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July 4th Wedding Dessert Table: How-To Ideas and Inspiration!

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July 4 Wedding dessert tables ideas

Put together your own July 4th Wedding Dessert Table with treats and sweets that are sure to please everyone on your guest list! We’re talking about fruit pops, sparkler cakes, and nostalgic goodies as we show you how to assemble a practical dessert table with homemade recipes and sweets that you can buy. After all, a July 4th nuptial celebration should be time spent with family and friends without the added worries of managing your wedding budget.

Make a Sophisticated Dessert Table with an All-American Taste!

July 4th Wedding Dessert Table Ideas! How to Assemble One with Sophisticated All-American Desserts. #july4thweddingdesserts #july4thdesserts

Serve up frozen desserts that have a sophisticated spin like these icy Popsicle sticks (6) made from vanilla maple yogurt and hibiscus rhubarb puree. Include snow cones (5) with a shot of blue Curacao, and blueberry whoopie pies (3), too. Add eye-catching Jello® (7) blocks with a patriotic look rendered in stained glass.

As for the wedding cake, consider a single layer cake (2) as an alternative, like this simple vanilla butter cream frosted cake decorated with sparklers! Or instead of sliced cake, present red, white, and blue angel food cake parfaits (1) with just berries, cake chunks, and Cool Whip®.

Lastly, complete the dessert table with a variety of nostalgic treats and sweets (4) such as sprinkled cookies, red, white, and blue popcorn, Dubble Bubble® bubble gum, and Twizzler® sticks!

Please be sure to visit these blogs for the recipes and ideas we’ve covered:

1 – Berry Angel Food Cake Parfaits – visit Neighborfood Blog

2 – Vanilla Buttercream Sparkler Cake – see the recipe on Pizzazzerie

3 – Blueberry Whoopie Pies – find this recipe at the Blueberry Council

4 – July 4th Treats and Sweets – see this gorgeous picnic styled by Sweet Southern Blue

5 – July 4th Snow Cones – get the recipe at Kirbie Cravings

6 – Yogurt Popsicle Sticks – find recipe on Bojon Gourmet

7 – 4th of July Patriotic ‘Broken Glass’ Jello – see the recipe on Food Librarian

4 comments

  1. I love the strawberry cakes! The table cloths are a nice touch, what an awesome theme.

  2. What festive desserts!

  3. Hi Dawn! Yes, decorating for this theme is such fun!

  4. Hi Paula J,

    It’s the bright red-white-and-blue that makes everything so striking!

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