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From the personalized welcome sign to the gorgeous custom cake to the 3-hole indoor mini golf course, crafty mama Julie spared no detail for her son Cormick’s second birthday! One of my favorite touches has to be the creative food names used on the buffet cards, like the fruit “PAR-faits.” Read on for all the PAR-TEE fun! : )
Outside of Cormick’s house, a printable sign welcomes guests to the party. I love how it’s displayed in a bag of golf clubs!
A printable banner hangs above the food table.
Water bottles – in both small and large sizes – are personalized with water labels.
Bogie hoagies! How cute is that!! Besides sandwiches, Julie also served…
Rice Krispie treat “sand traps”…
Doughnut “hole in ones” and “chip shots”…
…and fruit “PAR-faits”!
Adults were served beer at “The 19th Hole,” and everyone enjoyed the “sweet TEE.”
All the little golfers made their own personalized visors using craft supplies from Michael’s. Cormick chose a truck, a horse, and a traffic cone to decorate his cap, which cracks me up. ; )
The highlight of the party was the 3-hole mini golf course that Julie made! She bought astro turf from Home Depot and cut it into various shapes to create the 3 holes. Printable signs marked each hole.
After a round of golf, everyone was treated to golf cart rides!
At the end of the party, toddlers took home golf sets from CVS (Julie says, “they were on end of summer clearance and I scored them for $3 each!”). Older party guests got green water bottles (from the dollar store) filled with Hershey Kisses.
Thank you so much for sharing, Julie! Happy birthday Cormick! : )