How to say “I DO” on the Fourth of July without it looking like a presidential campaign rally.
The 4th can be a popular date for weddings but sometimes it’s hard to balance the red, white and blue color palette without being too corny. We’ve got some ideas to help make your day special and unique, but still festive.
Why not upgrade your backyard BBQ, to a Shabby Chic Backyard Garden Party with vintage flare.
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How to do Red, White and Blue differently: Try doing softer or more muddled shades of each color. It will give you a whole new vibe to the color trio, something more organic.
Or Try adding a 4th color in like Black, Gold or Silver.
Sparkler Exits with a twist! Try adding american flags for people to wave with or out without sparklers for a unique photo opportunity.
Or get a bigger and better “sparklers” picture with actual fireworks! Perfect bonus of the holiday that you can take full advantage of for free.