Source: 36th Avenue
Free Patriotic Fonts
If you are having a party this year and would like to use some Patriotic Fonts you can go to the 36th Avenue and download your own fonts to use for your own super cute invitations!
How Glorious would it be to wake up to these beautiful pancakes on the morning of the 4th?!?
And yes, they are red velvet pancakes!! Go to I am baker for the recipe.
Source: I am baker
At every parade you need some parade wands so you can wave to the people in the parade. Aren’t these precious and so easy to make.
Source: Eighteen 25
What a fun and inexpensive way to serve snacks at your 4th of July party! I love them!
These cupcakes toppers are not only festive for cupcakes but you could stick them into almost anything with toothpicks.
Source: Paper and Pigtails
Source: The Sisters Cafe
Red, White, & Blue Parfaits
Red, White, & Blue Chocolate covered pretzels
Serve a red beverage with blue pop rocks along the rim of the glass. This drink will take every one of us back to our childhood on this 4th of July!! Pop! Pop!!
End the night with sparklers and fireworks of course!! I love the way Celebrate Magazine grouped these sparklers together using the free printable that you can get on their website. And stuck them in a bucket of sand. Really festive!
If you will be celebrating with small children and you feel sparklers are too dangerous then these will be a little safer, but still really cute and festive. You can go to the idea room for your free printable.