I think it would be fun to use a super cute invitation like this:
Um, yeah. Words can't describe the creativity behind this table! Micah was born in late November, so no way no how is there going to be an outside party.Things I love about this:
1. Adorable mushrooms as a centerpiece.
2. The blue cake plate really brings your eye into the table.
3. Don't even get me started on those grass silhouettes. To die for.
4. I love the gigantic banner in the tree, too. I also like the tree!
Up close of the table above.
Tree stump cupcake stand. LOVE.
I think those mushrooms look easy enough to create. I'm thinking tube socks sewn together with some batting? Not that I know anything about sewing.
I found these little return address labels on Etsy. How cute! Wouldn't they make great cupcake toppers, too, though?
I found these grass place mats on Etsy, too. How fun would that be for the kids? Or maybe for use under a centerpiece of the table? Or under the cake? Oh, the ideas are endless...
This lady actually had a tree as her centerpiece. Her husband Cut. It. Down. INSANE-ly cute!
Now this is just fun, although it has nothing to do with a woodland theme.
Balloon wreath for the door! I bet this is relatively easy to do, right?
This mom designed her own backdrop for her daughter's birthday party. I thought it was really cute and easy to do with just a big roll of green butcher paper.
Then I found this blog revealing another amazing party for a little boy. Here are a few of my favorite shots from that post.
And here are some other fun links:
Well, a girl can dream. We'll see what I am able to come up with for Micah's birthday later this year. Much, much later this year!! Glad I have plenty of time to think about it, though!