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Kid’s Farm Party (Part 2)

Farm Party Water Juice Labels For my part two of the farm party (here is part 1 if you missed it), I am showing photos of the food table and all the adorable little farm details added by Lisa Frank and myself. Lisa did such an amazing job putting the food together for this party as well as the picket fence displays and raffia hay bales. Too cute Lisa! Take a look at the photos below and I will give you the sources at the end of the post.

Farm Party Food Table Spread Farm Party Milk Bottles Farm Party Food Pens Farm Party Corn Ears Farm Party Food Table Farm Party Cupcakes

WATER & APPLE JUICE LABELS: These are all part of my printable kit available on Etsy. PAPER STRAWS: Shop Sweet Lulu. WATER JARS: Shop Sweet Lulu. “YEE HAW” BUNTING & POM POM J: Made by Lisa Frank. FOOD PICKET FENCE PENS: Made by Lisa Frank. FOOD SIGNS: Part of the printable kit. ANIMAL CUTOUTS: Finger puppets that you can download and print here. MILK JAR COOKIES: Mady by Lisa Frank. GOT MILK WRAPS, COOKIE BACKER PAPER & SANDWICH WRAPS: Part of the printable kit. RAFFIA HAY BALES & POPPED CORN COBS: Made by Lisa Frank. CORN HUSK PRINTABLES: Part of the kit. CUPCAKES WRAPS & FLAGS: Included in the printable kit.

See you tomorrow for even more farm party goodies! ~ Lia

  1. I LOVE this!!!! It’s absolutely perfect for my daughters birthday. I planned on ordering it all through Etsy. I did have a customizing question. I sent it privately through Etsy Messaging. I look forward to your response. So excited!

  2. Lia! I can hardly stand all the cuteness! Just absolutely adorable! I love this so much – wishing I still had little ones, but will pass this post along to many friends who do have them! Yee Haw!

  3. i can’t decide which part i like best. awww heck! i’ll take it all! :)

  4. You have got to have one of the most incredible imaginations and talents I’ve ever seen on blog land. The farmland party kit is so adorable, think kids and adults would love these at any party. Don’t know how you do it all but I’m very impressed Lia. Same to Lisa, loved the little hay stacks.
    Was so glad to see a great deal of the food was very healthy also. Good for you gals. Giving kids good choices is so smart. A cupcake is not going to hurt since there were so many good choices for the kids.
    Happy days to you both

    • Thanks! Yes, the kids ate the veggies and healthy stuff. What a fun party. Make sure and check out part 3 today!

    • Thank you for your sweet comment, Jane Ellen! There were so many fun and creative details in this party, so it was a blast getting to try out new and clever ideas. I think the DIY picket fence food trays were one of my favorite ideas! Would be adorable for a horse, Kentucky Derby or cowboy/cowgirl party as well.

      When I was planning the menu for this party, I made sure to have healthy options available. Luckily, my kids are good about naturally limiting themselves to one sweet treat, so even with multiple desserts I wasn’t worried about them going overboard. The Oreo dirt pudding was a big hit, which was funny because all I did was pour store-bought pudding cups into a piping bag, pipe it into mini plastic cups and sprinkle some crushed Oreos on top. It’s really all about presentation! So glad you enjoyed our ideas. :)

      Lisa Frank
      New blog coming soon:

  5. How cute! Great job!

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