Fourth of July Wedding Inspiration

Red, white, blue and a ton of American pride — that’s what makes a July 4th wedding truly spectacular. I envision a fun, casual celebration outdoors, finger lickin’ BBQ grub with all the fixin’s and sparklers or fireworks to top off the night.

Here are my top wedding decor accessories and favors to make your Independence Day festivities a true celebration to remember.

One Fourth of July wedding must-have is a fun cake with a playful topper just like Weddingstar’s honeymoon themed “A Kiss and We’re Off” figurine.

Add a little bit of romance and patriotic pride to your ceremony with the Heart Shaped Sand Ceremony Set complete with red, white & blue crystalline quartz sand.

Appies and guest favors in one? Yes please! Serve mini h’orderves on these adorable mini garden shovels that guests can take home at the end of the night. Decorate them with red or blue ribbon and a personalized tag.

These mini picnic baskets are great guest favors for backyard BBQ type Fourth of July celebrations. Here, they are packed with packaged cheese and crackers. So cute!

Also, have personalized printed napkins on hand — or these more standard “Mr & Mrs” napkins — to complete the look.

Red, white and blue mini gumball machines favors — need I say more?

Why not add paper plates and funky retro-style decor to the mix? It’s inexpensive with a totally unique look. Nix the food type favors and opt for a functional keepsake instead. This antique key favor is a key chain and bottle opener in one!

Serve popcorn to your guests later in the evening as you all sit down to watch the fireworks show.

Stars — a classic Independence Day staple. Decorate your tables with these sparkling star jewels or hang them over your heads during the ceremony for a true patriotic look.

Our Fourth of July Wedding Table — Get the Look

Round Paper Lanterns | French Whimsy Table Number | Mini Metal Watering Can Favors | Tube Stem with Crystal Stones Toasting Flutes | “Heart to Heart” Interlocking Salt & Pepper Shakers

Happy weddings, and a very happy Independence Day to all of our American friends out there!

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