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How to have a Patriotic Fourth of July Wedding

How to have a Patriotic Fourth of July Wedding

Tying a knot on Independence Day? Then say I do to red, white, and blue for a Fourth of July wedding theme. Make a festive celebration by putting a patriotic touch to your wedding day. I know it is a bit challenging to pay honor to Americana while keeping your wedding details fresh and modern. So here are some ways on how you will represent this holiday on your romantic wedding day.

How to have a Patriotic Fourth of July Wedding

There’s no better way to celebrate independence day than with barbecue, hot dogs, a parade, and fireworks. And to make it more special, why not choose this memorable day to be your wedding date? In honor of our nation’s birthday, we’ve made this wedding inspiration for the future Independence Day bride on her Fourth of July wedding. This is also a perfect guide for couples who totally love the colors red, white, and blue. Learn how you can achieve a little or a lot of patriotic holiday theme to incorporate into your wedding. This is an ultimate guide on how to rock your Fourth of July wedding theme.

How to have a Patriotic Fourth of July Wedding

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Red White and Blue

For those of you getting married on the Fourth of July, draw some inspiration from this Patriotic Holiday by incorporating the Red, White, and Blue theme within your big day.

 

Wedding Decorations

Wedding Decorations | How to have a Patriotic Fourth of July Wedding

String some sparkly lights around the garden, or hang lanterns from the trees to set a romantic mood. Complete the look with bright paper lanterns, balloons, and patriotic table settings.

 

Bites and Sips

Bites and Sips | How to have a Patriotic Fourth of July Wedding

Dish some delicious American classics, like hot dogs, mini hamburgers, and grilled cheese for your wedding guests while sipping on some signature red and blue cocktails.

 

Bridal Colors: The Red, White, and Blue

A muted red, white and blue color palette sets an understated but beautiful patriotic look. Otherwise, try using one to two colors as the highlight of your look.

 

Wedding Party

Wedding Party | How to have a Patriotic Fourth of July Wedding

Consider having your bridesmaids wear red or blue dresses while carrying roses in a contrasting color. Have the groomsmen and ring bearer wear red or blue in their ties.

 

Finishing Touches

Finishing Touches | How to have a Patriotic Fourth of July Wedding

What better way is there to celebrate your special day as well as the Fourth of July than with fireworks? Sparklers are slightly more understated but still magical in creating that touch of excitement.

Finally, take your first steps as man and wife with a getaway decked out in red, white, and blue.

 

I think you are the coolest couple if you are patriotic and choose to have your wedding on the Fourth. There are lots of cool tips on how you can incorporate red,white and blue—with stars and stripes—with elegance. Surely you will have a memorable Fourth of July wedding that your guests will remember in the years to come. Happy Fourth of July and best wishes to all Independence Day brides out there! God bless America!

 

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Momma Mary

Hi there, I'm your Editor of Wedding Checklists. I'm a big fan of weddings and a self-proclaimed fairy godmother of Illinois. I love to lend a hand in organizing my friends' and relatives' wedding to help them have the fairy tale wedding they deserve. You can say that I am already a master in the art of wedding preparation. When not waving my magical wedding wand all over the place, I and my husband, with our two lovable twin daughters, spend our time binge-watching and re-watching Disney movies.

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