With Independence Day right around the corner, now is the time to wrap up your plans and begin the celebrations.
Whether you’re having guests over, or simply celebrating at home (or your InTown Suite!) with the family, here are a few simple decor ideas to make sure you’re decked out in proper red, white, and blue style!
With a few paint brushes and a little bit of paint, even some of the most basic household items can be transformed into beautiful patriotic decorations perfect for the big day. Round up a few empty tin cans or glass jars, and start painting!
Opt for a traditional flag design, or even simple blue, white, and red stripes. The glass jars are perfect as tea light holders, and the tin cans are excellent holders for party essentials like utensils, sparklers, plants, and more.
Make your own simple decorations for the house with the help of only a few sheets of red, white, and blue construction paper.
Cut strips of each colored page, and start by forming a closed circle with one of the strips. Glue or tape it shut. Next loop another colored sheet of paper through the first circle, securing the second loop with tape or glue. Alternate colors, and continue until desired length is reached.
Multiple American flags are of course a 4th of July essential, but did you know how easy it is to spruce up the everyday flag into something with even more flair and style?
Try making inexpensive bunting swags. Search ‘DIY flag bunting’ on Pinterest and you’ll find some great resources and instructions – often times you’ll only need a few basic materials, like your flag, some string, and binder clips!
Garland is the perfect holiday decoration as there are so many affordable variations that are perfect for making with the whole family. Get creative and use what you have on hand! Here are a few ideas:
When it comes to meal time, make everyone’s spot at the table a little more patriotic with the help of festive cutlery and place settings. Try these simple ideas:
From all of your friends here at InTown Suites, have a safe and happy Fourth of July holiday!