Guests were encouraged to wear plaid to the party, and a make-shift photo booth added lots of fun and creativity. Lumberjack hats, beards, and axes were provided, along with a large frame.
A lumberjack party isn’t complete without lots of desserts! This party had s’more cupcakes, pumpkin cupcakes, cake, and whole wheat brownies. Yum!
We covered cake stands with brown wrapping paper to make them look like tree stumps, and plaid fabric was used for a tablecloth. A handful of pine-cones were added to complete the outdoorsy look and little paper lumberjacks let the guests know what was there to munch on.
This plaid lumberjack cake was made with fondant and food coloring. A tiny lumberjack made from wood and scrap fabric along with two wooden trees sat atop the cake.
The lumberjack invites were made with paper and fabric, and then scanned into a computer to be printed off on white card stock. A brown envelope and a lumberjack stamp made them complete.
This week we will be sharing a lumberjack party we recently threw. Stay tuned for all the details!
We found this shirt at Ole Originals
. We framed it to put on the dessert table for the party, and then it doubled as a gift for the guest of honor!