Easy 4th of July Table Decor & Centerpiece Idea!
Get inspired for Fourth of July with this easy table decor and centerpiece idea!
4th of July Table Decor with free printable flags and centerpiece idea!
Ice chests, sunscreen, and fire crackers are telltale signs that it’s 4th of July!! This year I want to give you some inspiration for decorating your table for the 4th of July.
This easy 4th of July tablescape is made patriotic with free printable flags. These flags have a bit of a vintage feel to them with deep colors and can be used for so many things!
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I really wanted to create 4th of July decorations that were patriotic, yet tasteful. I think that by combing deep navy and deep red colors, you can create a beautiful spread that is patriotic without picking up anything from the party supply store!
I layered blue and white plates on my table. I love the natural finish of these plates, which are great for parties because they are durable and add a fun pop of color!
Going with navy or red check napkins is an easy way to add a patriotic touch! I love these linen check napkins from my shop, they have become some of my favorite everyday items. They continue to get softer with each wash!
Some shy away from linen napkins because of the added work involved with washing them, but to me, linen napkins are a wonderful touch that is worth the effort.
I love placing candles into small glasses or mason jars. They are easily secured into place with small rocks or pebbles. If you are near a beach, sand will work too! This adds an organic element to the table that is really unique and beautiful!
To finish things off, I made little flags for my table. You can download this free printable to make your own too!
I used some leftover 4th of July DIY cocktail stir sticks to serve as the base of my flags, and then secured it together with glue dots. This was so quick and easy, and they are the perfect touch! You could even have the kiddos put these together for you!
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For my centerpiece, I put together a quick arrangement of greenery with a few sprigs of white flowers, then made it patriotic with flags! This was an inexpensive and quick centerpiece, and I love the way the greenery drapes onto the table.
I hope that you enjoyed this inspiration for 4th of July, thank you so much for stopping by! If you’d like more table decorating and Fourth of July party ideas, scroll down and visit my friends’ blogs. They are each so talented and always share the most beautiful ideas, I think you will love meeting them!
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