26 Jun

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

With some vintage flair, old family photos and eclectic antiques, mommy Amanda Harris styled this adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday to celebrate her little man’s big day! And Heather Banks of Eclectic Images Photography perfectly captured this sweet celebration with the gorgeous vintage decor, quirky mustache props, & fun family photo ops!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– “Wet Your Whiskers” drink station + Mustache mason jars and straw embellishments
– Eclectic vintage centerpieces and party decor with vintage books, photographs & crates
– Birthday boy bow tie and adorable mustache dress for his sister by Knicknats
– Muslin mustache printed favor bags with chocolate mustache pops, mustache crayons & mustache stickers
– Printed “Mustache You a Question” beer koozies for the adults!

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

Adorable Vintage Mustache First Birthday Party

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Amanda
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Since Sawyer was born I have called him my Little Mister – he’s my baby, my boy.  While browsing around on Etsy I saw an invitation for a Mustache Bash that referred to the birthday boy as Little Man, and it hit me how perfect that theme would be! I’ve also had a growing obsession with all the cool knick knacks that belonged to my grandparents so I decided to mix the two and create a 1930s/40s feel that celebrated the ‘stache. I got most of the decorations from Etsy and then searched my grandparents garage full of stuff and a local store called Uncommon Objects for the suitcases, boxes and old pictures. I combined old pieces with handmade paper centerpieces, mustaches and old pictures to create the Mister theme. I loved being able to celebrate the history my grandparents had created and use it for the next generation of our family. Our caterer 2dine4 provided manly food such as mini corn dogs with mustard and fried chicken, meatball and beef sliders. Paper boats with fries and fried mac n cheese balls satisfied even our little guests.

I still love the colors from his nursery so I decided to use them in his party. Marigold, aqua and navy blue mixed with old suitcases, pencil boxes and even aqua and blue colored books scored from Uncommon Objects. All tbe kiddos took home a mustache favor bag with chocolate staches, crayon staches and even some stick on staches. Even the adults took home a favor in the form of custom koozies.

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VENDOR CREDITS & RESOURCES:

– Concept & Styling: Amanda Harris
– Photography: Eclectic Images Photography
– Food: 2Dine4 Catering
– Venue: the family home at Wild Onion Ranch
– Big sister’s mustache dress: Knicknats
– Paper centerpieces, stache stickers: Quilted Polka Dot
– Mustache Crayons Party Favors: Ella Jane Crafts
– Mustache Banner: Green Jazz Face
– Cupcake Toppers: Paper Patterns
– Mustache Straws: Party HQ
– Chocolate Mustache Party Favors: SweetBitesMS
– Mustache Art Prints: Benton Park Prints
– Mustache Photo props: Nemapaperie
– Mustache utensils: The Bakers Confections
– Favor Bags: Becollective
– Sawyer’s Bowtie: Tomastutusandthings
– Tuxedo shirt: Dirty Ragz
– Invitations: Hayden Avery
– Custom Koozies: East End Ink
– Old Suitcases, boxes and pictures: Uncommon Objects {and some from my grandparent’s storage}

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