CowBOY Baby Shower

This Cowboy Baby Shower was originally hosted by Un-Organized Mom.

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I love the down home feel of this baby shower. The Un-Orgainzed mom really used some practical items to add to her shower’s decor. Who would think to actually use a stick horse in the cake? SHE DID! She even made a quilt to go along with the theme! I also think it’s great that she took the theme inspiration from the nusery decor. You know the mommy to be loved that!

Have a look, leave a comment, and then hop on over to the Un-Organized Mom to see what else she’s got going on!

Enjoy the Un-Organized Mom’s party…..

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My sisters baby shower that we hosted last year. She was having a boy and had decorated his nursery in a cowboy theme, so we carried that through to the shower.

The cake had red and blue bandanna’s with metal star and horse shoe accents (she later incorporated those into his nursery decor). The cake topper was a little stuffed stick horse!

The drink table was covered in a kid cowboy print fabric. The large ceramic jar with the blue spout held the punch, which was served in small mason jars. The small pitcher held ice tea. The galvanized tub held glass bottles of root beer, orange crush, strawberry crush, and cream soda. The small galvanized buckets held peanut M&M’s and peanuts.

The food table had a pair of thrift store boots (in the upper left corner) that had been painted red and then used as pots for the sunflowers. We served what the mom to be requested so it was an assortment of finger sandwiches, dips, chips and salsa. This table was covered with blue fabric and then a small piece of burlap.

I made this quilt to match the theme. It was a soft denim on the back.

I can’t find a picture of the invitations, but they were handmade and adorable!! I will try and find one to scan. They had cowboy scrapbooking paper with a vellum overlay, then jute was tied at the top to connect them, along with star brads. I love planning parties! Right now I’m working on invitations to my oldest sons Paintball b-day party.

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