How to Throw a Golf Themed Birthday Party…
We recently celebrated a milestone birthday for my husband, who is quite the avid golfer.
He’s been playing golf since he was a kid and even caddied as a teen.
It only seemed fitting that we celebrate with a Golf Themed Birthday Party.
The Centerpiece was quite easy…
I used a cylinder vase from Dollar Tree along with decorative sand and inexpensive plastic
practice balls. I cut pennants from red cardstock and glued them onto bamboo skewers,
then added chipboard number stickers.
I kept the menu simple with his favorite foods; fried chicken, pasta, sandwiches, chips and salad.
For fun… I used golf lingo to create little signs to label some of the food.
I used a “free golf clipart” that I found online and customized each sign using PicMonkey*,
a free photo editing site. (*affiliate link)
To clip the signs onto the serving dishes, I used Versa Grip Wide Clip Sign Holders* and
Of course… there was the Water Hole and a Arnold Palmer Station.
Create your own Arnold Palmer drink with lemonade and tea (or sweet tee).
To keep with the theme… I used a Grass Tablecover*on the serving table,
I also purchased this Giant 5′ Golf Party Banner* from Amazon to hang on the wall.
The party wouldn’t be complete with out a golf themed birthday cake.
I purchased the cute little Pull Back Golf Cart* from Amazon only to find out it was also
available as part of the themed cake from Walmart. (oh well)
The golf cart was a huge hit with both the young and the old.
My husband said he’s keeping this one for himself.
I had to get these “Oh No The Big 60” Candles* for the cake.
The golf themed birthday party was shared with our large and wonderful extended family
on a beautiful, sunny (and cool) evening out in our garage/party room.
I had so much fun planning this special “Par-Tee” for him.
It was easy thanks to a little help from Deflecto Craft Solutions
and purchases from Amazon, Dollar Tree, Party City and Oriental Trading.
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