Red, White and Blue Drinks for 4th of July (And 100+ other ideas!)

Red-White-and-BlueHi guys! We’ve teamed up with over 100 of your favorite bloggers to share an AMAZING roundup of 4th of July Inspiration! (Keep reading to see the entire list below.) First, here is what we contributed to the list- Red, White and Blue Drinks for 4th of July:


How fun are these? This idea is going to change the way you serve drinks at parties forever. Seriously, you won’t believe how EASY these drinks are to throw together. And they are so festive- they can go with whatever holiday or event you are celebrating. Here is how you make them…


  • Choose 3 different colored drinks.
  • Fill a cup with ice.
  • Pour the most sugary drink first.
  • Pour the second-most sugary drink next and pour very slowly. Make sure the drink drizzles directly onto the ice. If you pour it straight into the first layer of liquid without hitting the ice the colors will mix.
  • Pour the last drink on top, again making sure you pour slowly and directly over the ice.
  • Serve & enjoy!


I absolutely love Independence Day for all it means to my family and our country. And when you add some festive color to your celebrations, it becomes that much sweeter! Here are the rest of the ideas- enjoy!

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Wife, mom of 5, and creator of Somewhat Simple, Stephanie has a passion to create and inspire. She is an Orange County transplant who is now enjoying life in Phoenix, AZ. She enjoys traveling, shopping, organizing, cooking and creating simple projects for her home and family.
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  1. Wow! such a fun idea!!!

  2. Crystal says:

    Love it!! Pinned :)

  3. Any chance you could give some suggestions as to what drinks to use?

  4. Rachel @ R & R Workshop says:

    OH yummy!! Cant wait to try this!!! :)

  5. Cute idea! I would have never thought to do this :)