Time for my simple and festive Fourth of July home tour! Gathering with friends plus the fun decor make this holiday a favorite for me!
My wedding anniversary is July 3rd. I picked that date because we always had so much fun with our college friends for Fourth of July. So I figured – what better way to celebrate a marriage than with a Fourth of July party!
And so we did! The mothers wore blue, the bridesmaids wore red and of course – I was the white to complete the red, white, and blue theme ;). I even made the wedding party song – Lady in Red (and yes- my bridesmaids did not appreciate the cheezy song 🤷♀️).
This year will be our 29th wedding anniversary – but I guess that is kinda obvious based on how young I look in the above photo 😂.
Now back to the Fourth of July home tour…
I am joining thirty other bloggers this week to share our summer home inspiration. A huge thank you to Kelly from The Tattered Pew for inviting me to join this amazing group!
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A couple of weeks ago I published a separate post dedicated to my patriotic front porch. You can read all about that space in my house here ;).
My entryway has always been my favorite space in the house to change up for each season and holiday. The white board and batten helps highlight everything I decorate my console table with. The table itself is almost TWENTY years old from Pottery Barn and has really withstood the test of time ;).
The neutral flags and banner are from an Instagram friend’s small shop named Something Gray. They are not actually available on her site right now but if you love them as much as I do – I would highly suggest emailing or DM’ing her in Instagram asking if she can still make some.
However, the ‘freedom’ scrabble sign is available on her site here ;).
My little sister got married in Grand Teton National Park about 15 years ago and gave all of her bridesmaids a cowboy hat as a gift ;). We actually just got back from a family reunion in the park – you can see more about our fun adventures on my Instagram account!
I had my eye on the large round vase below for almost a year so when it went on sale in February – I finally took the leap and purchased it ;).
It’s been on my entryway table ever since and I have just been changing out the faux stems every few months.
The entryway in my house is open to my living room with a faux fireplace that was built about five years ago.
I used the neutral flags from Something Gray again on this mantel. The holder is about six years old from Magnolia Market.
I hope you enjoyed my simple and festive Fourth of July home tour! We will be hosting a backyard barbeque party for the holiday surrounded by friends and family… I will be sharing inspiration for that event in the next week or so- be sure to subscribe to my email list if you aren’t already to be the first to know when I do ;).
Also – don’t forget to check out my friend Rachel from The Pond’s Farmhouse summer blues farmhouse tour!
And if you are looking for even more summer home decor ideas – keep scrolling down for links to THIRTY more blogger’s inspirational posts!
You can also find summer bedroom inspiration in this post from a couple of weeks ago…
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Bloggers’ Best Summer Home Tours
This week I am joining some of my blogging friends for the Bloggers’ Best Summer Home Tours. Thirty talented and creative women will be opening their homes up for you to tour all week long. You can visit each summer home tour by clicking the links below.