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Western Cowboy Birthday Party

This fall we celebrated my nephew’s second birthday with a western cowboy birthday party. My sister had a couple different ideas in mind but eventually settled on the theme since he loves his rocking horse and the vintage Red Ryder Horse we have at our house.  

Western Cowboy Party

After a little convincing we moved her kitchen table outside and set the dessert table up in front of her shed in the back yard – I couldn’t be happier with how everything turned out.

Western Cowboy Party

Creating a dessert table can be a little tricky when the guest of honor has an egg and peanut allergy. My sister found a wonderful road side stand that sells homemade pies and was able to order them with no egg wash. I made the s’more pops using oversize and regular marshmallow and we put my mom in charge of the haystacks. She substituted the peanut butter for sun-butter {made from sunflower seed} it surprisingly tasted the same.

Cowboy Party

Western Cowboy Invitation

The invitations are printed on brown craft paper to give it that “vintage look”

Western Cowboy Party Favors

Each buckaroo received there own cowboy hat and survival kit {s’mores} as a party favor

Cowboy Party Games

The kids were entertained in true cowboy fashion with a shooting range – nurf guns and tin cans, pony rides via the rocking horse and vintage Red Rider Pony, plus a camp fire

Western Cowboy Birthday

If you are interested in having your own Western Cowboy Party check out all the printable items now available in the shop.

Printable Set: Printable Studio by 505 Design, Inc
Photos: 505 Design, Inc
Cow Print Balloons: Party Adventure
Bandanna print fabric and ribbon:  Hobby Lobby
Metal Tins: Target
Cowboy Hats: The Dollar Store
Wanted Picture Frame &  Bronze Horse:  Garden Ridge

thanks for stopping by y’all;) Cathy C.

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