Quick 4th of July Party Ideas

I find planning and carrying out a party can be time consuming and exhausting. I like parties simple to make it easy on myself, but also appealing for my guests. These Quick 4th of July Party Ideas are the answer to simple and appealing. There are so many fun and easy ideas. Use one or use them all to make your celebration extra special.

Quick 4th of July Party Ideas to make any celebration festive

Independence Day is my favorite holiday in-case you haven’t figured that out all ready. Like I’ve said before, color can make a huge difference. All of these items can be used for any holiday or celebration just by changing the colors.

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My kids have always loved waving flags at parades, so I wrote “take a flag to wave” on a little chalkboard wrapped in washi tape to display on a table. It can be a patriotic centerpiece or sit it on a table near the door.

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The chalkboard labels were easy to make festive by wrapping red and blue washi tape around the sticks. I used a chalkboard marker to label the food choices for our 4th of July celebration.

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I like covered drinking cups, especially outside. They were quick and easy to make using cupcake liners. Just place the liner over the opening and screw the ring back on, make a hole for the straw by cutting a small x with a knife. I also love these drinking cups because they have a handle making it easy for kids to hold on to.

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I wanted to make the utensils easy for everyone to grab so I wrapped the utensils in a napkin and made a felt napkin ring to hold everything together. I glued the ends of the felt piece together on the back then glued a confetti star to the front.

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We have a lot of mosquitoes where I live so citronella candles come in handy if you want to spend time outside after dusk. Why not make the tea lights festive by wrapping washi tape around them? They’re so pretty!

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Everyone needs a little treat while watching fireworks. These pillow boxes are perfect for holding little treats. I added stars I cut with my Cricut to the front and tied them on with bakers twine. Add a name card and they would also be perfect place holders for dinner.

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Here are more party ideas that are also very quick and easy. Are you making any special party decorations for the 4th of July? You still have plenty of time.

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{ 5 comments… add one }
  • Laura Ingalls Gunn July 3, 2013, 6:14 am

    You clever and crafty gal!

    I adore the mason jar cupcake liner lids!

    Happy 4th of July!
    Laura Ingalls Gunn recently posted..Yankee Doodle Dandy Blouse

  • Holly N. July 3, 2013, 8:42 am

    I love all the decorations! Where do you get the blue mason jars from?

  • M July 3, 2013, 9:24 am

    Michaels sells a 6 pack of blue mason jars, and I’ve also seen them at Target.
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  • Jeanine July 3, 2013, 10:29 am

    You are too cute for words! I love your decortions for the 4th. You make my day. 🙂

  • Joyce July 3, 2013, 10:22 pm

    cupcake liners!! genius!
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