In our book, nothing says summer quite like the 4th of July. The poolside parties, the coordinated wardrobes, the day in the sun—we say yes to all, even if your wedding does fall on the holiday weekend. In that case (and even if not), It’s time to embrace the tried-and-true color scheme and give your guests a holiday to remember.
Whether red, white, and blue are your favorite colors or not, we’ve searched the web—and our favorite Instagram accounts!—for Independence Day inspiration for you. From berry-colored signature cocktails in gold-rimmed glasses to a lush bouquet that’s flowing with blue and red silk ribbons, there’s a way to do 4th of July, your own way. And we have to say, these colors must be in style this year because finding inspiration was oh-so-easy.
In this gallery, you’ll find all the patriotic inspo you need but don’t think it’s going to scream: Independence Day! (But you should totally scream that. A few times over.) No, these 13 wedding ideas are more of a trendy take on the holiday’s iconic décor. You may see stars, you may see stripes, and you may see some sparkers, but there’s no overload of all that here. Because, let’s be honest, your wedding day is not your average BBQ. So you better fire up your grills and your Pinterest boards because here’s the trendiest wedding décor in red, white and blue. (Think drip cakes, low dining tables with blue cushions, hanging installations, and more.) We hope you enjoy—and, of course: Happy Birthday, America! Here’s to you!
Say it With Lounge Furniture
We love so many things about this low-key dining set up. For one, that it's done in all shades of blue because why discriminate? And two, that it features some of the hottest ideas in wedding trends-namely, cactus plants and copper-toned tableware. And, finally: Raise your hand if this photo makes you want to host an intimate affair? (We're raising ours!)
Patriotic Floral Arrangements
Adding silk ribbons to a bouquet always creates a romantic touch. And in deep reds and blues, it's also kind of sexy, too? (We especially love this bouquet thanks to the deep, deep red flowers that coordinate with a red, white, and blue flower palette without going overboard.)
The Paper Suite Gets the 4th of July Treatment
This wedding invitation suite is proof that you can treat color in two ways on paper. One, you can use it as the accent for some added pop—think an emblem at the top, a border around the sides, or the font that accentuates your names. Or you can use edge-to-edge color as a beautiful backdrop, as shown in the beautiful blue-and-white products. Each are equally as gorgeous—and legible!