While we were all celebrating the start of the summer season this weekend with bar-b-q's, trips to the beach, and dips in the pool, we were also remembering our fallen heroes, our soldiers who fought for this country and are still fighting strong. To honor our troops on** Memorial Day**and** Independence Day celebrate with colors of **red, white, and blue for a **patriotic wedding **that will sparkle and shine like the fireworks in the sky.
Martha Stewartalways knows how to entertain and throw a well decorated party. Don't just visit her wedding site for ideas, check out her every day site for great crafts, home & garden, and** holiday decor **ideas like these DIY patriotic container centerpieces. You can fill these with straws or candy for the dessert buffet or bring some red, white, and blue cheer to your tables as you fill them with daisies of the same color!
Maybe you're hoping to see some **fireworks **on your wedding day besides the ones going on between you and your new husband! But the real thing can be a little costly and dangerous if you don't know what you're doing. So play it safe and cool with these adorable firework paper pom poms. I love the idea of filling mason jars with sand to help keep the pom-poms up-right for your centerpiece.
Have you ever tried sand art when you were a kid, mixing the colors together and creating a really neat design? Well now you can impress all of your wedding guests with sand artthat matches your American Flag theme! This is an easy DIY project that you can get the whole bridal party together for or perhaps something you can do at your bridal shower! The guests will love to see these at your wedding knowing they had a helping hand in putting them together.
What's a patriotic, red, white, and blue wedding without some star decorations! I love the idea of a star table runnerto really make your guests' tables pop with excitement. The star napkin rings are a great way to let guests know where they are sitting while adding fun decor to your theme! What ideas do you have for your tables?
Don't forget about decorating the food for your holiday wedding. How cute are these little toothpick flagsfor your cupcakes! Some of the toothpicks have American flags on them while others have George Washington. This looks like another sweet but simple DIY wedding idea.
I've seenpinwheel decorationsfor weddings before and have even blogged about it, but this is the first time I'm seeing them glued to clothespins! With this fantastic idea you can easily clip them onto string or wire to hang above your guests' tables for a wonderful summer picnic feeling.
Are you celebrating your holiday wedding with colors of red, white, and blue?
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