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Cowgirl Birthday Theme
Decorate the cowgirl party with hay bales and scatter hay outside around the door to the birthday party. Buy cow balloons or make your own by drawing black spots on white helium balloons. Tie them onto the mailbox and/or in the front entry to the birthday party. Tie pink bandanas from tree branches outside. Pink bandanas can also be tied around the backs of chairs at the party table and also used as placemats.
A blue, white or pink checkered table cloth is a nice backdrop for bandana printed plates, napkins and cups.
Fill cowboy boots, metal buckets or tall glass vases with pretty sunflowers and tie with a bandana for a pretty centerpiece.
Fill silver metal pails with snacks and use them to hold the flatware and napkins.
Teach the guests how to square dance or Country line dance during the party. YouTube has videos that you can play to teach everyone or learn before the party and teach the dances yourself.
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Teach your party guests how to lasso a horse or a cow. You will need a long rope lasso plus something to rope such as a plastic kids horse or hay bale. Take turns trying to lasso the horses' head.
Teach your party guests how to lasso a horse or a cow. You will need a rope lasso and a children's ride on horse. Take turns trying to lasso the horses' head.
There are different ways the kids can transfer water in this game. Use small Dixie cups, bandanas soaked in water that they have to wring out into their team bucket, large spoons or our favorite red solo cups - punch holes in the bottom so the water slowly leaks out.
To play cowgirls will need 2 large containers filled up with water. Set them at one end and set up two jugs (like milk cartons) opposite them. Teams transfer water back and forth from the big water tub to the jugs. First team to fill their container up wins the relay. Teams dip their cups into the large tub, run to their jugs and empty the collected water into it and then race to their team to hand off the cup to the player in line that is next.More fun party games for girls
Cowgirl Party Food
Cut out slices of fruit with star shaped cookie cutters or place fruit squares on skewers.
Hamburgers - cut out the hamburger patties with star or boot shaped cookie cutters
Wagon wheel macaroni and cheese
Mix green food coloring and 7UP together to make “cactus juice”
If possible have a campfire and make Smores or roast hot dogs.
Cowgirl Party Favors
Bandana printed hair ribbons
Pretty stick on star earrings or necklaces with horses or stars.
Twizzlers candy for cowgirls rope.
Plastic horses or cows
Horse on a stick
Cowgirl Goody Bags
Party favors can be wrapped in a pink bandana and tied with raffia or ribbon.
Draw black spots on white party bags for a cute cow goodie bag.
Place party favors in a pretty cowgirl hat.
Find more fun Cowgirl party ideas on our Western birthday party ideas page!
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