August 6, 2012 · Posted under Birthday Parties, golf, parties for boys, sports
Today’s party feature has a preppy argyle golf theme. The party was held at home for one-year-old Charlie, and crafty mama Megan added lots of fun golf theme ideas. My favorite detail? The row of tiny flags on top of the fantastic birthday cake. It’s all about the little things!
To greet guests, Megan printed a welcome sign, mounted it onto a backing, and displayed it on an easel.
Ribbons and personalized golf stickers were used to decorate the candy jars and bags. (Large size stickers are on the jars, and small size stickers are on the bags.) The green striped candy bags are from Layer Cake Shop. I love that Charlie’s invitation is on display, too!
Charlie’s luncheon buffet included “club sandwiches,” golf ball cupcakes, and “chip shots” (potato chips). Printable buffet cards were used to mark each dish.
A caprese salad of mozzarella balls and cherry tomatoes becomes a “golf ball salad,” and fruit cups are “fruit par-faits.”
Megan wrapped green utensils in green napkins and printable napkin rings.
The beautiful three-layer cake was made by Missy McGee of Arlington, VA. It was inspired by Charlie’s golf theme invitation, and the printable straw flags (glued to lollipop sticks) are a perfect topper!
Such a sweet party – thank you so much for sharing, Megan! Happy first birthday Charlie! : )