Wild West Birthday Theme
Wrangle up the guests and throw a Wild West-inspired, morning birthday party that’s anything but old-fashioned.
Welcome your guests into the charming world of the Old West by setting your table with everything a little rodeo rascal could want. Display cowboy costumes, county fair food, and decorative cacti so that your guests are busting out of their boots to get in on the fun.
Keep the kids from hankerin’ for more by preparing plenty of apple juice tied up in screen-printed muslin gold rush bags. Use large, striped straws to draw the eye, and tie each bag up with rustic-looking string.
A hardworking rancher needs fuel, and a classic sweet & savory trail mix will do the trick. Tuck the trail mix into mini lunch bags and tie them with twine for a delicious, genuine country treat.
Nothing says “county fair” like a donut-on-a-stick, and no country breakfast is ever complete without cheesy grits. Serve the donut holes using long craft sticks, and use 4oz coffee cups and wooden forks (affixed with fabric tape) to dish out the grits.
Children love to dig for treasure, and dusting cupcakes with glittery fool’s gold sanding sugar is the perfect invitation to dig in. Place the cupcakes in little bandana baking cups, and create picks using card stock cutouts of bulls’ heads to make believe that bulls are guarding the golden treasures.
Don’t end the party until all the little cowboys and cowgirls are outfitted in the West’s finest handkerchiefs, cowboy hats, mustaches and sheriff’s badges. Playing dress-up will bring your guests into the fantasyland of the Wild, Wild West.
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