Celebrate the stars and stripes and find table inspiration for the Fourth of July. You’ll find patriotic table ideas with tips to create centerpieces using a watermelon vase, a picnic tin, lanterns, a galvanized tray, party treats pails and more for your Star-Spangled celebration!
The week of June 14th is designated as “National Flag Week”,
a week-long observance celebrating the creation of the United States Flag.
June 14th, Flag Day, commemorates the adoption of the U.S. flag,
paying tribute to the banner that waves above us all.
Old Glory’s official history dates back to June 14, 1777,
when the Second Continental Congress passed a resolution
establishing America’s banner.
The U.S. flag has gone through an evolution of 26 changes before it became the iconic symbol
that it is today, proudly flying with 13 stripes and 50 stars,
to represent the original 13 colonies and all 50 states.
Americans are encouraged to observe National Flag Week by displaying the flag,
so I’m waving the flag and sharing some patriotic table inspiration
for your Star-Spangled celebration!
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Setting sail into summer with some nautical fun on the dock and celebrating the red, white and blue.
Fill a red truck with flowers, ribbon and flags to lead a patriotic parade down the middle of your table!
This whimsical centerpiece comes together in less than 30 minutes.
On the porch with transferware and stars and stripes napkins, pleated and swagged to mimic patriotic bunting.
Party treat pails and patriotic tablescape for Independence Day with recipes for a Star-Spangled celebration
A lakeside table with Staffordshire Liberty Blue
Watermelon vase centerpiece tutorial and alfresco table
Red, white and blooming transferware and alfresco table
Create and easy centerpiece using a metal picnic tin
Birdcage centerpiece with table inspiration from Long May She Wave
Lanterns, flags and napkins are folded with pockets to hold flatware
Patriotic tree and table on the porch with an easy centerpiece using a galvanized tiered server
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Long May She Wave!