Girly Cowgirl Farm Themed Birthday Party

Posted on May 31st, 2012 by Kara
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I’m lovin’ this good ole’ GIRLY FARM THEMED BIRTHDAY PARTY submitted by Amber LeBlanc of Fashionably Baked!

Amber said- “There weren’t many details that were left out for my daughter’s 5th birthday party. The burlap, mini bales of hay, and chocolate mustaches were just a few of the details that made this a COWGIRL party to remember!

The cake was simple. I made a few strings of mini bunting flags and wrapped a wooden number 5 with some jute. The hankies I used throughout the party (seen under the cake and used to place the cowgirl cookies on top of) were from Fabric Depot. 

In addition to all of the different cookies I made, we had “Happy Trails Mix” with little jute favor bags that I hand stamped with a horseshoe. All burlap and jute bags I purchased from Online Fabric Store. We also had Banana Pudding Shooters with bamboo spoons tied with a ribbon to each shooter that I got from Shop Bakers Nook.The Blueberry Pie Pops were made using Bakerella’s tutorial.
The cowboy prop took quite some time to paint, but was the perfect touch to have all the kiddos looking like real cowboys.
For the invitation I printed it on an ivory cardstock, ripped it all the way around, and placed it on a burlap background. Inspired by Lulu’s Cowgirl Chic Birthday on Hostess with the Mostess.”
Free standing party frame, square mason jars with daisy cut lids, push pop containers, paper straws, burlap horseshoe bags- All available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop

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7 thoughts on “Girly Cowgirl Farm Themed Birthday Party

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  1. Alexandra

    where do you get the invitations? I notice you said you printed them, but did you have a template or used specific fonts?

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