Are you ready for Luke’s 3rd birthday party?!!! I have been just itching to get this blog post up! As you know, I go a little bit all out for little man’s birthday parties. For year one we had his Vintage County Fair birthday party (click here to view). For year two we had his Mini Masterpiece Art birthday party (click here to view).
Now it’s time for a Tribal Camping Birthday Party!
Daddy Russ got in the party spirit as well! He made four amazing life-size teepees! The kids had so much fun in them and they really were the perfect backdrop for the party. For an activity the kids actually painted the teepees. They are made of plywood and dollar store white sheets!
These invitation by DeanWorks Custom Card Designs were what actually inspired the whole event! From the color palette, tribal accents and teepees!
This is the FIRST year that I didn’t make Luke’s cake! I just honestly didn’t have time. But you don’t have to splurge on a really expensive cake! I got this yummy chocolate cake at HEB and then made the toppers out of cardstock!
The cake table! Filled with camping accessories, cookies, granola bars, photos, lanterns are more.
You can’t go camping without some trail mix! I did a little DIY trail mix bar filled with Luke’s favorites: granola, nuts, chocolate chips, pretzels and more yumminess!
Everyone filled their handmade goody bags with their own trail mix variety.
These cookies absolutely blew me away!! They were provided by Ivy Lane Bakery. She was so wonderful to work with! I called her very last minute and she whipped these up for me in no time! If you are in San Antonio and in need of custom cookies I highly recommend her!
Aren’t the little arrow cookies ADORABLE?!!! And they were delicious too!
Utensils were even cutely packaged. These are brown lunch bags that I cut in half and then hand-stamped using white paint. Very easy and affordable!
I made the favor bags as well using brown lunch bags. They were very easy to make. Just punch out your favorite shape then hole punch the corners. Then run twine through the flags to create your garland. Lastly, hole punch your bags and tie the twine in the inside.
Another camping staple….Smores! I made mini smore bags for everyone to take home with them.
Hope you loved the party as much as I did! Stay tuned for Part 2 TOMORROW!
This is my sTORI being written as you read. – Love, Mommy Tori