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Fall Party Themes

With Fall here birthday themes can take on a new direction for the season. Owls, pumpkins and leaves make their way into party themes, and with a pop of color, it can be a new twist on a traditional theme.

Pumpkin parties are always a hit! But how about mixing in an unexpected color like this blue.


photo from Amy’s Parties Ideas

Barnyard parties are so much fun! Make a classic party pop with farm-friendly elements. Hay bales, milk served in bottles or canning jars and chalkboard food tags all get your guests right into the spirit.

A spooky “Owl Be 2 Soon!” party theme is a fun way to celebrate during the holiday months. Add in birch wood to your tablescape, and make foods to coordinate with the theme. Green Goblin Goo jello and chocolate mini owl pops are fun treats to serve.

Who has a fall baby and what theme will you be planning this year?

  • http://www.facebook.com/kimmy.doraine Kimmy Doraine

    Oh, the blue amidst the blacks and the oranges is a bit of a surprise. But a pleasant surprise nonetheless.

  • http://www.facebook.com/alison.mar.7 Alison Mar

    I think a fall theme would be challenging. When you say fall, people usually think of orange and black and other dry earth colors. But if you want to make it a bit more colorful, then that’s where the challenge comes in.

  • Lisapeck

    I just fell in love with that pumpkin party from Amy’s Parties Ideas! Fun yet traditional at the same time.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jillian.scotts Jillian Scotts

    Love the “Owl Be 2 Soon!” party. I think those ghost treats (cookies?) popping out of the little black buckets are just so adorable.

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