This fantastic TRIBAL + CAMPING FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Erica Kopp of Splendid Things.
Oh my goodness; this party is too cute! I absolutely love the modern and fun feel obtained in it by using chevron patterns and golden animal figurines! I also love the adorable printables and tags! This party is so fun and has so many cute ideas that could work perfectly for a birthday party or playdate!
The Tribal + Camping party ideas and elements to look for from this darling event are:
- The cute place settings
- The darling s’more bar
- The cute TeePee decorations made from paper
- The cute golden animal name tag holders
- The darling tribal painted pots
- The adorable backdrop with embroidery hoop dream catcher type decorations
- The darling tribal head bands
- The cute arrow straw toppers
- The darling stationery
- and MORE!
Photography by Kristy Jean Photography
Tribal + Camping Party Details:
This is what Erica said about planning/styling the party- “Party planning has always been a hobby of mine. SO when my baby boy’s 1st birthday was coming up, of course I wanted to throw a party! When deciding the theme, I wanted to do something manly, trendy, modern and fun. My husband loves camping and the outdoors so it started out as a camping themed party. After picking boyish colors, picking out some cute tribal leggings for him to wear, it went from being a manly camping theme with a mix of my style. I started out painting some pots and buying some succulents for decoration. I already had a big letter “S”(for Sawyer) that I spray painted a metallic gold. I found some fun fabrics, bought some embroidery hoops and turned them into dreamcatchers. With the help of my husband we made some A-frame tents for the kids to play in. For the kid table, I made some place settings, including: metallic gold woodland animal place card holders, mini teepees, and some clay feather napkin holders. I wanted some themed pictures of the birthday boy to display around the party. My husband was a good sport and woke up early one morning, packed up the teepees and some props, and went up to the canyon to take some pics with me. We had our work cut out for us when our little boy wanted to do anything but to sit still for the camera. We caught a couple of good ones and called it good! They were framed at the party for the guests to enjoy. I made some feather headbands for the kids to wear and some jars full of candy with metallic woodland creatures on top as favors for the kids to take home. I was really happy with how everything came together. The day of the party we set up the tents, added a little camp fire bar, put together the kids table, and put chairs around the campfire. Family came and celebrated with us which was the most important of all”.
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