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Today I have some 4th of July tablescape ideas for you! I will give you all those details in a second. First of all, I must squeal for just a second. I got a new patio set. For those of you that have been around here a while, we are building a new deck. Welllll with summer, the weather, and our Disney trip the deck has not had much progress. But I did start researching some outdoor furniture and we ended up with this beauty this weekend….
First of all, I must tell y’all I do NOT take major purchases lightly. I like to research and analyze these types of purchases to death. Thank goodness Sears made that easy for me. I started with the online catalog for some inspiration.
Sears also has a great Style Hub with advice and inspiration for any outdoor space. The patio finder service makes narrowing your selections super easy. Just check the boxes by the features you are looking for in a patio set and viola your matches pop up on the screen.
We ended up with the Brookshire 7 pc Dining Set from Country Living. The quality construction, sale price, and lovely details are what sold me. I mean look at that tile table and gorgeous chairs! I am in love…
So now I owe y’all some details on my 4th of July table right? Let’s take a closer look!
I grabbed lots of red, white, and blue and went to work. For the centerpiece, I used vintage soda bottles with flags. Then those lanterns are from the Dollar Tree. I think they look great just scattered on the table. I am also going to add some mosquito repellent candles to this setup to keep the biting bugs away!
I am a casual entertainer so it is generally a grab our own plate setup. I stacked up some red plates and popped some silverware into a mason jar. You can’t have a drink on the 4th without red, white, and blue straws!
The mason jar actually has a star on it. I thought that fit in great! I could only find one of these in my collection. Mental note to hunt for more of these for next year’s 4th of July bash.
I bought this basket from the Dollar Tree also. I think it is perfect for a stack of napkins.
I added some strawberries, blueberries, and store bought cupcakes. It is just too darn hot this year to fire up the oven. Plus it frees you up to worry about other things, like your decor and patio set!
We are now ready for the 4th of July! Are you? Will you be hosting a bash on the 4th?
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