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A western party theme for a cow-loving girl.
We all know that saying, “It’s not my first rodeo.”
Well if not the first, how about the second? After all, it’s only her second birthday.
This little girl loves her pig and cow stuffed animals. So we knew we had to have a party that would include them! Farm, rodeo and western party themes all fit the bill!
I found this perfect dress at a thrift store, as well as the frame of this sign (🙌🏼 Score!)
And so, the farm western party theme became the perfect fit 🤠
The sunflowers were made with yellow tissue paper, then hung as a valance to tie in with the sunflower centerpieces! 🌻
Next, I added tinfoil pie tins to the top as plates. The tin tied in perfectly with the galvanized pieces!
I added a coordinating red checker ribbon around the necks of these milk bottles to tie it all together!
Practical decor for a group of toddlers, without neglecting the aesthetic 🙌🏼
I used Mason jars as vases, and added in these sunflowers to brighten up the colors and maintain a fun and western feel! After all, this was a party for a color-loving toddler 😅
I created the centerpieces with stacked hay bales!
Giveaway bags were made to look like cow faces, with a milk bottle-shaped ‘thank you’ tag! 🐮🥛 They were the perfect favor bag for a farm or western party theme!
I love the contrast of the cow and checker print, so I incorporated it where possible. It came out udder-ly adorable, if I do say so myself! 🤪
You can find a cow print tablecloth like this one at Mardel, Target, or Amazon!
These delicious – and cute – cookies were made by a very talented friend of mine. 🐥
A well-decorated cookie can make such a big impact on a food table!
On the food table, I created and labeled a vegetable garden, pigs in a blanket, and a “chicken feed” Chex mix. 🐔
The ”chicken feed” was a hit, but I wasn’t surprised!
Wherever the food is, is always the place to be! A handmade sign on the table encouraged all of our guests to ‘pig out’ 🐷
Everything on the table was in galvanized containers so as to give it that more rustic feel.
This little toddler loved all the details, and so did her guests!