How to Plan a Simple July 4th Birthday Party

Simple July 4 Birthday Party ideas

If simplicity is on your mind for planning a July 4th birthday party, then you’re in luck! With just 6 party planning ideas that cover everything from your invitations to the cake, you can easily host a wonderful birthday for a grown up and still have time to relax and enjoy the festivities!

6 Easy Ideas for Hosting a Simple July 4th Birthday Party

Start the planning early in May with modern invitations (1) in an elegant star design. Serve a salmon burger fare (3) with sides like coleslaw, corn on the cob, and macaroni salad. Consider fruit-based desserts like fruit kabobs (5). Don’t forget to provide a cool beverage station with summer drinks (6). Make a colorful bundt cake (2) with patriotic accents. Lastly, bake up some star-shaped cookies (4) in what color? Red, white, and blue, of course!

How to Plan a Simple July 4th Birthday Party

The Invitations
Modern July 4th birthday invitation available on Zazzle by All Celebrations JACLINART.

The Birthday Cake
Firecracker red, white, and blue bundt cake from Betty Crocker.

The Decor
July 4th tablescape with an apple-inspired theme, including patriotic elements like mini flags in red star pails, an apple centerpiece placed in a basket, red and silver candle holders, and patriotic dinner plates on silver chargers that are laid out on a red gingham tablecloth. By Practically Perfect Planner.
  
The Food
Salmon burgers with scallion sour cream and cream cheese sauce via Food Network.

The Dessert
Fruit kabobs consisting of blueberries, watermelon, and mozzarella. A recipe available from Spicy Southern Kitchen.

The Drinks
Printable labels for serving drinks like beer via Bellenza.

The Favors
Red, white, and blue iced sugar cookies as favors via Bellenza.

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