“YEE-HAW!” Mount your horse and tug on the reins, this Cowgirl Birthday Party Roundup, is adorably insane!
Kissed with flowers, girly sweets and western decor; this darling party submitted by Becky Hart of Event Crush
, out of Creswell, Oregon, USA, will leave you wanting more!
So grab your hats and click your heels, these party ideas are worth the steals:
- Cute fringe and paisley cowgirl cake
- Rustically chic “Hey Y’all” entrance
- Cowgirl hats adorned with floral crowns
- Beautiful chalkboard signs
- Sweets and snacks place on/over pink and purple bandanas
- And more!
Photography: Stevi Sayler Photography
Cakes: Soft Peaks Cakery
Florals: Gypsy Bleu Arts & Florals
Invitation: Inspired Design by Kristin
Linen rental: Parties to Go
Venue: Oak Knoll Acres
Planning, coordination, styling: Event Crush
Videography: Jody Hart
Cowgirl Birthday Party Roundup
Cowgirl Birthday Party Roundup Details:
This is what Becky shared about the party- “My daughter’s birthdays are almost exactly 3 years apart. So we decided to throw them a double party for their first and fourth birthdays! My 4 year old Addy LOVES horses so we went with a whole cowgirl theme. I’ve been calling her “cowgirl Addy” since she was around one year old. Ive been wanting to do a cowgirl party for a while, but last year I was SUPER pregnant so that party was pretty simple haha
As an event/wedding planner myself, I already had tons of decor on hand which made it easy to bring all of the details together. I chose a local barn venue (Oak Knoll Acres) that I had done weddings at. It provided the perfect rustic backdrop for this cowgirl fete. The party colors were pink, purple, and white with some sparkly gold accents. The main cowgirl themed details I incorporated were pink and purple bandanas, mason jars for drink glasses, sugar cookies in boot and hat shapes that I made the night before, painted horse shoes, and the gorgeous cowgirl cake that Soft Peaks Cakery made. One of my very favorite details of the party were the floral crowns that Gypsy Bleu Floral Arts created to go on the girls’ cowgirl hats! I still can’t get over how cute they turned out.
There were LOTS of kids coming to the party! So I wanted to have plenty of fun things to keep them entertained. I printed out horse and cowgirl themed coloring pages. Plus, I even had some custom coloring pages of Addy and Emmy that a friend designed for me. I put several on those on each of the guest tables along with tin purple buckets of crayons for the kids to color when we were inside doing cake.
The weather was beyond perfect that day! So everyone spent the majority of time outside in the sun. My husbands family owns a mini horse, Dippi, so she became the star of the show. They decked her out with pink glitter and sparkles and she was a HUGE hit. For activities, we had a version of horse shoes (large plastic horse shoes painted purple, pink, and gold) that the kids threw in to hula hoops at various distances. We had tons of stick horses and cowgirl/boy hats for the kids to get dressed up in and run around with. I think the most popular activity (especially with the boys) was a steer head in a bale of hay that the kids practiced lassoing/roping with. I had a photo booth set up as well with fun cowgirl props, but everyone was having so much fun outside, it hardly got used!”
Also, be sure to check out a super cute and fun video, from the day of the party, here and these cowgirl party ideas here!
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