We’re so excited to show you the Fourth of July Party that we put together for Real Simple. Here are a few of our favorite pictures. Click on over to see the party ideas and the picnic menu.
Photos by Nicole Hill Gerulat. Cake by Davlyn Howland of Flour & Flower Designs.
Just back from having looked at the full spread of pictures, and they are wonderful!
Love the simple playfulness of them and of course you have done an amazing job styling!
Love those Watermelon pops!
My favorite magazine meets one of my very favorite blogs! How wonderful! Beautiful party. I love the idea of watermelon on a stick! How easy – and awesome – is that?!?
How perfectly simple and brilliant is that watermelon idea! Genius!
I am so inspired by your blog – so I just have to know where did you find the 4th of July paper flowers – that was the one craft I really wanted to make and didn’t see how or where you found them. Thank you for such wonderful crafting tips and making me feel like I can be the craftiest party thrower ever!
LOVE the popsicle stick in the watermelon idea!! So simple, yet adorable!
Thanks for sharing your fun ideas. Makes me want to celebrate. I would love to get the white cake recipe—-how could I get it?
I adore the watermelon pops! Another fun idea is to use a star shaped cookie cutter to make star shaped watermelon slices. They look great for the 4th of July when placed on a dish with some blueberries.
Hi K–That cake was delicious But it was made by a professional baker who doesn’t give out her recipes. Sorry.
Hi Dawn–We posted about the flower in this post: http://onecharmingparty.com/2011/06/21/fourth-of-july/ and there is a link to the flowers in there.
luv the watermelon on a stick!! Omgosh…genius! lol )
YAY! Congratulations – AMAZING! I love the watermelon stick and the DECORATIONS ARE AWESOME!!!
Fun, yet very simple ideas! Loved it!
This looks great! Gorgeous photos and great paper items for the party.
I am having a Red, White and Blue Linky Party and hope you will join in on the fun!
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