Friday, March 21, 2014

Max's COWBOY Birthday!


On Saturday, Happy Everything Events headed to Rose Park in Georgetown for Max's 1st Cowboy Birthday Party. We loved working with Mommy Amanda to create the perfect theme for this sweet birthday boy who loves 
wearing bandanas.

There was a perfect fence in the park for the "Happy Birthday Max" pennant banner, that matched the subtly cowboy/vintage style of the invitations.

 We designed water bottle labels to celebrate the special day, too.

 The cow print paper straws were adorned with matching flags.


The amazingly talented baker, Jessica Beardsley, made some special treats for the big day!
Check out her beautiful cowboy cake (and that 3d bandana is too cute for words).

And these gorgeous cookies of cowboy hats, cowboy boots and little "M" stars were the perfect favors for guests, young and old. She even tied them off with bandana ribbon to match.


The amazing food table was full of barbecue, deviled eggs, dips and even a few things for the little ones (Cheerios, brilliant!) The matching food labels were left blank so that we could write on them that day
for the continually growing menu.



For favors, we made s'more packs with graham crackers, Hershey bars and marshmallows. Then, we tied them up in bandanas with this fun favor tag: "Thanks for making my birthday S'MORE fun! -Max"


Here are the favors at the party, with the matching "Happy Trails" sign.


For the little buckaroos, Mommy Amanda wanted a fun activity for them at the party. 

 These inflatable horses were set-up for the children guests to play with and get in the cowboy spirit during the party.

 Mommy Amanda ordered this adorable chalkboard sign from a vendor on Etsy and we hung it in the tree, near the picnic area.
 Below the chalkboard sign, they set up a comfy crawling area for the little ones and cowboy hats for the older guests.

 The cow print and red balloons added a special touch to the party and allowed guests to see where the party was in the park. 

 The birthday boy had a great party and sported his cowboy hat and bandana 
as he celebrated with guests.



Interested in a similar party? Let us know. We'd love to help you design your perfect party!




Lindy

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