I wanted to throw my son a fun and unique first birthday party and since my family is full of golfers I thought a golf/argyle party would be really cute. I played off of golf words to create a sweet invitation with words like "1st Birdie Par-Tee"; "Don't forget to reserve your spot on the leaderboard by contacting Jack's Caddy", location was the ...Family Clubhouse, etc.
Jack in his 'old school' golf attire complete with suspenders, a bowtie and Robeez golf shoes.
Smash Cake, cupcakes, chocolate covered pretzel 'irons', marshmello pops, oreo pops (decorated like golf greens, argyle, & golf balls), cookies (golf greens, argyle sweater vests, monogramed golf bags, and golf balls)
Activities / Games
There was a Step2 putt putt course outside for the kids, coloring books and golf ball molded crayons, & pin the golf ball on the hole.
What People Ate
'Club' Sandwiches Giant Soft Pretzel 'Wedges' Fruit
What People Drank
Arnold Palmers (lemonade & Tea)
Most Touching Moment
When Jack's Great-Grandparents flew all the way in from Texas (8 hour travel time)
When Jack's Grammy picked him up for a picture and he started crying (because he's a huge Mama's boy) and she wrote on the chalkboard "Please don't cry when Grammy hold you!"
I had each guest write a message to Jack on a chalkboard and take their picture. All of these pictures will make up his guest book.