4TH OF JULY PARTY IDEAS…

Here are our favorite top four decorated parties with tons of ideas for the 4th of July that are easy for you replicate. There’s something for everyone and budget, from vintage to modern. No matter what type of celebration you are planning you are sure to find a multitude of ideas — including game ideas and of course, ideas for your sweet dessert table, from these talented designers. Let’s get the party rolling!

{FIREWORKS TAILGATE CELEBRATION}
Love to watch the fireworks, but hate fighting the crowds to find a parking spot, and haul all your stuff to the park… Amy of Amy’s Party Ideas, got the solution, tailgate at your parking spot! Just park, open the back of the SUV (No SUV? No problem, just open a folding table), decorate, spread all the food out, and enjoyed the spectacular show!

Now that you have your 4th of July party food & drinks covered… Let’s have some fun! Jennifer of Hostess with the Mostess, crafted a homemade Ring Toss, Balloon Darts and Gunny Sack Race… and even made some “semi-diy” Award Ribbons using store-bought ribbons & party circles! You can download all of the printables you see for free here!


FOR GAMES:
– Gunny Sack Race: Decorate pillow cases and line the yard with ribbon + printable start and finish signs attached to mini cones.
– Ring Toss: Add pattern paper + party circles to old fashioned soda bottles. Place in wooden crate + set out rings.
– Balloon Darts: Cover a foam board with red and white stripe fabric. Blow up and pin blue balloons. Cover plastic darts with glitter ribbon and place in a red sand filled display jar.

RESOURCES:
– Party Design, Printables, Photography & Styling: Hostess with the Mostess
– Award Ribbons
– Wooden Crates

{JULY 4TH ON A BUDGET}
Nancy of A to Zebra Celebrations shows how to celebrate July 4th on a budget with style. Nancy used things around her house to set up the table. She used a 6-ft table with a white tablecloth and made simple table runners and napkins from fabrics bought at Goodwill. Nancy used a white beverage jar as the focal point of the table. She made her own pennant banners with scrapbook paper. Since desserts can be costly, she bought fruits in season… Hey, fruits are dessert too! For printables click here.