Whether you’d like to honor a loved one who has served our country or your heart simply belongs to America, we’re turning the WeddingLovely Blog red, white and blue with Fourth of July wedding ideas + inspiration, just for you!
See more after the cut!
Photo credit: Emily Steffen Photography
Fourth of July Wedding Tablescape by Scheme Events (Las Vegas, NV)
We used a modern take on the traditional red, white and blue by incorporating navy, ivory and scarlet into our color scheme. We created a tablescape for four including navy linen and mahogany cafe chairs. The table featured antique washed wooden chargers, red dinner plates and American flag salad plates. Deep red votives provided romantic candlelight against a row of fresh floral provided by Layers of Lovely.
Photo credit: Alante Photography
July 4 Rehearsal Stationery by Paper Fling (Seattle, WA)
This fourth of July rehearsal dinner was held atop the 75th floor overlooking fireworks at the Columbia Tower Club in Seattle, WA. Aisle of View styled the event to be both elegant and fun with a red white and blue theme including unique Greek Key Patterned linens and matching stationery by Paper Fling. The favor boxes were a huge hit as they were styled to resemble fireworks.
Photo credit: Christopher Duggan Photography
American Flag Mural Wedding Inspiration by Christopher Duggan Photography (New York, NY)
The mural was across the street from the church. I didn’t see it until we got in the car and were about the drive away. As soon as I saw it, I knew it would make an amazing wedding photo. I jumped out of the car, went to Suzanne & John and when they saw it, they were as excited as I was.
Save the Date Fireworks Magnet by Save the Date Originals (Boise, ID)
Weddings are already exciting, and so is the Fourth of July; Combine the two, and you are sure to have a “lit” party. Of course it is popular to include fireworks save the dates for those July weddings around the holiday, but when you go with a round magnet, that really adds to the wow factor. At 4 inches in diameter, you have enough space for plenty of fireworks and the important information. These magnets are printed with an 8 color printing process (vs the usual CMYK) so that colors will POP more than they might otherwise.
Photo credit: Pottinger Photography
Saluting Military Grooms by Pottinger Photography (Cincinnati, OH)
Grant has been a Health Facilities Officer in the US Air Force for almost 5 years. He oversees the construction of the hospitals and clinics for the Air Force. The Bride and Groom currently reside In Atlanta, Georgia with one child and another on the way.
America the Beautiful Solo Violin Version by Full Circle Melody (Norman, OK)
There are many brave men and women who selflessly serve our country on a daily basis. If you have a loved one that currently is, or has served , consider having a patriotic song played in his or her honor at your wedding. Although there are numerous song options, in the video above, Travis Wackerly, the owner of Full Circle Melody, shares an example with a solo violin version of “America the Beautiful”.
Patriotic Wedding Koozies by Totally Promotional (Coldwater, OH)
Give your big day an Americana twist with Fourth of July wedding koozies! Choose one of Totally Promotional’s creative templates or your own design for a unique Independence Day wedding favor!
Photo credit: Laura Ivanova
All-American Wedding Dessert Buffet by Scheme Events (Las Vegas, NV)
We put together an All-American dessert buffet with milkshakes and Coke floats. Strawberry, vanilla and chocolate ice cream was set out with fresh berries and milk for handmade shakes along with a selection of toppings included chopped nuts, sprinkles and mini chocolate chips.
Regal Military Wedding Inspiration by NST Pictures (New York, NY)
Not only was this a regal military wedding, but we also love their red, white and blue confetti toss during their recessional!
Photo credit: Melissa Morelli Photography
Rockin’ Red, White & Blue Socks Down the Aisle by Despina Craig Events (San Francisco, Napa and Los Angeles)
Even though my bride Amanda Hughes didn’t get married on July 4th, her heart not only belongs to her love but to America and her cowboy boots! This patriotic bride walked down the aisle wearing her favorite red white and blue socks and rocked it!Whether you are planning a 4th of July wedding or just love the patriotic colors, there are so many different ways you can incorporate it into your celebration!
Photo credit: Adam Frazier
A-Marry-Can Martini Wedding Inspiration by Scheme Events (Las Vegas, NV)
Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed patriotic “A Marry Can” martinis then moved to the ballroom for dinner and dancing.
… Wasn’t that lovely? A very special shout out to all of our amazing wedding vendors who shared their patriotic wedding day inspiration with us for this fun, inspirational July 4 roundup post!
Happy a lovely Fourth of July,
~ the WeddingLovely team