Fourth of July Party Ideas

Is it summer yet? According to the calender, no. BUT if sure feels like it. If your into all things patriotic then your’re going to love this beautiful outdoor party shot at the homeowners of Rafterhouse here in Phoenix and put together by me and a talented team of bloggers! It was a wonderful setting for an All-American get together!   Fourth of July Party Ideas-19To get the party started, use a color scheme of  navy, reds and whites.  I used these adorable ikat napkins for the blue and paired them with a classic white plate with a natural seagrass charger. If your budget doesn’t allow for an all new tablescape make sure you grab what you have around the house! You’ll be surprised of how patriotic you really are! Topped with a bucket of cherries, these table settings are a simple way to tie in the color scheme.Fourth of July Party Ideas-5Fourth of July Party Ideas-21 Fourth of July Party Ideas-39 Fourth of July Party Ideas-34No party is complete with out a delicious menu. BBQ sandwiches, watermelon salad and corn on the cob are just some of the recipes that make up this adult and kid-friendly menu. The talented BakedbyJoanna put together and amazing spread!  Easy Fourth of July Party IdeasIncluding the classic Cherry pie in a bite size portion!  Fourth of July Party Ideas-28 Fourth of July Party Ideas-40For a the most Americana atmosphere, get out your tools and make this rustic American flag for your mantel or backyard decor. Dream Book Design makes this flag with the most unexpected materials!!!! Your’re gonna love it!  Fourth of July Party Ideas-51Entertain your guest by loading up all your sweets on this bar cart all dressed up with and adorable banner from A Night Owl!  Add some blankets and pillows underneath for watching those fireworks under the stars!  Fourth of July Party Ideas-35 Fourth of July Party Ideas-49 Fourth of July Party Ideas-47

Smores to Go recipe here
Fourth of July Party Ideas-48Kid and adults can take it easy with these causal wardrobe. Red, white and blue make even the littlest ones excited for Independence day! Salt and Pepper Moms gives us budget friendly 

Fourth of July Party Ideas-44 Fourth of July Party Ideas-45 For more about the location and projects in this shoot look at the links below!

 Location:  Rafterhouse Stylist and Photographer: Just Destiny Mag DIY Specialist (DIY Flag and Painted Glass Candles): DreamBookDesign Craft Expert (Paper Details and Banners) A Night Owl Blog Fashion Stylist (Outfits and Clothing options used in the shoot) Salt and Pepper Moms Food Stylist and Recipes : Baked By Joanna 

Make sure you check back often for sources and more details about this shoot this month! 

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Destiny is the founder of Just Destiny Mag, an online publication that focuses on home living and lifestyle. She is a native of the beautiful state of Arizona where she raises her beautiful children right along side with Mr.Right. She believes her destiny is so related with everything beautiful and that those beautiful things can come in experiences, food, fashion, family, photography and laughter to make a beautiful life!

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6 Comments on Fourth of July Party Ideas

  1. Andrea Worley
    May 26, 2014 at 10:10 am (3 months ago)

    Beautiful job! Everything is just so pretty, and I love a good patriotic party! The food looks delish!

    Reply
    • Destiny
      May 27, 2014 at 8:42 am (3 months ago)

      Thanks Andrea! Can’t wait to do something again soon with you! xoxo

      Reply
    • Destiny
      May 27, 2014 at 8:41 am (3 months ago)

      Thanks love! We should do something soon! xoxo

      Reply
  2. Brandi
    May 27, 2014 at 5:22 am (3 months ago)

    Just beautiful, Destiny! Everything looks amazing. You are so talented.

    Reply
    • Destiny
      May 27, 2014 at 8:41 am (3 months ago)

      You are so encouraging Brandy! I love reading your comments! You’re the best!! xoxo

      Reply

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