Look Whoo’s Turning One! 1st Birthday, Woodland Owl Party

Posted on May 20th, 2012 by Kara
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One look at this WOODLAND OWL 1ST BIRTHDAY PARTY submitted by Kim Spears of Kim Kalyn Photography and your heart will just melt…

Here is what Kim said about the party- “For Hayden’s first birthday we wanted to continue the owl theme from his nursery into his party details. In order to give the party a woodsy feel we incorporate rounds of wood and bark to display party treats. Ferns and other forest florals (provided by the amazing Rook and Rose Floral Boutique) were also displayed in glass vases and jars in different sizes and shapes. We purchased a special owl onesie as my son’s birthday outfit from We Choose Joy on Etsy. Another Etsy purchase was the adorable owl bunting (from Just A Squidge) that we tied to his fabric backdrop. His sweet owl invitations and thank you’s were designed by Little Pickle Photography and Design. Lastly, there were delicious owl themed goodies galore! Owl cookies, cupcakes, owl’s nests, and candy owl’s eggs were truly a hit. In order to carry on the outdoor element of his party, we gave Hayden a Dogwood Tree to plant in our yard as his first birthday gift.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Look Whoo’s Turning One! 1st Birthday, Woodland Owl Party

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  1. Sahara Tann

    Where ever did you find those cakes stands? I would love to find some like that. Any help would be most appreciated.

    Thank you. :)

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  2. Kim Spears

    We actually made the cake stands :) My dad cut me rounds of wood, I painted them, and my husband assembled them together. It was a collaborative effort ;)

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  3. Amberly

    Did you treat the wood with anything before painting it? Or the paint was enough? Thanks for the ideas!

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