Fourth of July Celebration- Keeping It Simple
What turns the ordinary into extraordinary? Surprisingly, it doesn’t require a lot of preparation and work to create an Instagram-moment 4th of July celebration out of a “chips and dips” one. It takes just a few special touches.
Retro blue is my color this year, so I fell in love with this simple plastic tableware in retro red and blue from Target. What a nice change from the traditional royal blue and red.
Sure, you can make a rasberry-infused tea for a fabulous 4th of July beverage. Or, you can pour Crystal Light in Pomegranate flavor over ice with a handful of fresh blueberries.
Waiting for the fireworks to start is the perfect time to fire up the patio fire pit and roast some marshmallows for s’mores.
Our new patio table from Sears offered the perfect setting for our festive 4th of July party scape.
Our distinguished guests are ready to eat and have a good time.
For a simple and gourmet Fourth of July barbeque menu, check out our “Serving Up Simple” menu:Email this to a Friend