If your child adores all things horse and pony, this lovely horse themed cowgirl birthday party would be perfect for them. With beautiful horse party supplies and décor ideas, you’ll enjoy how easy it is to create this theme at home.
Cowgirl Party Ideas
Cowgirl birthday party ideas are simple to make at home. A cowgirl party is ideal for little girls who adore the notion of a Western-themed celebration.
A cowgirl party is a fun party theme for all kids, whether it’s gorgeous and pink, vintage, shabby chic, or Toy Story inspired.
Cowgirl Party Decorations
Begin by creating a focal point above the gathering table. You can create a chandelier out of a cow bonnet. It will magically alter the area, bringing the horse motif to life in such a unique way, since it is created from gorgeously designed cowgirl hats. It quickly drew the attention of your horse-loving guests.
After the celebration, each hat can be decorated differently and used as a take-home favor or room decor.
Then, cover the table with the horseshoe plastic tablecloth roll and place your main party table. A little pink hydrangea wreath on top of a small fake galvanized treat stand riser should be placed in the center of the table.
Inside the wreath, place the horseshoe from the horse centerpiece and a flocked horse with saddle as a finishing touch. Add a lace trim votive holder and a transparent gold trim votive holder to each end of the table, on top of a delectable doily.
Add toy horses to the table’s ends as additional themed decorations if your child has them.
How about using a backdrop banner frame?
With a backdrop banner frame, you can create a beautiful backdrop for party food, drinks, and desserts. Your frame was made out of a pink ruffled shower curtain. A light pink plastic tablecloth or draping fabric might also be used to achieve the same effect.
Behind the dessert table, center the backdrop. Add a decorative cowboy hat to each corner of the frame and a horse silhouette garland across the top. To coordinate with the rest of the party decor, remove the blue bandana and replace it with a light pink bandana.
What should be done with the dessert table?
Start with a light pink plastic tablecloth and top it with a white lace plastic tablecloth roll.
Elevate the cake in the center of the table with a cake stand and topper to create a gorgeous focal point.
Fill the table with flowers to give it a lovely, retro vibe. An artificial floral bouquet in a white ceramic farmhouse pitcher sits on one side of the table. Using a stained wood centerpiece box, raise the pitcher to match the display on the other side of the table. Match the box to the cake riser.
It might be fun to use horse centerpieces as ornamental accents in front of your flowers! Then, on a galvanized metal tray, place cookies or other sweet goodies, along with horse party napkins.
A trophy can be used to display another imitation floral bouquet on the opposite side of the table.
Simple decorating with fabrics
It can be tough to find enough of one design to cover all of your decor when you’re utilizing a lot of vintage or vintage-inspired cloth for your party.
It looks fantastic if you use a variety of fabrics while keeping the main color scheme simple, such as pink and brown tablecloths. You can add minor doses of complementing colors to keep the party decor interesting if the majority of the cloth is in the party color scheme.
Cowgirl Party Supplies
- Bunting and banners
- Hand-drawn messages on wood signs
- Seating for the children’s tables was provided by hay bales.
- Stars made of wood and metal on the buffet tables
- Wooden 3s and Cs to commemorate the birthday girl
- Wooden berry boxes for storing treats on the children’s tables and the favor buffet
- Party food will be stored in dark wood boxes.
- Hay – used to cover the styrofoam that held the s’mores pops in place, and
- Burlap – used to add texture to the buffet boxes.
Cowgirl Fun Activities and Games
You knew there had to be some amusing entertainment at the gathering with so many kids. The pony rides had to be one of the most memorable parts of the trip.
You can also ask the kids to perform face painting or build balloon animals while they wait for their rides. It’s a brilliant idea to keep the kiddies entertained.
You might also include a kids’ craft station, which would include crayons, cowboy/cowgirl coloring sheets, and a magnetic drawing game. Other excellent cowgirl party activity game ideas include:
- A sack race – is one of the first things that comes to mind. This race will generate a lot of laughter, and both young and old children will love it.
- Instead of musical statues, play “Cotton Eyed Joe” and have the kids perform their best cowgirl moves.
- If the kids enjoy singing, why not set up a karaoke machine?
- Hold a team race with stick ponies for the kids. If you purchase one for each child, they can also be used as party favors.
- Pin the tail on the donkey is an excellent game for small children.
These fun games will be great to get your cowgirl party started.
Cowgirl Party Invitations
A cowgirl birthday party will undoubtedly be a lot of fun for both girls and boys. Kids can get into character as if they are in the Wild West, and the party can be as grungy or as pretty as you want.
Use these party invitations to plan the perfect cowgirl party for you.
Provide cowgirl hats, bandanas, and sheriff badges for your little cowgirls to wear during the party, and fill a pink bandana loot bag with colorful sweets, stickers, and jump ropes. A pony-shaped cake, cowgirl-themed candles, and a fun cowgirl or pony pinata will all help to make this a memorable birthday!