Fourth of July is probably my favorite holiday (although I really love them all), so I knew I wanted to do something extra special this year since it's been such a challenging year. We're celebrating all things summer and making the most of these beautiful months!
I started by laying this pretty light blue gingham tablecloth on our table. I like a lighter take on the Fourth of July so this helped keep things a little softer.
Next I layered in these wicker chargers that are so pretty - I love anything wicker, especially in the summertime. On top I placed a simple white plate, blue striped napkin and these sweet raspberry star cookies I found at Trader Joe's, which just seemed so festive.
For the centerpiece I kept it simple and let the flags do the work. Blue and white hydrangeas feel so fresh when they're paired with a wicker vase.
Seagrass wrapped tumblers are another favorite for entertaining this time of year.
I also set out bowls of fresh cherries, blueberries and strawberries as a nod to summer and to carry through the red, white and blue colors.
These strawberry sparkling waters were too pretty to pass up, so I displayed them in a blue chinoiserie bowl so guests can grab them and go.
Really this tablescape was pretty simple to put together and would be so easy to recreate. In fact, if you removed the flags it would work for Easter or even a baby shower also. Proof that choosing classic pieces goes a long way in decorating and entertaining!
Hope you have a Happy Fourth!
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