4th of July Wedding Inspiration

Happy 4th of July to everyone! History tells us that this day is the day that the United States gained its independence from the British Empire. But these days, we look forward to this day not only for its historical significance but for the chance to spend time with family to celebrate the occasion. With everyone looking forward to spending time at home with family and friends, it is the perfect time to amp up the celebration by planning a 4th of July wedding!

Here are awesome wedding elements that will fit right into the occasion:

The red, white and blue invitation will give away the July 4th wedding date.

Add a wow factor to your wedding ensemble by wearing this cool stars and stripes sandals under your pristine white wedding dress.

The groom looking dapper in navy blue suit with red bow tie.

Bouquet of reds for the bride and white ones peppered with blue accents for the bridesmaids

Eclectic bouquet of red, white and blue paper flowers
Bridesmaids in striking blue dresses.

The cute ring bearer in suspenders and striped bow tie

Spruce up the ring pillow with ribbon accents in red and blue

A red, white and blue ribbon waist band adds to the festive spirit of a 4th of July wedding.

Say your vows under a simple wedding arch decorated with red, white and blue paper lanterns

Easy to assemble aisle treatment of red, white and blue flower petals.

 Color coordinated table setting.

Candles and wine bottle decor add an interesting touch to floral centerpieces
Festive red, black and white backdrop

Dress up chairs with  red, white and blue ribbons

Simple DIY candle decor. Mason jars filled with rice granules in vibrant red, white and blue
An eclectic table centerpiece of flowers in varying heights.

Scrumptious berry desserts
Snow cones - fun stuff for the kids and kids at heart.

Lollipop bouquet centerpiece that will certainly get everyone's attention.

Fancy red, white and blue mocktail - cranberry juice, blue gatorade and soda.

Unity sand ceremony

Awesome wedding cake

Thirst quenching wedding favors.

The best part of ending a 4th of July wedding is watching the skies light up with fireworks.

Lots of Love,

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