Hey Friends, it’s time for our monthly Supper Club and this month’s theme is Fourth of July. I’m so excited that you are joining us.
I’m setting an Easy Fourth of July Outdoor Table in my outdoor kitchen. I’m keeping the table simple but festive with lots of red, white and blue.
I’m so excited to see what all me Supper Club Friends have to share. If you are joining me from Simply 2 Mom’s, Welcome!
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Outdoor Table Inspiration
The Fourth of July Outdoor Table was inspired by these gorgeous blue and white dishes and the cute watermelon slice appetizer plates, which I found while out thrifting.
In addition, I have so many gorgeous geraniums this year because I saved and split my original plants and stored them overwinter.
Bico Ceramics has so many fun dish patterns and I fell in love with this Watercolor Blue Flower Collection. Bico Ceramics is offering a 10% discount code for any purchase from 6/24 – 6/30/21 11:59 PM PDT. To claim your discount, just use code 10RACHELBLUE
Thrift Store Finds
The cute watermelon slice appetizer plates were a fun thrift store find and are a perfect addition to the patriotic fourth of July table.
Nothing says “Fourth of July” like a slice of watermelon! Am I right?
Fourth of July Napkins
Last year I made these fun cutlery pocket napkins and I couldn’t wait to set a table with them again this year. You can see how I made them here on DIY Ticking Patriotic Napkins.
They work perfectly with the blue and white stripe placemats that I found at HomeGoods earlier this spring.
Easy outdoor table Centerpiece
Y’all know I don’t like to spend money on my centerpiece and I’m lucky because my geraniums are in full bloom. Red geraniums are perfect for a fourth of July tablescape.
It was easy to just pick a few stems and add them to three separate glass vases.
Last summer I shared Best Tips to Keep Geraniums Blooming all Summer and these tips have never failed me.
In addition, the red cake stand acts as a riser to give the centerpiece a variety of heights. Faux greenery candle rings surround two of the geranium filled vases and help by adding additional greenery to the centerpiece.
I always love adding my favorite antique brass, salt and pepper shakers because these cute birds add a little sparkle to any table. Also, a small patriotic flag is tucked into the center vase for a patriotic touch to the alfresco table.
A couple of thrifted brass candle sticks compliment the brass birds and help to balance the outdoor table.
A festive fourth of July Table
Adding a vintage ladder filled with plants and flags helps to disguise the black box that my husband insists is a necessity in an outdoor kitchen. LOL.
Serving Area for Outdoor Table
Because the table is very narrow, I used another table for serving.
This table includes a patriotic table runner, perfect for the fourth of July. In addition, more fresh geraniums fill a DIY Earthenware Vessel. The beautiful bowls from Bico Ceramics will be perfect for dessert.
It’s wonderful to actually make plans for friends and family to gather. If you missed How to Plan Girlfriend Time, you can still see the post by clicking the highlighted area.
Here’s More Patriotic Table Inspiration
Next up is Stacy Ling at Bricks N Blooms gorgeous 4th of July table. Be sure to click the links below to continue on the tour.