07 Aug

Darlin’ Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Hold onto your ponies & get ready to hit the trails! Krista O’Byrne of Hoopla Events rounded up the cutest desserts and decor for her daughter’s Pink & Brown Rustic Pony Party! This little rodeo celebration is a cowgirl’s dream, saddled up with pretty pink tulips, pony rides, and a rootin’ tootin’ good time!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Rustic lemonade stand with burlap bunting & pink lemonade in mason jars
– Beautiful photography by Lauren Oliver Photography + party printables by The TomKat Studio
– Cute horse cake pops by Sugar Krystle’s and wooden cowgirl silhouette backdrop
– Letter dishes filled with candy and lollipop favors in mini galvanized buckets
– Hay bales, pony rides & a cute horse themed bounce house!

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

Darlin Pink & Brown Pony Party

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Krista
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Little Kennedy turned three in April, and like many three-year old girls, she LOVES horses! What better than a pony-themed party? Ponies were everywhere, from the metal favor buckets with giant lollipops to the frothy pink cake to the almost too cute to eat cake pops. There was even a pony-themed bounce house for the kids to burn off some energy. And what pony party would be complete without Pony rides for all the guests!

The color palate of brown and pink was carried throughout the dessert buffet, favors, and custom burlap banners. It was all brought together with adorable printables from The TomKat Studio. A lemonade stand, custom made by Kennedy’s dad out of wood from her great-grandfather’s barn, kept guest well hydrated. Veggies, breads, and dips were served along with the sweet treats.

A custom-made silhouette of the birthday girl served as a special backdrop to the desserts and is a memorable keepsake for the family. Hay bales served as seats for the little ones at long tables while adults enjoyed the shade of the tent. Pink tulips and white hydrangeas showcased the beautiful spring day.

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VENDOR CREDITS & RESOURCES:

– Event Planner: Hoopla Events
– Photography: Lauren Oliver Photography
– Party Supplies and Large Balloons: Smashcake & Co.
– French Macaroons: 4 Kids Cakes
– Party Printables and Straws: The TomKat Studio
– Silhouette of the Birthday Girl: LePapier Studio
– Cookies: Sugar Canvas Boutique Bakery
– Cake: Wagners Bakery
– Pony Ride and Lemonade Sign: Two Crafty Teachers
– Cakepops: Sugar Krystle’s
– Cupcakes: Sweet Charley B’s Cupcakery
– Twine “K”, Burlap “Kennedy” pennant, small “Kennedy” Pennant On Cake, Burlap – “Giddy Up” pennant: A Felt Affair
– Large Pink Pony Buckets for Centerpieces, Small White Pony Buckets: I Have a Favor
– Centerpieces: Stem’s Floral Design
– Cloth Pennant Banner on Hay Bales: CW Happy Creations
– Letter Dishes: Weddings By Dezign

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7Comments

1
ERIKA SAYS:

very sweet.

Reply August 7, 2013 at 7:55 pm

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Four j party SAYS:

Nice pics thanks for sharing, it looks too cute and sweet as well.

Reply August 7, 2013 at 11:17 pm

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Blanca SAYS:

So beautiful and adorable!!!!

Reply August 8, 2013 at 12:02 am

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Maria SAYS:

I loved your theme so much that I replicated it for my daughter’s 5th birthday party! Thank you so much!

Reply November 7, 2013 at 12:20 pm

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Kim Forsberg SAYS:

Absolutely the cutest, most original and elegant pony party I have ever seen. I have thrown my daughter many pony parties over the years- as we ride and have grown up around horses our entire life. I even bought her a mini horse for her 7th B-day!!
your pics have inspired me to fulfill my dream of throwing horsey B-day parties.
Thank you for posting your celebration:)

Reply May 3, 2014 at 10:48 pm

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