July 4th, Independence Day, Fourth of July… Whatever you call it, this American holiday represents the greatest Brexit of all time – when Americans fought in the Revolutionary War that won us our own country independent from Great Britain.
As you may know, this historic holiday is usually celebrated with beer, barbecue, and fireworks, all of which represent ‘Merica. Those are not the only ways to celebrate this fine country. If you plan on throwing a party, there are so many DIYs and food recipes that will make your July 4th party the best one of them all.
If you’re going to have a party, you better have the most American playlist out there. I’m talking about every song having ‘America’, ‘U.S.A’. or ‘Freedom’ in the name. I took the liberty of making a playlist on Spotify for you:
So you have music, but your party is far from being complete. The thing I absolutely love about themed parties is the decor. I’m talking about banners and backdrops and balloons. It’s pretty easy to decorate on a budget, especially if your decorations are DIY. This is when crafting comes in handy.
American Flag Mason Jars by Maison de Pax
Painted Lawn Stars by The Concrete Cottage
DIY American Flag Backdrop by Laughing Latte
DIY Star Spangled Confetti Balloons by Balloon Time
4th of July Pineapple Sparkler Centerpiece by Fruetcake
For more lovely decoration DIYs, visit Apartment Therapy. You can never have too much liberty.
The best thing about any get together is food. Luckily for you, I’ve provided you with ideas of all things red, white, and blue. There are so many different kinds of food that can excite anyone’s taste buds – sweet, savory, fruity. All of which go great with your star-spangled decorations!
White Chocolate Covered Popcorn and Chocolate Dipped Rice Crispie Treats by Life, Love and Sugar
Beer Cheese Chicken Pretzel Sliders by Buns In My Oven
4th of July Firecracker Dogs by Handmade In The Heartland
Cajun Shrip Guacamole Bites by Joyful Healthy Eats
America’s birthday is much more than decorations and food. The best way to celebrate the birth of our nation is under the stars with our loved ones, gazing at the fireworks exploding above.