June 28, 2022Review Recipe
We have to tip our hat to this cowboy-themed baby shower – it’s as cute as a speckled pup on a little red wagon! Coline and Nicole, of Sans Soucis Events, put together a delightful country-themed baby shower for mom-to-be Julia and her husband, in anticipation of the arrival of their own little cowboy, John. Adorable western party decorating ideas, a catered meal with a themed dessert table, cake, cupcakes, and a fun old-west photo booth meant this party looked amazing, while guests had a great time. Little details and original themed party favors made this event extra special.
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Saddle up and check out all the creative cowboy-themed party ideas that were found such as a dessert table full of western flair and brimming with themed goodies — including the most incredible baby shower cake — welcomes guests to the shower. A desert scene backdrop, classic red and white gingham, burlap, and wooden crates set the mood.
Lots of miniatures give the table a charming, old-fashioned look: tiny hay bales, miniature wheelbarrows, red paisley bandanas, small wooden accents, a touch of sunflowers, and even a pair of plush rocking horses would make any cowboy feel at home. Little wooden chairs hold menu cards that helpfully identify yummy treats, while tiny picket fences, wagons, hay bales, and even a stick horse are adorable country-style accents. There are even tiny milk bottle party favors, which hold creamy shower gel. Other party favors included individual microwave popcorn bags covered with “About to Pop” labels.
An amazing cake towers over all the other desserts, personalized with the baby’s name on a sheriff’s badge. Galvanized tubs and apothecary jars hold assorted candies, while a small hay bale is an ingenious way to display themed cake pops. I love the use of cross-cut tree stumps to build a cupcake tower!
At the other end of the table, assorted fruits, marshmallows, and cookies stand by the chocolate fountain; individual “mini desserts” are tantalizingly convenient for self-service and enjoyment while mingling with other guests. Mom Julia’s birthday coincided with the shower date, so the hostesses doubled the fun by making this event a birthday celebration, as well.
While Julia and her guests waited for lunch to be served, they had a blast with a western-themed photo booth and played baby shower games. Guests were invited to take home their bandanas and cowboy hats. Coline and Nicole really outdid themselves with gorgeous place settings and coordinating centerpieces. Vibrant green, faux grass placemats, flower napkin rings, and lush sunflowers in bottles and jars contrast with white table cloths for a stunning, fresh effect. Each place setting included a baby cactus for guests to take home and nurture. They combined classic and creative décor, menu, and favor ideas to create this cowboy-themed baby shower, and many of their ideas would effortlessly translate for a birthday party or other event.