Cowboy Western 1st Birthday Party

Posted on January 23rd, 2012 by Kara
Comments 37

Saddle up! This Yee Haw COWBOY WESTERN 1ST BIRTHDAY PARTY submitted by Tara Skinner of Posh Petals and Pearls will knock your boots off! I love the aqua and red color scheme. All the details of this party are incredible!

Here is what Tara said about the party- “My son, Jackson, turned one on November 30, 2011 and his party was Western themed. I am a wedding and event planner and plan tons of weddings and parties but it was a blast to plan something for my own child this time! Most of the details were handmade by me and my mom.”

Paper styling- Emma J Designs
Photography- Erin Rene Photography


37 thoughts on “Cowboy Western 1st Birthday Party

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  1. Hamptontoes

    Absolutely adorable! Besides all of the amazing details I love that the mom did sandwiches and apple sauce. I've done that many times…shaped sandwiches (done with cookie cutters), yogurt, applesauce, fresh fruit…the kids devour it! Wow…love this party!

    1. Ronna

      Would you mind telling me where you got the invitations? I found it on pinterest and fell in love now i cant find it! :(

  2. Tara Skinner

    The cowboy sign said:

    May your belly never grumble,
    May your heart never ache,
    May your horse never stumble,
    May your cinch never break.

  3. Tara Skinner

    Amy… I got mine from Kroger. They are the kroger brand frap and the labels aren't stuck on the bottle like the starbucks ones are. They ran specials on them occassionaly and I would stock up. I ended up paying $4 for 6 bottles when I got them on sale.

  4. Amy D Wehr

    Thanks Tara…I was hoping there was a vendor somewhere! Super Cute Party. I have three parties this next month, I hope at least one gets featured!

  5. Sarah Spear

    I love this idea! Please tell me where you got the cowboy/birthday hat with the 1 on it? I would love to have this for my son!


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