Friday, October 22, 2010

{Real Parties} Modern Farm Party - Perfect for Fall!


We are thrilled to share this gorgeous party with you! One of our readers, Anneliese, put together this updated, modern farm theme, with a little Apple Harvest mixed in. The guest of honor, Scarlett is a fan of barnyard animals, and her favorite bedtime story is Big Red Barn, so these theme was perfect for her second birthday.

She started out these adorable invitations that she made herself! And she has made them available as a free download! You can find them here.
Take a look at the rest of the beautiful details from this party....



A breakfast of scrambled eggs, muffins, bacon, sausage, apple juice, orange juice, milk, and as "birthday cake," cinnamon rolls. Isn't that fun? And different! Great idea!


Mom and daughter. Aren't they beautiful?

Great job, Anneliese!
You can find more details on this party here on her blog.
You will also find tutorials and more downloads to recreate this party on your own!
Fabulous!

12 comments:

Cheyenne said...

I absolutely love, LOVE this. So great. I'm going to have to pop over to her blog to check it out-wonder where she got the sweet old milk bottles! Love 'em!

Heather :: AFD Jewelry :: said...

That is just the cutest idea!!

Hazel Williams said...

What a fabulous party! I'm loving the simplicity of the creative elements!

:) Hazel

JC's Loft said...

Oh how cute!

Nicole@TradewindTiaras said...

Those napkin ring cutouts are *too cute*! Beautifully done! And I always love a breakfast party, too. It's nice to have the rest of the day to sit back and relax.

{ L } said...

This is so adorable and very unique!! It made me SMILE.

jess @ pen n' paperflowers said...

Love the idea of a breatkfast party!! This turned out so cute!

Aymee said...

what a cute party, and those invitations: precious!

Anneliese said...

I am so flattered to be featured! Thank you so much! This was such a fun party--for the birthday girl too! ;-)

Lisa Joy said...

If I'm not mistaken, those "milk bottles" are Starbucks frappucino bottles and she spray-painted the lids. I'm doing this for my daughter's party next week and have been collecting the Starbucks jars for a few months...usually $5-6 for a pack of 4 at major groccery stores. :-)

Sheek Shindigs said...

I love this party. What a great idea to do a breakfast party! And who wouldn't love cinnamon buns ;)

Kristina said...

So cute - I love it!