Little Indians and cowboys came together as fast friends at this creative & adorable “Little Indian & Cowboy” party that Junita from Kinderplays created for her son’s 3rd birthday! She managed to combine western flair with traditional Indian designs and bring them together in a fresh new way that feels very modern, warm and inviting… love it!
The childlike silhouettes of a little Indian & cowboy on the invites and paper details set a perfect tone for the party, and guests enjoyed creative themed treats like “Sacred Stones” and embellished marshmallows and fruit skewers reminiscent of ancient drawings. And of course we can’t forget the cute tee-pee themed cookies, mini cupcakes, and amazing cake… complete with a mini fondant campfire! :)
Read on for more playful images & all the creative party details…
“The theme for my son’s 3rd birthday party was “Little Indian & Cowboy”, and he liked the idea very much! The challenge was to combine the two different elements of colorful Indian decorations and western cowboy attributes. To give the party a modern feel, I choose to use blue and orange hues.
The decorations were very simple. I hung accordion top hats from the ceiling and folded the brim so they looked like cowboy hat from a distance. For the dessert table, I had Oreo pops dipped in white chocolate and fruit skewers with marshmallows, tee-pee cookies, marshmallow with cereal topping, nougat in a jar, Rice Krispie treats, mini cupcakes.
For party favors I gave each child drawstring bags and a takeaway box. The drawstring bags were custom made and featured a little Indian Chief silhouette. The party boxes were filled with desserts.
There was a party host to make sure the kids were entertained with various games and activities. The kids loved playing with bubbles. Although the theme was very boyish, the girls were having fun too! The air was filled with their laughter. They were hungry afterward playing and finished off all of the food – which consisted of chicken nuggets and fries or spaghetti.
Then finally, my son, blew the candle with the help of his sister. Both parents and their kids had a lovely time. Most importantly the birthday boy enjoyed the party and the company of family and friends. Yihaa!”