Independence Day is drawing near, and we couldn’t be more excited. This isn’t just a normal holiday — it’s a major celebration. Hosting an Independence Day fête is the perfect opportunity to treat your family and friends to a delightful meal with a convivial atmosphere.
The Fourth is a casual holiday, but that doesn’t mean you have to resort to boring Styrofoam cups, plates, or napkins. Add a patriotic punch to your backyard barbecue this summer with these fun and fuss-free tips from the hosting experts at Chinet.
Create easy centerpieces in a matter of minutes. Fill a large vase with fresh flowers. For an extra touch, display clear, disposable cups or jars with sand and colorful tea lights around the vase.
Designate a Drink Station
Serve a variety of ice teas, lemonades, and sangrias with seasonal fruit. Complete the look with straws, garnishes, and labeled cups.
From American flag cookies and cakes to summer salads and layered dips, brighten up your bash with Independence Day-inspired foods. Try serving in disposable cups, making it easy for guests to eat and mingle.
Setting the table should be fun, not stressful. Use red, white, and blue paisley bandanas as placemats for table setting. If you’re hosting a potluck, arrange the bandanas down the center of the table as if they were a table runner.
Give kids an active role in helping prep for your party by having them assemble a Fourth of July banner using paper plates.