Thursday, March 15, 2012

Cowboy and Cowgirl Party - Part 2 ~

Kids Birthday | Party Inspiration

So I thought I would post some of the details from the Cowboy Cowgirl Birthday Party. 
It was a great theme! All the kiddos, both boys and girls, had a great time.

The dessert table was super fun to decorate - thanks Mom sooo much for helping!

My Mom made Rodeo S'More Pops - I mean really what cowboy party is complete without them?

They are super simple and they were such a hit! 
I really had no idea how popular they would be. 


To make these super easy dessert sticks, all you need is:
Graham Crackers, Melted Chocolate Chips, Large Marshmallows and Cake Pop Sticks.

image from gimme some oven

We had City Slicker Suckers that each kiddos got to take home. When I bought these online I thought they would be much larger, but the size worked.

The white tulips were perfect for the color scheme and my Mom had a the great idea to add sticks to the vase for that "rustic look".



For the High Noon Saloon backdrop, I attached a large stick from my backyard.
(I have even used it here for a shower and here for a Superbowl party)
My Mom and I wrapped the stick with some burlap ribbon and lasso rope. Then added a few details in with the hat, bandana and printable.

And every great party needs a little ale...Lone Ranger Ale of course.

For the glasses I bought a couple packages of mason jars and purchased some red and white paper straws. And we only had one glass break - not bad!

To add to the "western" theme, we had a few moo-cow balloons hanging around.

The gift bags were super easy.
I simply used brown lunch bags and attached the label with a little jute.

I customized each thank you card by adding each kid's Wanted Poster shot and name.
Which turned out super cute!

All the hoodlums had fun.

And we enjoyed all the smiles.


Had to do it...

You can see more here.

Source:
Happy Birthday Banner - Hobby Lobby
Hay Bails - Hobby Lobby
Bandana Napkins - Hobby Lobby
Cow Balloons - Hobby Lobby
Cowboy Hats - Oriental Trading
Bandanas - Oriental Trading
Lasso Rope - Home Depot
Red Swirl Suckers - Amazon
Red Swirl Paper Straws - Amazon 
Mason Jars - Grocery Store
Photo Thank You Cards - My design, Printed at Costco
Invitation and Printables - Me (Inspired my Dixie Delights)

Be sure to check out my Shabby Apple Dress Giveaway going on right now!

Linked to:
Weekend Wrap Up Party at Tatertots and Jello

7 comments:

Bonnie @ Uncommon said...

Ok...precious!!! The cow balloons are adorable! You guys did an awesome job! The s'mores are genious!! Just stinkin' cute!!! Wouls love for you to share this at our Uncommonly Yours link party! Bonnie ;)

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Charity Donovan said...

So flippin' cute! =)

Theblondesquad said...

Fantastic post! Love it! I have absolutely NO reason to have a cowgirl party, but darn it, I'm going to think of one! :)-Amanda

Kathy Shea Mormino said...

I would like to invite you to join me at the Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week! http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2012/11/clever-chicks-blog-hop-10.html

I hope you can make it!
Cheers,
Kathy Shea Mormino
The Chicken Chick

Nita Digirolamo said...

A cowboy and cowgirl party is definitely a great theme because a lot of kids want to become a cowboy/cowgirl. Your desert table is definitely the highlight of this party! There’s no doubt that you all had a great time.

Nita Digirolamo

Carlene Boley said...
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Carlene Boley said...

Who doesn’t love cowboy themed parties? I think they’re one of the most creative party ideas you can throw for your kid’s birthday. I threw one a year ago and the kids said they all felt like they’ve been part of the Wild Wild West.

Carlene Boley

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