Horse Themed 2nd Birthday Party

Posted on January 11th, 2013 by Kara
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This beautiful HORSE THEMED 2ND BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Manda McGrath of Once Upon My Life. There are so many precious details and ideas here!

Manda said this about planning the party- “My sweet niece, Fabienne Joy, turned two last month. My sister thought a horse theme party would be perfect since Fabienne loves horses. Their family moved into a beautiful farm house in the country, and right across the street – horses! Ever since the move and daily walks past their new ‘neigh’bors {couldn’t resist!} – Fabs has been smitten. My sister and brother-in-law also have a great old barn that was perfect for hosting the party in. We had so much fun planning and throwing this party.

The lace doily & burlap bunting and scrap fabric bunting were made by Caitlin. The happy birthday banner was one I had made a couple of years ago and we reuse at our parties. My husband made the scoop we used in the caramel popcorn. The paper straws were found at Target. We wrapped assorted glass jars with lace and twine and put tea lights in them. My little sister made the painted horse banner and mailed it from California for us to use at the party. We also made pony print dresses and a skirt using the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess.”

Party Styling, Cake & Desserts: Manda McGrath

Photography: Caitlin McGrath Photography

Invitations: Justin Michau

Appetizers & Snacks: Marla Michau

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Cupcake Liners

Jute Twine

Striped Paper Straws

Milk Bottles




4 thoughts on “Horse Themed 2nd Birthday Party

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  1. Wendy

    I love the rustic feel and all the pretty details of this party. The pictures are amazing and that little girl is beyond adorable!


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