Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. Oriental Trading sent me product for review but all opinions are 100% my own
Woohoo, the June gloom is gone and it is now sunny and we are ready for all the Summer parties. First up a 4th of July party, today I will share some super easy ideas that you can recreate for your own patriotic celebration.Most of the ideas I am sharing in this 4th of July party can be done the day before. I actually strongly recommend doing so especially since some of the products that our friends over at Oriental Trading sent us require some minor assembly. You don’t want to be scrambling the day of the party putting things together and setting up. The only thing that you will need to add the day of is the desserts and snacks.
In this particular party I included quite a bit of activities, the first activity is this bottle ring toss game. The kids will have so much fun tossing the rings and trying to land it on their particular colored bottle. I placed some patriotic paper fans next to the bottle toss game to add a bit of flare. Another activity was these mini activity books that I placed inside mini red tin pails. These served a dual purpose an activity that the kids can do while waiting for the food or firework show to begin and they also served as a party favor. The mini pails were actually placed on top of patriotic food trays that I just put upside down.Yummy popcorn is a must to enjoy during the fireworks show. Dress them up in these snack paper bowls.My cupcakes were decorated with flag picks to carry out the patriotic theme.Now this activity is for everyone at your 4th of July party, photo props displayed encourages your guests to get up, grab a prop, and take pictures with each other. This leaves a lot of picture memories that everyone can share.My tablescape was simple but patriotic. All I included was a plate, cup, and a paper flag that can be colored.The cup was accompanied by a jumbo blue and white star paper straw.