4th decor ideas was a trending topic on Pinterest.
Around my home, with July 4th weekend just eleven days away, we are hosting a unique celebration that combines July 4th and Summer Solstice celebrations. Summer Solstice is when we have 24 hours of daylight here in Alaska and it’s a big time of festivities for all. Of course, I will share all the details with you very soon.
Are you feeling in the mood for a little Vintage Patriotic Decor?
Brandy from Gluesticks Blog didn’t forget one detail in her darling County Fair inspired July 4th bash.
From serving ideas to traditional food displays, she added thoughtful vintage Americana touches to every aspect of this party.
Looking for ways to add small hand-crafted patriotic touches to your home?
Claire from Pillar Box Blue made this charming bunting aka patriotic bunting using a pair of old jeans and beautiful scraps of ribbon.
She shared a full tutorial for her DIY Patriotic Bunting.
Maybe you are you hosting a BBQ on a lake?
Check out this red, white, and blue nautical themed party idea! So cute!
Cristina from Birds Party is a party planner. She has a variety of party ideas on her blog.
If you have a lake house and will be doing some boating this 4th of July weekend, Cristina’s Preppy Nautical Party post has some great ideas for combining both themes. She also has a clickable button that will take you directly over to all her patriotic party ideas. Good stuff!
Back to tradition- Tea Stained American Flag Bunting Decor
She takes a simple approach to her July 4th decor and uses flags popped into flower pots around her darling little red cottage. This is a fantastic post for those who prefer tradition and less is more approach to decorating.
Here is my romantic country take on styling a patriotic table setting from last year.
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