4th of July Flowers – Red, White and Blue Decorating Inspiration
Celebrating the 4th of July with family and friends is a great American tradition that many of us do every year.
Whether it’s a backyard barbeque, pool party, picnic or even a tailgate party, here are some easy and inexpensive ways you can use flowers to create the perfect finishing touch.
This video will show you how to turn your July 4th decorations into party favors with just a few simple steps. Pottery Barn Style Expert Nico De Swert reveals some easy and affordable party planning tips using carnations. Watch and see.
All finished! I’m hoping you enjoyed the video. 🙂
If you need a little more inspiration, be sure to check out the articles below.
Pinterest is a great resource for party-planning and decorating.
Do a quick search on Pinterest for red, white and blue flowers and you will find a treasure trove of ideas, like the examples found on this board.
First, you need the perfect ingredients. Choose flowers in patriotic colors. Red: Roses, hypericum berries and tulips; White: Queen Anne’s lace, gladiola and tulips; Blue: Delphinium, hydrangeas and thistle …
Hoorah! It’s “officially” summer today and that means 4th of July is right around the corner. It’s time to decorate with the good ‘ol red, white, & blue.
Here’s a simple and inexpensive idea you can use almost anywhere and by using different colors, for almost any occasion as well …
And while we’re on the subject…
Almost all of the red, white, and blue flowers used in these arrangements can readily be purchased from a local florist or other floral outlet.
One other bit of advice, if I may. If you do plan on using silk flowers, I usually recommend mixing in fresh greens whenever possible, as it will help to make your arrangements appear more life-like.
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