Barnyard Birthday Bash
Farm animals and barnyard fun is such a fun birthday theme! This BARNYARD BIRTHDAY PARTY was designed by Laura of Live Smile Celebrate and showcases lots of party inspiration if you are planning on throwing a barnyard or farm animal party! From the animal cracker boxes to the milk bottles, every detail is darling! This is a great party theme if your little one has boys + girls coming to the party.
Laura shared the details of the KIDS TABLE: “For the table, I used a checkered fabric to cover the table to give it a farm feel. Each place setting had two square plates which I layered, with a sticker on the top plate. The silverware was wrapped in a holder, and placed with a crisscrossed folk and spoon. Each child was also given a regular or chocolate milk. The centerpieces were pail buckets filled with yellow jelly beans with birthday signs sticking out of them. Lastly, each chair had a cowboy hat for each child.”
Details of the FOOD TABLE: “The food was kept simple and appropriate for 2 year olds. We had an assortment of peanut butter, jelly, and fluff sandwiches. The sandwiches were wrapped in press and seal wrap, then wrapped in paper with a sticker label of what each sandwich was. Also served was animal crackers and goldfish crackers. Also served was water with lemon, and regular and chocolate milk in large milk bottles.” – Laura of Live Smile Celebrate
Details of the DESSERT TABLE: “I used a red and white polka dot fabric for the backdrop. I placed the Happy Birthday banner over the fabric. I created two barn silos using sonar tubes from my local hardware store. I spray painted them red and used strips of stock card to create the tops. The center of the table was placed with a wooden wheelbarrow filled with animal crackers. I used hay barrells for each side of the table. I put yellow swirly lollipops sticking out of one, and marshmallow pops in the other. Also on the table was a basket filled with cowtails, cow pails filled with carmel candies, carmel apples with sprinkles, and boxes of animal crackers. I made a small cake for the birthday boy to have for his special day. I created a fondant sheep topper which I’ve seen around the Internet. Instead of using all fondant, I cut mini marshmallows to make his body. I also made cupcakes which each had a cupcake topper.” Laura of Live Smile Celebrate
VENDORS + CREDITS
Venue: Peakaboo Children’s Center
Styling/Photography/Cake + Cupcakes: Live Smile Celebrate
Printables: Stockberry Studio
Animal Cracker’s & Cow Pails: Target
Hay barrells: Michaels
Paper Products, Wheelbarrow, Baskets: Christmas Tree Shops
Large Milk Bottles/Fabric: Walmart
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Thank you so much for the feature Courtney!!
A great, creative party!
Hi! This is so cute. My son will be two in August and wondering if you had any games, etc that you had setup for his party?