How To Set a Beautiful Fourth of July Table
I’m so glad that you are here. I am so excited to share my Fourth of July Table setting with you today. If you have been following me lately, you know how much I love the Fourth of July. It’s one of my favorite days of the entire year. I love the traditions that we do as a family. Sharing a meal together is also one of my favorite things to do as a family-that always inspires me to set a beautiful table.
I really like this tablescape. I love the mix of the refined and casual. I also really like the chinoiserie in a patriotic setting.
I love decorating with flags, I have then all over the house this time of year, at last count it was around 100 of them. See the Fourth of July Patio decor post here.
I used a red charger, topped with a white dinner plate and salad plate of my everday dishes. Then a beautiful blue and white patterned plate to top it off. I couldn’t for the life of me find the exact plates that I used, but these plates would look great. I wrapped a red, white and blue ribbon around red cloth napkins and stuck in two American flags.
Here is a good tip for keeping your flags upright in a vase. I create a grid across the top of the vase with scotch tape. You don’t see the tape at all, but it holds the flags in place.
I bought my flowers at the local grocery store. Sometimes, I think that the lack of variety of flowers at the grocery store actually forces you to be more creative. I used white Hydrangea, blue Delphonium, red Ruffled Tulips, red Hypericum berries and Curly willow branches. I really like how it turned, however, I don’t think that I would ever have used the same combination if I had more choices.
And, of course, I just needed to hang some sweet wreaths with patriotic ribbon. It adds a whimsical final touch. You can get the wreaths here.
I sure hope that you enjoyed this post. I sure enjoyed getting to spend some time with you. Please follow me at Facebook.com/PeacockRidgeFarm.com, on Instagram @peacockridge, on Pinterest and YouTube.
Hugs and blessings to you,