A Red, White, and Blue Fourth of July Party
Check out these patriotic paper decor ideas for your Fourth of July party, as well as a couple sweet red, white, and blue treats.
Give Uncle Sam a party to be proud of! We’ve got some clever patriotic paper decor ideas for your Fourth of July party, as well as a couple sweet red, white, and blue treats. With these simple recipes and fun decor ideas, you just know you’ll have your guests singing, ‘Oh Say Can You See...’ this was a fantastic party!!
Confetti Cupcake Toppers
Nothing says ‘fun’ like a themed cupcake. For your upcoming Fourth of July party, use this step-by-step guide to making your own confetti cupcake toppers. The red, white, and blue confetti really gives these cupcakes a festive and patriotic feel.
DIY Patriotic Piñata
If you want an activity that both adults and kids can get competitive over, look no further than the fun challenge of smacking down a festive piñata. Check out these straightforward instructions to creating your own.
Red, White, and Blue Wall Decoration
Striped wrapping paper is the basis for this simple craft that creates a very stunning backdrop or table decor for your Fourth of July party buffet table.
Patriotic Painted Tableware
Set the table in decor that would make our Founding Fathers proud. You can make your own patriotic painted tableware by using a base of simple plain white paper plates, and your own creativity!
Patriotic Floral Centerpiece
Make a stunning red, white, and blue centerpiece perfect for setting the patriotic scene at your Fourth of July BBQ or evening party. All you need is scrap book paper, glass jars, and some nice blooms!
Rice Krispy Treat Star Pops
Delicious homemade patriotic rice krispy treats can be the perfect snack to serve at your summer party. Everything in life is better when you add a little white chocolate and colored sprinkles on top!
Layered Red, White, and Blue Pudding Cups
Each delicious pudding cup is layered with cool vanilla pudding and fresh strawberries and blueberries. These patriotic sweet treats are the perfect size to pass out at your Fourth of July party.
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