Garner a horse and rope the cattle, this Wild West Birthday Party is making quite the rattle!
Submitted and styled by Carolina Villarreal of MINT Event Design, out of Austin, Texas; this darling occasion id packed with ideas perfect for any round-up!
I love so many elements featured in this event, but here are a few that have my boots a clickin’:
- Wild West Cowboy Cake
- Rope name banner displayed on wood pallets
- Burlap and bandand pennant banner
- Covered wagon grub hub
- Bandana runners
- And last, but not least, awesome western themed sweets!
Wild West Birthday Party
Wild West Party Details:
This is what Carolina shared about the party- “I am excited about sharing this Wild West party celebrating Eli’s 2nd birthday!
This party involved a lot of DIY projects which I always love to do because it really makes the party unique and sets it away from others.
I started by welcoming the guests with an entry arch made by Oriental Trading. Along with this, I set up a small table where guests were able to sign a book, grab a bandana, and join the party.
Cute centerpieces were placed on the kid and adult tables, and buckets were filled with popcorn and others with peanuts.
A “Watering Hole” station was set up for the guests to grab a drink. A variety of refreshments were served and I added a cute chalkboard, made by Lettered In Love, for a special touch.
The Dessert table was a big hit! Everybody loved the backdrop and all the details on it. The desserts were specially selected to match the theme, even the pretzels sticks were decorated to look like cactus!
Wagon Wheels and More
I also made a cute wagon where I set up the food, it was completely hand-made, but it turned out awesome! I also added a nice burlap banner along with a red lantern to add some color.
All graphic design was made by Custom Mae’d. Some accessories I used are from Oriental Trading and the desserts were made by Sheila’s Sweet Shoppe.”
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