Take delight in the Lord, and He will give you your heart’s desires.
The holiday is finally here! I cherish each and every holiday, but the 4th of July has to be one of my favorites, placed right in the heart of summer. It’s always such a fun day filled with swimming, food, and fireworks! Because I love this day so much, I wanted to share an extra edition of Sally’s Pins featuring more patriotic ideas.
4th of July Wreath: This wreath would dress up any door. The texture and colors are exquisite.
[Subway Art] Fouth of July: I love the modern decoration of Subway Art. The color choice and font are a fun twist on the traditional patriotic colors.
Red Vines: Wanting to fill up your party table? These are an easy option, and they are tasty too.
White Chocolate Covered Strawberries: I adore anything made with white chocolate. These are almost too cute to eat!
Patriotic Pops: I haven’t ever dabbled in the making of cake pops, but for this cute table accent, I might have to give it a try.
4th of July Table Setting: This is such a great way to incorporate some flags into your decoration. It’s simple but gives height to the table.
Strawberry, Blueberry, and Banana Kabobs: It’s all about the sweet treats on the 4th of July, so it’s nice to throw in some refreshing fruit options too.
Independence Punch: Multiple colored drinks always blow my mind, especially when it comes to shots. This is a wonderful way to keep guest cool throughout the party.
4th of July Breakfast: I love holidays so much that I think it is best to celebrate them throughout the whole day…starting with the perfect breakfast.
Let Freedom Ring: The kids will go nuts for these! I love the use of the quote “let freedom ring.”
Berry Flag Pull-Apart Cake: When I think of patriotic food, flag cakes always comes to mind. A party should have a least one, so why not make this easy option.
Red, White, and Blue Garland: This garland is so cute it makes me smile. With easy step-by-step directions, I will have to try it out.
Patriotic Tin Can Windsock: The perfect decoration for an outdoor celebration. These would be so cute blowing in the wind.
Pop Rock Rimmed Cocktails: I could never come up with the idea to line glasses with Pop Rocks. Thank you Pinterest for sharing these great tips.
Red, White and Blue Raspberry Candy Bars: I love surprises, and I think these candy bars would definitely surprise the guests.
How are you celebrating the holiday?