Vintage Americana 4th of July Party!

Fabulous Americana Inspiration + Photos for Fourth of July!

We are beyond thrilled to share this gorgeous 4th of July party with you! Touches of vintage style combine with the Americana theme to create a truly perfect summertime soiree. The food included an array of American favorites like hot dogs and caramel corn – yum! The talented Lia Griffith teamed up with party planner Lisa Frank to create many of the decorations and will be sharing their DIY details soon over here. She is also giving away FREE PRINTABLES for Invitation & Matchboxes! You can find the full set right here in Lia’s Etsy Shop! This is definitely a collection you could use every year and add new vintage details year-to-year!

We’re smitten to be able to share this 4th of July party with you, so grab your coffee and sit back to enjoy these beautiful pictures…

Fabulous Americana Inspiration + Photos for Fourth of July!

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The cute matchboxes alone are beyond fabulous (and remember, you can get them free right here on Lia’s site)! Some of my favorite DIY details? Felt pinwheels, paper medallions, fabric windsocks, felt strawberries, fabric + lace garland, kraft paper chip or snack pouch! All of these DIYs will be detailed out on Lia’s site over the next week so you can recreate the look!

Here’s a picture of the full printable set! Find it over here on Etsy!

Fourth of July Printables

CREDITS + RESOURCES:

Photos by Lia Griffith at liagriffith.com | DIY projects by Lisa Frank at pinterest.com/ljfrank  | Party invitation and printable by Lia Griffith at liagriffith.com

fabric:  fabric.com
craft felt, dowels, flat skewers, cardstock: Michaels
strawberry template

Recipes: cheesecake in a jar:  I Am Bakercaramel apple lattice pie cookiesblueberry and strawberry mini pies


Upcoming tutorial on liagriffith.com 

• felt pinwheels & paper pinwheels
• paper medallions
• fabric windsocks
• felt strawberries
• fabric + lace garland
• kraft paper chip or snack pouch

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  1. 1

    Lisa Frank says

    Courtney, thank you SO MUCH for featuring this party today! I had so much fun crafting and styling it with Lia Griffith at my parents’ lovely country house outside of Portland, OR. We had to keep rescheduling it for almost a week to avoid the rain, but such is life in the beautiful Pacific NW. :)

    There are so many darling handcrafted details that we can’t wait to share with everyone in our upcoming tutorials at liagriffith.com. I think the fabric windsocks and felt strawberries are my favorite unique touches! I find such joy in crafting and styling parties and this is my first time being featured– it’s such a thrill. Thanks again! :)

    Lisa Frank
    pinterest.com/ljfrank

    • 2

      says

      Oh, such lovely memories every time I look back at these photos. I just wanted to update my info, since this party was before I started my blog. You can now see my party ideas and DIY craft tutorials at Handcrafted Parties (handcraftedparties.com), or on Instagram @lisafrankparties. Thanks again for featuring this celebration, Courtney! :)

  2. 5

    Lee Ann says

    What great ideas! Makes me think of small town parades, kids, friends & family…..ok – throw some good food in there too (I love to think about good food!). Your ideas are so inspiring, even for those of us who aren’t quite as DIY as you are!

    • 6

      Lisa Frank says

      Thanks, Lee Ann! Indeed, that was our inspiration! We shot this at my parents’ house in the country and every 4th of July we line up our chairs at the bottom of their driveway where an all-American small town parade gets started. Picture decorated tractors, homemade floats, kids on bikes and horseback, vintage cars and the local fire department all out to celebrate! Everyone in the parade throws candy to the spectators–it’s better than Halloween! :)

    • 8

      Lisa Frank says

      Thank you, Jenny! Lia and I had a blast with this one…can’t wait for the next party too. :) I follow your blog and thought your rainbow chevron s’mores boxes and the Let’s Play Ball party this week were fabulous!!

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