Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Fourth Of July table decorations

I love decorating for the Fourth Of July. 
To me it is one of the easiest holidays to decorate for.
I do not go all out. In fact I usually just re-use my flags year after year, sticking them in pots, flower beds, and vases.

For your Fourth Of July table decorations this year, look to using things you already have like blue or red napkins or white dishes. Then add in pops of red, white, and blue with flags, and fresh flowers. White or blue hydrangeas would be beautiful. 



I just made this Pottery Barn inspired sign. You might remember reading about how to make your own here. 
It was really simple and I think it is fun in this spot for summer. 

I clipped some branches off my mock orange bush for the centerpiece. These are so fragrant and it will make your entire space smell heavenly! One of my favorite plants.

I simply added a few flags to the vase for some festive color.



I used mason jars for drinking glasses for a casual feel. I placed my white dishes on galvanized charger plates and put my homemade citronella candle in a galvanized tray to tie it all together. 



I used grain sack napkins with a navy stripe, and then tied up the silverware bundles using this striped ribbon.


I added blue pillows to the head chairs to bring in even more color.



To blend in the rest of the deck decor with the table, I simply added more flags to the potted plants.




And another seating area I simply added more blue pillows to the chairs.


I also got a fun new umbrella that I love!




Do you decorate for the Fourth Of July or go minimal like us?

Sprucing up your deck for the summer months can be so much fun, and with a little inspiration and some elbow grease, your deck will be the space you want to spend all your time!




Today I'm joined by over 20 of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their outdoor spaces with you...







xoxo


1 comment:

Dannyelle said...

Such a pretty table. Happy celebrating!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...