Masters Golf themed 1st Birthday Party in Green, Yellow, and white
I have 3 girls of my own and no little boys so when Deana, Cooper's mommy, hired me to style her baby boy's party and told me the theme she had chosen, I knew it would be a fun challenge for me!
Cooper's daddy loves golf, and since Cooper was born during the time around the Masters tournament, this was the perfect theme for his 1st birthday! The colors Deana chose were based off of the Masters logo. The logo features a yellow United States Map with a golf flag and hole centered on the location of the Masters tournament in Augusta, Georgia.
For the backdrop of the candy table I created my own enlarged replica of the logo and hung it over a green argyle fabric. I also hung a cardstock personalized banner which I created for the birthday boy. In the center of the dessert table was an adorable argyle printed cake by Emily, owner of Confectionista's Kitchen. Emily also created sugar cookies which were also mini Masters logo replicas. Other sweets and candies included sixlets, gumballs, rock candy, lollipops, gummi bears, cake pops, mints, and "Hole in 1" chocolate pops. I also placed some personalized centerpieces I created as well as a framed sign.
I made custom thank you tags with I attached to adorable little green and yellow pails for the children to take home their sweets in. I provided treat bags as well.
I cut the green argyle fabric into runners and then placed my custom made centerpieces with ballons tied onto as well as mini candy jars on the sides onto 4 tables. On the 5th table, I created a cute "Partee" banner which was hung onto some personalized flags that I poked down into little grass pads and added golfballs.
I hung custom banners and paper fans garlands on walls as well as hung paper lanterns from chandeliers.
I created personalized toppers for the food as well as coordinating food and drink labels. There was a bar for the adults which I made a "19th Hole" sign for.
There was a little area for kids to play miniature golf as well as music.
In lieu of gifts, Cooper asked that his guests bring in items to donate to a local organization called "Sevier County's Promise." Deana covered a large box in yellow paper for items to be placed into. I also created a custom sign, added some centerpieces, and hung a personalized banner onto the front to dress it up.