Gone Fishing Themed Birthday Party

Posted on May 23rd, 2013 by Kara
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This rustic GONE FISHING THEMED BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Laura Aguirre of LAURA’S little PARTY.

I love so many of the ideas and elements in this gone fishing party! My favorites are:
  • The fishing themed cookies
  • The waffle cones filled with goldfish cracker “trail mix”
  • The bait stand displaying the “catch of the day” sack lunches
  • and MORE!
Here’s what Laura said about planning the party- “Recently, my little guy Jordan {2 1/2 yrs old} has taken a liking to fishing. I recently purchased a fishing hat, and brought it home for him. Since then, he would tell me every day that he wanted to go fishing. I love making fun milestones into big celebrations, so I quickly put together a little fishing spread at a small lake near our house. I gathered some props, put together a few fun fishing elements, and even converted our lemonade stand into a “bait stand” that held the “catch of the day”: sack lunches, and milk bottles for lemonade.

S’mores bites, mini cupcakes, gold fish cracker “trail mix” and other treats were perfect for our little day trip to the lake. My dear friend Arlene, from She wears the crown made a batch of adorable cookies, especially for my little skipper!

Although he didn’t catch anything, he certainly had a great time casting his fishing line, and clomping around in his favorite boots, and fishing hat.”

Photography/Party styling/printables – LAURA’S little PARTY

Milk bottles, brown bags, polka dot snack cups – Kara’s Party Ideas Shop
Gone fishing cookies – She Wears The Crown

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


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