Howdy, ya’ll!  Mosey on over here and let’s talk for awhile…

Doesn’t cowboy talk just sound relaxed and friendly?  It’s such a laid back, nice way to say hey…you get over here.  So much better than “what’s up” or my favorite ” ‘sup” with a head nod.  Maybe I taught high school too long, but I got tired of “‘sup Miss Lasha” and a half nod like that was a proper greeting.

I love me a good western party.  Growing up, we frequented places that did live western shows and played bluegrass and country music.  They are always so much fun.  We have done a few with our own kids.  They love them  Also, good clean humor is a must when you have little kids.

I think it is adorable when kids dress up cowboy too.  There is nothing like a little tyke in a “ten gallon hat”:)

I’ve got a rootin’ tootin’ party to share today.  This party was styled by Brooke for her son, Hudson.  There are just a few pictures, but this crafty momma’s ideas were just too cute to not share:)

image_2I love the look of this welcome wreath with the bandana.  Very clever and easy to make.  I’m a big fan of putting the welcome sign inside a wreath of some kind.  It really shows it off and is a nice alternative to a picture frame.

image_5image_4Look at the cute table with the cowboy outfit.  I love it.  I love the wagon wheel and the star up top too…Very nice.  It just feels like it all fits together in the hutch too.  Sometimes using a “table” that isn’t really a table gives such a  nice touch to a spread.  And of course, the cute cowboy cutout for photos.  I love this idea!!

image_1 image_6 imageThanks Brooke for sharing your party.

Here are some helpful links for cowboy party supplies:

Wanna throw a Cowboy Party?

The Printable Cowboy Party Decorations are available for purchase in my shop.Cowboy Display File


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