The Perfect At-Home 4th of July Party
It’s about time to start planning your 4th of July party! And if we know anything, it’s that your color scheme is already picked out. But besides the standard red, white and blue pennant banner, we’ve got a few other ideas on how to make this year’s party one for the Pinterest boards.
Patriotic Punch. It is your patriotic duty to make everything at your party red, white and blue – including the drinks. To make that a little easier, you can cross off the whole color scheme with this one delicious punch.
Table Setting. It’s the details that are going to help make your party the envy of the block. Give your table a little extra flair with this stylish plan for creating bamboo table runner inspired by the stars and stripes.
Say (American) Cheese! Creating your own home photo booth is a cinch! Hang up a white sheet as a backdrop, set up a camera on a tripod and find some fun props! Balloons, hats and flags will be popular – and for more options, here are some printable Independence Day props.
Balloon Dart Game. Children and adults alike will get a kick out of this cute and fun DIY game. Put treats inside the balloons as a reward for hitting them with the darts. It only takes about an hour to set up the whole thing. Find the plan here.
Grill Out. What’s a 4th of July party without some meat on the grill? Bring something new to the table with fun recipes like this burger patty made from half beef, half ground bacon or these adorable firecracker hot dogs!
Dessert? Why not cap off the party with a cake decorated like Old Glory herself? Fitting and filling, you’ll need chocolate cake, cream cheese frosting and juicy raspberries and blueberries. Yum!
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