////Charming & Girlie Woodland Owl Birthday Party

Charming & Girlie Woodland Owl Birthday Party

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handmade red felt owl in a tree

Maureen Anders of Anders Ruff here to share a gorgeous Girlie Woodland Owl Party that Jen Ward planned for her daughter, Autumn! “Whoot” wouldn’t love this bright and happy party decked out with whimsical owls and toadstools in bright red, pink, aqua, lime and natural woodland tones?!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Frame adorned faux bois backdrop with handmade rosettes and birch accents
– Homemade Marshmallow toadstool treats on skewers
– Squirrel Mix (Trail Mix) packaged in mason jars with twine and wooden cutlery
– Meringue Acorn Cookies made with vanilla wafers, white meringues and chocolate chips

woodland party tablescape with garland and white pumpkin centerpieces

2 tier white cake for a woodland birthday party with red toadstools and flowers

owl woodland birthday party dessert table with red and wooden accents

Fall inspired owl woodland birthday party invitations with burlap envelope

cute red owl sugar cookies

outside venue for an owl woodland themed birthday party

red and blue owl bottle wrap printables

DIY white pumpkin owls and bundles of sticks

ruffle quilted owl pillows

woodland party decorations with rag tie bunting, tulle flowers and mason jars

woodland birthday party desserts with caramel apples, cupcakes and a white cake

printable owl candy bar wrappers

woodland party favor station

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Jen…
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Autumn’s birthday is in the Autumn, so with a Woodland Owl theme, I decided to incorporate pumpkins into the party decor to help it feel more Fall. The girls made owl pumpkins using seeds and pine cones. We ended the night with a sleepover and all of the girls received owl pillows from Bwinks.

My absolute favorite was the dessert table. I made meringue acorns and marshmallow toadstools. We also had cake, cupcakes, cookies and caramel apples. I made the backdrop and I am lucky to have a friend who owns a vintage furniture and prop rental company and she provided all the frames, banners and furniture.

I found a gal on Etsy who makes the most amazing felt creatures and she made the owl to match the Anders Ruff owl invites and the toadstools.

The girls got to grab their party favors in a burlap bag which included custom owl lollipops by SweetNiks, Squirrel mix (trail mix — tagged with an Anders Ruff printable label), Adorable Owl candy bars & woodland pencils, notepads & stickers.

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VENDOR CREDITS:

– Party Styling: Jen Ward
– Owl Invitation & Coordinating Printables: Anders Ruff
– Photography: Jessi Berman Photography
– Cake: Viktor Benes
– Cookies: Firefly Confections
– Caramel Apples: California Caramel Company
– Furniture, Banner & Props: Borrowed Rentals
– Felt Owl & Toadstools: Good Natured by Dani
– Pillows: Bwinks
– Twine: The Twinery
– Wood Cutlery: Pick Your Plum
– Burlap Bags, Wood Slices, Birch Decor: Save on Crafts
– Owl Lollipops: SweetNiks

By |2018-02-12T20:46:08+00:00December 19th, 2013|In the Spotlight|

About the Author:

MAUREEN ANDERS is the owner and creative director of Anders Ruff Custom Designs, the ”go to” shop for unique and stylish printable invitations, decor and party accessories.  Anders Ruff equips the modern hostess with the beautiful details needed to make their events memorable. They also offer inspiration for the entire party planning process via their blog.

Maureen’s degree is in Engineering, but her true passion is designing and creating.  When she left her career in medical sales to stay home with her first son, she was drawn to styling parties, and particularly to adding the small details that take parties over the top.  Self taught in graphic design and business driven, Maureen has watched her business flourish because of hard work, passion and an eye for detail. She enjoys the challenge of keeping her designs fresh and unique in the ever changing party industry.

Anders Ruff has been commissioned by Better Homes and Gardens, Universal Studios, and Target; and has also been featured on Access Hollywood, Brides Magazine, Hostess With The Mostess, Amy Atlas and more.

4 Comments

  1. kellee December 20, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    This is so ridiculously adorable!!!!

  2. Lacey Lemmert December 30, 2013 at 6:48 pm

    I concure, ridiculously adorable!

  3. maureen anders January 5, 2014 at 8:34 pm

    Jen did such a great job on this!

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