The 4th of July is on its way, which means so is plenty of celebrating. One of the best ways to get into the spirit is by filling the atmosphere with decor that is inspired by the holiday. Red, white and blue is obviously a very important element of 4th of July decor, but there are so many other fun ideas to incorporate. From the front porch to table settings, you can infuse the spirit of Independence Day into your gatherings with creativity and style. Here are ten 4th of July decor ideas to inspire you.
Layered rosettes in patriotic colors make the perfect wall art above a buffet table for the holiday and are easy to make. (Tutorial)
A white slip-cover and a few red and blue accents can turn everyday seating into a patriotic arrangement.
These buckets are perfect for holding drinks, snacks, and fun items such as sparklers for guests to grab at their leisure. You could easily turn them into a DIY project by painting holiday-related words or phrases on the sides.
Create simple DIY candles with red beads, white or blue candles, and little stars for placeholders or a centerpiece.
For an outdoor party, take advantage of the trees to hang patriotic decorations. Inexpensive accents for a table can include red, white, and clear accessories.
This front porch embraces Independence Day with its red, white and blue color scheme that is cheerful and inviting.
Each guests gets their own holiday bucket that will make them excited for the day’s activities. You can make each spot extra special by adding their name to the pales.
Simple can be beautiful, as seen here with a subdued color palette and fun pinwheels being the only vibrant pop of color on the tablescape.
Mini American flags are an affordable and easy decoration to add to a 4th of July party. This table has a rustic feel with an extra pop of color in the sunflowers.
Those adorable red and white striped star plates are definitely the “stars” of this table. A simple centerpiece flows well with the table that is full of style and charm.
There are so many fun ideas out there for 4th of July decorations. Be creative and you can’t go wrong!