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4th of July Flowers

Celebrate our country's independence with patriotic flowers, grown sustainably on flower farms!

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Red, White, and Blue Flowers

Don’t show up to your first in-person gathering in a year empty-handed! Add a little something extra with 4th of July flower decorations? Let freedom ring (and bloom!) with a patriotic arrangement from this colorful and celebratory collection. And, our 4th of July flowers fall in line with values you can be proud of –– all our flowers are sourced from farms that use eco-friendly, sustainable farming practices and offer fair wages and benefits, like childcare, to their employees.


Blue Patriotic Flowers

  • Tulips

  • Irises

  • Hydrangea

  • Blue Thistle


White Patriotic Flowers

  • Lilies

  • Daisies

  • Roses

  • Tulips


Red Patriotic Flowers

  • Roses

  • Carnations

  • Gerbera Daisies


4th of July Flower Decorations

So, as you’re planning your July 4th BBQ, don’t forget to deck out your picnic table or blanket with a red, white, and blue floral arrangement or another of our summer-friendly bouquets. If you’re looking to spread the love around the table, you can pull out single stems and set them in bud vases for a balanced, bright look that makes your outdoor dining table into a fireworks display of color! Our selection of chic floral arrangements makes it easy to elevate your 4th of July party decor.

Celebrate Independence Day

If you’re looking for other ways to make your celebration a little more “star-spangled,” check out our July 4th summer mixtape for a playlist of party-perfect tracks to put on as you flip burgers, play volleyball, or hit the highway on your next road trip adventure. Happy 4th of July! Our mixtapes go great with any bouquet you select.


FAQ

What are good July 4th Flowers?

Red roses, white lilies, and blue tulips. Any flowers that can be combined into red, white, and blue make great 4th of July flower arrangements.


When did the tradition of fireworks on the 4th of July start?

July 4th, 1777. On the very first Independence Day celebration in Philadelphia, fireworks were launched to commemorate the occasion. Fireworks have been used in 4th of July celebrations ever since then.


How do you decorate for the 4th of July?

A centerpiece with a flag and red, white, and blue flowers makes a memorable and eye-catching tablescape for 4th of July barbeques. All you have to do is arrange your red, white, and blue flowers in the vase, then just add a flag to the center. This simple and fresh centerpiece will be a hit at any bbq.