Sunday, June 26, 2016

Fourth of July at Peonies & Orange Blossoms!

Hello and Happy Fourth of July! Yes, this party is a little bit early, but it is blog land where things tend to run early so we can look at everyone's ideas!
I picked some flowers in red, white, and blue from the garden to create this centerpiece...
I'll confess, these pictures are actually from LAST YEAR.... I meant to post them but we were moving and had to much going on and I just couldn't get them up in time!

Our driveway was decorated with the patriotic bunting! 
Oh, my tulipiere (RIP!) filled with blue, white, and red flowers straight from the garden!

I made this easy patriotic fruit and pretzel flag. It took only a few minutes to make and was a hit with the party guests!
4th of July fruit and pretzel flag

Here is another centerpiece I put together that was easy to make. Picked some hydrangeas from the garden and put a flag in the center! 

Our faithful dog is feeling patriotic...

One last look at my 4th of July centerpiece... how I miss the tulipiere! If you read my blog regularly, you may remember my kitty cat broke it! (on accident, her claw got stuck in the tablecloth, she freaked and pulled the table cloth down and took the vase with her!)

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9 comments:

  1. Your centerpieces are beautiful! Thanks for sharing. I hope you have a Happy Fourth of July!!!!

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  2. I love your patriotic flag and fruit.
    Thank you for sharing all your ideas for the 4th at Thoughts of Home.

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  3. The fruit and pretzel dish is so cute and sounds delicious with a little bit of sweet and a little bit of salty.

    Thanks so much for sharing with Thoughts of Home. Have a happy 4th!

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  4. Love the red white and blue centerpiece and edible flag! Happy 4th!
    Jenna

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  5. What amazing and beautiful details. Have a wonderful holiday

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