DIY Fourth of July Centerpiece

4th of july party ideasThe 4th of July is almost here and if you’re looking for DIY party ideas, you’ll love this simple red, white, and blue project. Make your own Fourth of July centerpiece!

Fourth of July FlowersI’m a little obsessed with always having fresh flowers around and having fresh blooms for special occasions is a non-negotiable in my book. So when I learned about Blooms By The Box and their wholesale flower delivery I was really eager to try out their services. They promised fresh flowers at affordable prices and boy did they deliver! Their DIY 4th of July Backyard Party Pack arrived and was gorgeous!

My box arrived meticulously packaged (and cool!) full of  White Cushion Mums, Red Fancy Carnations, and the most stunning Dark Blue Delphiniums. I decided to put together a couple centerpieces — one for a little party decor and the other to give as a hostess gift.

DIY Fourth of July Centerpiece

4th of july decorI chose two square white vases (I picked them up at the local craft store on sale for $2 each!) and I painted one side with a little chalkboard paint (this will come in to play later).

Next, I added water and flower food to each one and then made a grid on the top of the vase using scotch tape. This will provide a little structure to my arrangement (don’t worry you won’t be able to see the tape when we’re done).

4th of july decorI decided I wanted to have a bit of a color-blocking look to the arrangements so I added in sections of blooms in groups or red and white. About 6-7 flowers make a good sized grouping.

Once my groups of red carnations and white mums were in place, I inserted a blue delphinium to pull together that red, white, and blue look. I repeated for the second arrangement.

4th of july party ideasI was so impressed with the quality of the flowers. I have no doubt these will be looking just as great a few days from now!


Be sure to check out Blooms By The Box and let the DIY flower arranging begin!

-You might also want to read my 4 tips for how to keep cut flowers fresh.

-Looking for more patriotic party ideas? Check out these 4th of July recipes.

This post was created in collaboration with Blooms By The Box. All thoughts are my own.

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12 Comments on DIY Fourth of July Centerpiece

  1. Carmen
    June 25 at 10:35 am (4 years ago)

    Seriously love this! I feel like IG is full of gorgeous blooms that never appear at my local shopping market, so I’m all about offering online. Thanks for the resource!

    • Tori
      June 25 at 10:38 am (4 years ago)

      Right?! I’m about 90 minutes from the nearest flower mart which is not convenient. Love that these can be delivered straight to my door!

    • Tori
      June 25 at 10:52 am (4 years ago)

      Thanks Keisha!

  2. sharon garofalow
    June 25 at 11:19 am (4 years ago)

    These are awesome Tori!! I can’t wait to check the flower company out! They sound amazing!

  3. laura - eye candy creative studio
    June 25 at 12:37 pm (4 years ago)

    I love love love fresh flowers and will be giving these guys a look as anything you can get delivered is a sweet deal. LOVE the vases and your idea to use the chalkboard area – great idea!

    • Tori
      June 25 at 2:17 pm (4 years ago)

      Thanks Laura!

  4. Melissa
    June 26 at 9:45 am (4 years ago)

    Such fun patriotic flowers! Heading over to learn more about this flower company, love me some fresh flowers. :)

  5. Chris @ Celebrations At Home
    June 26 at 10:41 am (4 years ago)

    These are super cute, Tori! Just love the chalk board detail. Will have to check out the flowers too – I need fresh ones all the time!

  6. Alana {Blooms by the Box}
    June 26 at 12:39 pm (4 years ago)

    WOW! Tori, these look awesome! This pack was designed to do exactly what you did. And you did amazing!

  7. Carrie Harris
    June 27 at 9:43 am (4 years ago)

    Gorgeous, I love blue delphinium…the color is so lovely.

    • Tori
      June 27 at 10:38 am (4 years ago)

      Carrie, yes! I love the intensity of the color :)


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