From fireworks and sparklers to parades and patriotic displays, Independence Day is full of traditions. Fourth of July will be here before we know it, but there is still time to add one more tradition to your annual festivity. Whether you are having a beach picnic or a backyard barbecue, make your party memorable by adding custom labels to the décor.

Red, White and Blue Refreshments

With all the outdoor celebrations that the fourth is known for, cold drinks are a must on any party thrower’s list. Nothing’s better than a cold drink on a hot day. We have all the beer, wine and liquor labels you need to make your refreshments patriotic and personalized. These labels will also work for non-alcoholic beverages such as root beer, water bottles and soft drinks.

Mason and Baby Food Jars

Party planners can be extremely creative with jars because they are easy to customize. They are ideal for holding silverware, sparklers or food. Score some presentation points with your guest by displaying jams, dips, potato salad, you name it in jars! Try smaller jars for side dishes or for favors that your guests can take home. Fries, fruit, chips or individual deserts will look and taste delightful. And mason jars make wonderful centerpieces too: add flowers, sand or colored rice.

Buckets, Bags and Containers

Decorative buckets, bags and containers combined with labels make fantastic decorations. Think candles and red, white and blue centerpieces! They are also great for serving food like popcorn, chips, veggies and ice cream! Or, you can go the activities route. Use buckets or bins for chalk, kid crafts and sparklers. For fun favors, create a unique design on matchboxes. Your visitors will get immediate use out of these when lighting sparklers or small fireworks.

What are your Fourth of July traditions? Where can you incorporate labels in your celebration? Tell us on our social media channels or by commenting below.

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