How to Make Your Fourth of July Celebration Sparkle

This season we're dreaming of an outdoor get-together that's simple to pull together. Check out our tips to help you throw the best backyard party on the block. We’re thinking stars and stripes. Red, white, and blue palette, of course. All while keeping it stress-free, and kid-friendly.


Entertainment for All Ages

Thinking about how you’re going to keep everyone entertained before the fireworks go off? Find fun and easy ways to incorporate a patriotic theme into all these old school games. Don’t forget the sparklers! Get the pre-show started early and make sure you have a designated bucket of water for used sparklers.

  • Potato sack races

  • Water balloon toss/ fight

  • Yard games (bean bag toss, corn hole, or ladder ball)

Add Some Sparkle to Your Decor

Make your front lawn shine bright with red, white and blue lawn stars. Go to your local craft or home improvement store and pick up this lawn friendly spray paint. Create a simple cut out from cardboard to use as a stencil. This is project is super simple, even your kids can help with this one!

Serve up Some Red, White, + Blue

Stay hydrated on this holiday weekend with this star spangled infused water. Do yourself a favor and limit the menu to keep your prep time down on the day of, allowing yourself to enjoy the party and spend time with you guests!


Raspberry Coconut Creamsicle Popsicle

Raspberry Coconut Creamsicle Popsicle

Make it POP

The perfect summer treat! Homemade or store bought, this is one your guests won’t want to put down (literally). There are plenty of homemade recipes that will keep you cool all summer long. Check this off you rlist early and make ahead of time, giving these sweet treats plenty of time to set up in the freezer.

Homemade Popsicle Recipes