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Pony Cowgirl Birthday Party

This morning I volunteered over at Bearfoot Ranch East barn for the first pony birthday party at that location! It was a huge success and one of the cutest birthday parties I have ever been too.
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The Mom of the birthday girl had done the cutest birthday décor that really jazzed up the barn.  You have to love the milk bottle drink holders made out of saved Starbuck’s Frappuccino bottles.  And how about the clothes line of hats and bandanas for each child…so cute!
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The milking station was a huge hit with the kids and I was told is the barns to keep for future pony parties! It is just a wood stand that was painted and then they hung latex gloves filled with water with small pin holes in the fingers to milk into and a bucket of course.
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Table’s were decked out with horse fabric and bandana’s and I love the rustic baskets she brought for the food.
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Little fake hay stacks adorned the tables and look at the cute suckers she made too. Sunflower arrangements were on the food table.
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We couldn’t forget the most important activities though…the Ponies of course! Sweet Jade our horse was so patient and kind while the kids painted her…the kids loved painting the horse with finger paint!
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Then little Champ was set up at the grooming station and the kids got to play real life ‘My Little Pony.’ Check out his Mohawk! In the arena the rest of the sweet ponies with Moms and kids were set up to give pony rides to all the children.
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Like I said, one of the cutest most fun birthday parties I think I have ever been too!  If you are interested in having a child’s birthday party at the barn or renting it out for a company, church or any other organization party, in the North Georgia area, please just send me a message with your contact information. I will send you the number to call and with a reasonable donation you can book a party! 
Bearfoot Ranch is run by a non-profit organization. Volunteers and donations to the barn is what they rely on.  They provide therapy riding lessons to disabled children and also help rescue horses. Other programs such as sponsoring a horse gives the sponsor time with a horse with horseback riding lessons included. For more information please message me and I can give you more information on how you can help the barn.
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  1. SO cute! I'm thinking of doing a cowgirl party for my little girl's 1st birthday party. Great ideas! Stopping by from I Heart Nap Time

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  2. That party looks amazing – so many great details – especially the cow to be milked!!!Bearfoot Ranch sounds like quite an amazing place!!Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!Hope you have a fabulous week!Jill @ Creating my way to Success http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  3. Stopping by from the Monday Mom Mingle. I did a cowboy theme for my son's birthday, but it didn't come close to this with all the details. Love the milking station.

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  4. Thanks for stopping by and have lots of fun with your party! ~Stacey http://www.realsouthernliving.com

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  5. Thanks for hosting a great party! I still can't stop thinking about the party and all the fun pony parties we will have in the future at Bearfoot Ranch! ~Stacey http://www.realsouthernliving.com

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  6. Isn't that milking station adorable! I just can't get enough and makes me want to host a fall party even though I don't have any fall birthdays! Thanks for stopping by! ~Stacey http://www.realsouthernliving.com

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  7. How cool! Loved this theme! Very clever!

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  8. Oh I love that reused frappe bottles! That party looks super cute. I'm blog hoping, your blog is cute.

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  9. Thanks for stopping by!

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  10. I will be visiting you shortly! Thanks for stopping by!

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  11. Thanks for stopping by! This party made me want to be a little girl again…I don't think I ever had a party like this:)

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  12. This is so great! I love the milking station! I'm a new follower as well!

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  13. That just looks awesome!!!!!

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  14. Really cute idea ! I found you on The DIY Dreamer. I will definitely be back, and hope I can persuade you to share this post and link up to my Blog Fest: http://fresh-eggs-daily.blogspot.com/2012/10/farm-girl-blog-fest-3.html I would love for you to join the party!

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  15. Thanks for stopping by and following! ~Stacey http://www.realsouthernliving.com

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  16. I know…don't you want to be a little girl again and have a party just like this?!!! Thanks for stopping by! ~Stacey http://www.realsouthernliving.com

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  17. Thanks for stopping by and I joined it up to your fun party! ~Stacey http://www.realsouthernliving.com

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  18. Lovely ideas your blog post.

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  19. So darling! Thank you for sharing it with us at Inspiration Friday!Heather

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