Party Ideas {Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations} with @consumer_crafts

It is finally time y’all for my complete list of party ideas to make your cowboy birthday party a success.  I have tons of ideas and DIY decorations that will make your party a huge success.  Make a little boy happy in your life and throw him a cowboy bash he will never forget.  

Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
 

Lets start with the table decor.  The red checkered table covers that I used were actually sent to me from Consumer Crafts.  I love that they add a country feel.  
 
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
I made the monogrammed “M” for a table centerpiece.  It can also be used after the party in my son’s room. To make your own cowboy monogram you will need the following supplies (again most were sent to me from Consumer Crafts):
 
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
Use the paper to cover up both sides and the washi tape to cover the sides.  Then adhere the stickers to finish off your cowboy creation.  My son loves his and it looks great in his room now that the party is over.

 

Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
On the other side of the table I have a sign made for me by my friend Colleen from Just Paint It.  Head on over to her blog for details on getting some free cowboy party printables plus information on purchasing even more fun party supplies.  
 
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
I used some of our wild west toys to put in the center of the table.  My son said the bandanna needed to be green “like grass” so of course I got a green bandanna!  There are also punched stars out of paper scattered on the table.  The bandanna trimmed napkins are from Oriental Trading.
 
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
The garland I used is so super simple!  Just tie up some twine and hang some bandannas over it.  Yep they are not secured in any way.  Then I added cowboy hats on the ends of my curtain rod.  So super easy yet it looks great.
 
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
Of course we had to have party favors.  My DIY sock stick horses went home with every child that came.  Plus they got to play with them while they were at the party.
 
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
I had the stick horses waiting on the kids in an old rusty milk can.  
 
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
Each child also received a straw cowboy hat, a bandanna, and a stick on mustache.  The hats and mustaches came from Oriental Trading.  The bandannas are all from the Dollar Tree.
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas

I will tell you that everyone from kids to teens to adults had fun with the mustache and sideburn packages.  Be sure to order plenty cause they are hilarious!

Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas

I also love to customize the wrapping paper to my party theme.  I could not find any cowboy paper so I made some.

Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
I stamped some plain brown paper with a “SHERIFF” stamp I had.  Actually the birthday boy wanted to help so he made his own wrapping paper.  
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
All the details on the cowboy cake and cupcakes are in a post from yesterday.  Be sure to check out how to make this great cake.
 
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
Plus the cupcakes that went to school with the birthday boy.  
 
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas
 
All in all we had a great birthday party.  My little buckaroo had a rompin stompin time!
Cowboy Birthday Party Decorations and Ideas

I hope you enjoy these party ideas for your next cowboy birthday party.  My DIY decorations are easy for anyone to make and will look great for your next party.

 

Comments

  1. says

    I can’t believe there are no comments yet. What a fantastic project. Wish I had a little guy to do this for. So enjoy your blog Angie. Love it and visit every time I see a post from you even when I’m pushed for time. Happy Days

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