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A Little Lumberjack 1st Birthday Party

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Imagine all of the boyish fun that comes along with having triplet boys!  Turning one meant three times the fun when parents Anna and Frank celebrated their darling boys with a little lumberjack 1st birthday party!

 

This inspiring lumberjack themed first birthday party for triplets is amazing.


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Thankfully, they had great help from Bruna Sanches of Simply Lace Photography and Kathie Barone of Southern Charm Vintage Rentals, who styled an incredible rustic-meets-burly affair.

Handsome details like wood and flannel paired perfectly with outdoorsy themed props and absolutely stunning paper, hand lettering and chalk art décor by Doris Wai.

The welcome table at this lumberjack-themed outdoorsy first birthday is amazing - we love the initials on the party hat celebrating each of the triplets.

The three boys named Joseph, Anthony and Christopher – whose parents lovingly refer to as “JAC” collectively – provided the perfect inspiration for a lumberjack theme.  Their loving aunt Kathie (Southern Charm Vintage Rentals) arranged for an incredible day of birthday fun.

The detailed decorations at this lumberjack party were incredible - from the saw to the hewn celebratory "1".

Guests were greeted with a white farm table displaying “Lumber Lager” and an antique box full of thoughtful pine tree party favors.

I love the chalk art sign accompanying the favors that invited guests to take a tree and “grow with us”.

The favors couldn’t have been more perfect, wrapped in burlap and accented with a mini “I heart lumberjacks” button.

Even the party favors at this woodsy birthday party were lumberjack-themed! How cute are these planter guest gifts?

Mini mason jars were outfitted in flannel and twigs and couldn’t have looked more appropriate for the theme.

This woods-themed party turned mason jars into mini lumberjacks.

Other inspired welcome table details included buffalo check party hats and lumberjack photo booth props creatively displayed in plaid thermos bottle vases.

The party hats at this lumberjack party were in plaid, and decorated with a tree-trunk font for each of the triplet's initials.

I love the rustic “1” cut from wood; a vintage-looking saw rests nearby, as if the log camp boss had just finished the piece.

This incredible lumberjack dessert table honored the first birthday boys with a log-shaped cake each! And how great is that cardboard moose-head?

An impressive dessert table was styled with pinecone bunting and a large, 3-dimensional cardboard moose head overlooking the treats below.  Love the jaunty hat on the moose – what a party animal!

The displays at this lumberjack first birthday will leave the guests of honor with high expectations for the rest of their lives: these are adorable.

Wooden crates and wood cake stands provided a wonderful display for the treats.

This rustic log cabin - complete with lumber forest berries - was part of the dessert table display.

Check out the little rustic log cabin used to serve “red forest berries.”

Hand-painted lumberjack-themed cookies were a must have at this birthday dessert table.

Beautiful hand-painted cookies (lanterns, pancakes, flannel shirts and tools!) were provided by The Cocoa Cakery.  The detail work is phenomenal.

This lumberjack first birthday cake looks just like a freshly chopped log - topped with cute animal cutouts and a celebratory banner!

The Cocoa Cakery was also responsible for three matching smash cakes, created to look like logs with edible bark-like detailing.

Doris Wai created the intricate hand-cut banner style toppers. Notice how each boy’s name is held by song birds.

The lumberjack birthday boys smashed their log birthday cakes.

Additional “burly baked goods” included caramel corn, aptly named “Jack’s snacks”.

Each of the tasty treats on the dessert table was named with an axe-shaped label.

Note the clever axe shaped food labels, in mini tree trunks – don’t you love the thought that went into this table?

The drinks at this lumberjack party were delightfully creative. The apple ales looked sweet in these little glasses.

Mason jars hand-lettered with “Apple Ale” served the brawny beverages.  They were accessorized with wood grain straws and plaid flag detailing.

These three lumberjack birthday boys were "axing for trouble" in this adorable photoshoot.

Despite the darling décor and desserts, the true stars of the show were the little lumberjacks themselves.  Photographed in a vintage red wagon with darling hand-illustrated paper axes and the cutest wood sign by Doris with the phrase, “Axing for trouble”, the boys couldn’t have been more adorable!

Even the family dog was dressed to theme, wearing a plaid tie.

The family dog, Grimsby, was dressed up in his best birthday plaid for the occasion.

Lumberjack birthday boys took a bath to clean up after a hard day's partying.

Can you imagine a more charming smash cake session?  And seriously – how cute is that baby bathtub for post cake clean-up?

Guests at this lumberjack birthday bash were greeted with a fun chalkboard message.

Someone might as well yell “timber” because I think I’ve fallen in love with this sweet lumberjack 1st birthday party theme and those cute little boys!  What an awesome celebration!

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Stephanie Keeping

Stephanie is in love with a boy named Sam. He has taught her that it's okay to jump first and look later, to wear a dirty shirt to the park and to decide that today is a good day to take a nap in your rubber boots. She hangs out here blogging at Spaceships and Laser Beams and at our printable party shop on Etsy.