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Drop a line and stay awhile, come see this adorable Gone Fishin’ birthday party and get inspired!
I had the honor of styling this adorable Gone Fishin’ party for some close friends. For three outdoorsy kiddos, this cute and colorful party was simply perfect. The beautiful woodsy park & the amazing weather made this birthday party unforgettable. From the blue “lake water” punch filled with bobbers, to the mini fishing poles used as cupcake toppers, this party was filled with tiny details that left huge smiles on three little boy’s faces.
We added a rustic backdrop to show off the colorful cupcakes. The shades of browns were the perfect way to show off that cute Little Fisherman Fish Paper Pennant Banner. You can replicate this backdrop yourselves: first, find a rustic wood palette ( stores usually throw these out, so you can probably get one for free. Ask a store manager at your local hardware store, go ahead ask!) Then, hang light brown, sheer curtains behind that palette! It that easy to add a little glam to your fishing dessert table.
The hanging bobbers were a fun craft that the kids got to make. Using Charmed white paper lanterns, the kids got to paint the bottom half with red paint. Didn’t they do a great job? Those turned out great!
One of my favorite details of the party were these adorable cupcake toppers. Are they not the cutest! Mini Fisherman Fishing pole cupcake picks.
We got creative and used ammo metal cases and suit cases to add some glam to the dessert table.
We used a wood palette as the backdrop, we added some hand-drawn signs & lots of other cute rustic details like lanterns, baskets & crates.
the adorable birthday boys
No backdrop needed for the food table, will you look at those glorious tree, stunning! We used fun details like this old ladder to hang the birthday banner.
the kids went wild for this sweet punch….the “Lake water” with floating bobbers was a hit!
we used fishing nets to hold the fish n’ chips…
..and tried to add a little detail in every table. These cute mason jar with mini fishing poles were used as centerpieces for the kids tables.
pictures by: Bowndless photography.