Great Decor Tips You Need to Make Your 4th of July Party a Smash Hit!It’s that time of the year of again where family and friends gather together over great food and fun celebration. But what’s really fun, is knowing you’ve got the party with the most bang, right? Because anyone can throw a 4th of July party, but there are some simple ideas and tips you can use to make sure yours is by far, the most memorable of all. Let’s get creative this year and have the best independence day party ever.
Here are some hot 4th of July party tips you don’t want to miss, that are sure to make your party a smash hit!  
Fun With Fabric. Head to a fabric store or look around the house for any red, white or blue fabric in any kind of pattern you can find. It doesn’t have to be stars and stripes, just the right colors! Tie the strips to the railings with contrasting strips of material. 
Just Add Stars. You’re about to add another lovely flare to your party. Simply find any patterned paper that you can cut stars from, but if you can find gold or silver, even better.
Creative Candles. Round up some red, white and blue votives and place tealights in them for once the sun goes down!
Fun With Food. For decorative healthy snacks, place red apples in blue buckets or strawberries in white bowls. 
Music Makes the World Go Round. Have FUN music. Create a playlist of fun, happy, celebration style music that lets people loosen up and have the time of your life. Take it further and even enjoy some karaoke before the fireworks go off! 
Simply look for creative color ideas when you’re thinking about the three most important components of your Fourth of July backyard décor: table coverings, lighting and accenting finishing touches. Color coordination isn’t going to be a problem, so you really can’t go wrong with whatever you choose to cover your tables. The easiest thing to do with any other kind of table is to start off with a plain white tablecloth and then embellish it. Try striped ribbon, glittery paper stars, crepe paper edging or a fabric runner with tiny paper stars dangling from the ends. If that sounds like too much work, or you’re having a lot of kids over, keep it simple and fun. Just cover the tables with white paper, provide red and blue crayons and stickers, and let the kids do the decorating. They will love their decorative freedom!! 
As you can see there are many ways to create a celebratory space this year.  Take one or all of the ideas and you’ll be so glad you did!  
We love making your home a place to gather.  If there is anything else we can help you with, come visit our contractors at Unique Home Building, and we’ll get you going with your dreams!

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