Organic Garden ‘You Pick’ Eco Friendly Party

Posted on July 6th, 2011 by Kara
Comments 8
My next winning party feature goes to this super unique ORGANIC ‘YOU PICK’ PARTY submitted by Elle Belle Creative. And that it is…CREATIVE! Stacey discovered a local hydroponic u-pick farm, First Fruits. Her daughter loved picking produce there so Stacey thought it would be the perfect place to have an end of school year celebration {including breakfast}. She knew it would be a great experience for the little ones, and something the parents would enjoy as well.
Photography byElemental Image.

Eco Friendly invites ordered from Rethink Ink.
Green square plates were purchased at Ikea. Vinyl name decals purchased fromLime Tree Gifts. Paper straws from Isa Kay Boutique.
Darling gardening aprons were made for each guest. Notice the cute little name tags with miniature clothespins purchased from here
Doilies {purchased from here} made up the table runner.
Overturned plant pots were used for seating…
The breakfast menu included orange juice, blueberries, muffins, applesauce, fresh berries with whipped cream, pudding “plants”, bagels and coffee.
Adorable Fawn and Gnome paper craft dolls purchased from here.
The little ones made strawberry shortcake at the party and went home with their buckets of ‘pickings’, a strawberry huller {purchased here}, their gardening apron, an envelope with the adorable gnome paper crafts inside and mason jars filled with fruit dip. Felt strawberries purchased from Mud and Twig.

8 thoughts on “Organic Garden ‘You Pick’ Eco Friendly Party

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  1. Heather - Chickabug

    Ooh, I *love* this party!! Supporting a local farm AND putting together an absolutely beautiful party – just wonderful. The little aprons and produce buckets are lovely details! (Love the dad's t-shirt, too!) : )

  2. Stacey - Elle Belle

    Thank you for posting my party Kara!

    Fun to see such nice comments, so glad you liked the party!

    B's Mommy, I made my little ones dress, embellished my not as little one's top, and an apron for me from Micheal Miller's gnoming around fabric. More on the details of what we wore in a future post on my blog.

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