Red, White and Blooms 4th of July Table
Don’t you just LOVE summertime?!
I am savoring the beautiful sunny days and family gatherings!
The 4th of July is always a special time of celebration for me. It was right around 4th of July, 1975, that I met my husband, that sure produced some FIREWORKS ?!!!
I also love that we get to celebrate Independence Day in this beautiful land of America. Our freedom has been fought for ferociously and this is a time that I choose to remember all those who came before us, those who fought, those who lost it all, in order for this country to be established! I thank God for those people and that I get to live in this great country called AMERICA, Land of the Free, Home of the Brave!
You know how I LOVE to create a pretty table and don’t really need an excuse, but with 4th of July here, how could I resist dreaming up a Pretty & Patriotic Tablescape for you!
MY RED, WHITE & BLOOMS 4th of JULY TABLESCAPE
The first thing I did was cover the table in this pretty red & ivory toile fabric that I’ve had for years. I have a closet brimming with fabrics and table linens for just about any occasion!
These beautiful red, white & blue plates caught my eye at, of all places, Walmart! They are part of The Pioneer Woman collection. I love that they have the pretty roses on them in a softer red that could almost pass as PINK! (You know I’m a through and through PINK girl, right?!)
I was also able to score a nice assortment of table décor for not a lot of moola!
The flag fans, sparklers, pinwheels and silk roses were fun finds! The flowers are from a local grocery store.
I found some beautiful pressed glass goblets in a lovely shade of red, they’re not vintage but they sure look it! They look fabulous with the plates! The straws were another fun find.
Did you see the fun, sort of star burst placemat underneath the plates?! Those were an Amazon find! I love how they kind of remind me of fireworks and they repeat part of the pattern on the goblets!
I hope this Red, White & Blooms Tablescape has inspired you to do something FUN for your 4th of July celebration, even if it’s only for YOU!
My next post will be a K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Sweetie) 4th of July Buffet Set Up… watch for that post in the next day or two!
Happy Independence Day!
Remember… Every day is a day to CELEBRATE!