The 4th of July is great day to celebrate with family and friends!
Show your American Pride — Fly the Flag and Bring out the Red, White and Blue!
New! Show your Patriotism Every Day
★ Patriotic Invitations
★ Patriotic Flower Arrangements and Centerpieces
Whether you are hosting a get together or attending one, celebrate the spirit of freedom with a bouquet of red, white and blue!
This is so frustrating — we must apologize – we cannot keep up with the constantly changing floral links so rather than continue to send you to places that no longer exist, we have decided to just post pictures for inspiration and recommend you check out the current selection at our “go to” florists!
★ Patriotic Mylar Centerpieces
For an affordable yet festive centerpiece, combine mylar centerpieces with balloons, stuffed animals, or fresh picked garden flowers.
Prefer simplicity? Line three custom labeled Jones Soda bottles down the center of your table. Add just a few red, white and blue flowers in each.
★ Patriotic Place Cards
.★ Patriotic Napkin Rings
Use this American Flag key ring as a napkin ring or red, white and/or blue rings. They need not match.
★ Patriotic Candles
Most venues supply tea-lights and holders but if yours does not, consider purchasing some. The play of light makes a difference. Place at least three on each table
★ Create a Patriotic Feel at Home
★ Patriotic Paper Goods
★ Patriotic Party Decorations & Props
★Food for the 4th of July
★ Patriotic Party Fun & Games
Carnival Game – Float ducks in a beverage tub. Take a black sharpie and mark WIN on bottom of a few ducks for chance to win a prize.
Wow >> we just found another handful of patriotic games. Although not printable, we can easily envision pulling them out year after year for our Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day parties.
★ Patriotic Printable Games
Yes, we found even more printable games for your patriotic parties, including patriotic baby showers!
Costumes and accessories are a great way to seamlessly add a fun element of entertainment to your patriotic celebration.
★ Display the American Flag
And most importantly, don’t forget to display your America Flag. If you don’t yet own an American Flag, order one today to ensure its arrival prior to July 4th.…
Be sure to check out Karen Springen's article on Family Goes Strong
Our 2 favorite ideas from the article …
Do a patriotic good deed. Help de-litter your local park or seashore. “I believe my children will remember how they helped do things that are good for others, like clean up the beach, more than just watching the parade and fireworks,” says Wendy Griffiths, who this weekend plans to take her three daughters out with a garbage bag.
Hold a red, white and blue water balloon fight. Buy a few packages of water balloons and pick out the red, white and blue ones. Save the others for another day.