Eclectic Southwestern “Cowpoke” Themed Birthday Party

  • Table decorations

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  • Smash cake in a cast iron

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  • Smash cake in a cast iron with decorations surrounding

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  • Intricate details surrounding the smash cake

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  • Rope name

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  • Donuts stacked on a rustic tiered cake stand

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  • Donuts stacked on a rustic tiered cake stand

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  • Donuts stacked on a rustic tiered cake stand

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  • Table decoration with succulents and plants

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  • Donut holes surrounded by decorations

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  • Donuts served on a wooden cutting board

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  • A view of the table filled with donuts and the smash cake

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  • A view of the table filled with donuts and the smash cake

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  • A cactus and a horse print with surrounding decorations

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  • Donuts stacked together and table decorations

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  • Cowpoke's smash cake

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  • Pretzel rods served on top of leather strands

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  • Homemade trail mix

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  • A number "1" with southwestern bracelets

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  • Feathers displayed in a green vase

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  • A teepee with southwestern pillows and balloons

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  • A custom "On The Trail" mix sign on a small chalkboard

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  • "On The Trail" mix sign

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  • A cow's skull with a leather whip and an aloe vera plant

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Description

From the time Nash Hampton was in the womb, we called him our little "cowpoke". He always seemed to do what he wanted, when he wanted. When he was born and his personality began to bloom, "cowpoke" really defined his sweet soul SO well! He was an easy, go-with-the-flow baby and stayed that way up to this day. It only made sense for his first birthday to be COWPOKE themed!

When I began looking for inspiration and invitations, I couldn't find anything that fit my vision. I ended up designing his invitation on my own and creating my own vision for his birthday party.

For each party I throw, the small, intricate details are most important to me. Every decor item you see on came from antique stores, estate/garage sales, and things I collected over time to complete Nash's nursery (did you see his own branding iron with his initials?).

I wanted to only offer finger foods to keep things simple - just like life is on the trail. A cowpoke is always on the move and doesn't have time for dishes ;)

 

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