4th of July Party Idea’s

It’s been a while since I’ve thrown a party and I am thinking that I may get one together this year for 4th of July. I love the red, white and blue themes and any chance to drink adult beverages with friends sounds like a good idea to me. I’ve been cruising through my Red, White and Blue Pinterest board  for 4th of July party ideas and I think I found some!

red white and blue 4th of July Party Ideas Pinterest Board

I also came across these awesomely cute ideas in my inbox this morning from Family Fun.

Sweet & Salty Sparklers – 4th of July Snack Idea

sweet and salty pretzel sticks 4th of July Snack Idea

Layered with white chocolate and studded with sprinkles and M&M’s, our pretzel treats add flare to any party spread. Cover a baking sheet with waxed paper. Melt 1 cup of white chocolate chips in a medium, heat-safe bowl according to the package directions. Use a spoon to drizzle 1pretzel rod at a time with chocolate (you’ll have enough chocolate to make a dozen), then lay the rod on the prepared sheet and scatter it with red and blue sprinkles and M&M’s. Chill the pretzels in the refrigerator until the chocolate sets, about 15 minutes.

Red, White and Blue Saber Pops

4th of July Snack Idea freezer pops

Feel the force of ice-cold refreshment—and keep hands unfrozen—with these felt cozies. For each, cut a 3- by 4-inch rectangle from gray felt. Fold it over a freeze pop and use fabric glue to seal the side and bottom edges. Clamp the fabric closed with binder clips or clothespins, if needed. Slip the felt off the pop. Glue on stripes and dots of black and colored felt. When your pop is frozen and the glue is dry, you’re ready to battle the heat!

Red, White and Blue Spritzers – 4th of July Party Ideas

red white and blue spritzers ice cubes 4th of July Snack Idea
Tricolored spritzers offer a refreshing way to celebrate the Fourth. Make several trays of ice cubes with beverages colored red, white, and blue (we used cranberry juice, water, and Powerade Mountain Berry Blast). To serve, place the cubes in separate buckets and let guests make their own drinks with plain seltzer.

What about you? Do you have some great 4th of July party ideas? Please leave me a link to your post and I will pin it to my Pinterest Board! 


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