The theme came naturally to our little birthday boy named Archer! Mommy and Daddy both love the outdoors and loved the idea of having something fun and kid friendly. The party was at the Chumash Indian Museum and had a fire pit, huts and original Chumash items. We made the fabric teepees for the kids to play inside. The kid’s table feature painted cactus, small tepees and bags of painted rocks with a tag that read, “tell me a story.” The guests snacked on a a build your own trail mix bar while waiting for the little Indians to make their transformation. The kids were taken on a scavenger hunt to gather all the things they needed to become a little “Wild One.” They received feather headbands, dream catcher necklaces, custom made temporary tattoos, face paint, hand made bows made from sticks and twine, arrows, animals and a necklace where they were given their Native American name. The party was a big hit and everyone le ft with smiles and worn out kiddos.
Cake by the always fabulous Singer Sister Sweets: https://www.facebook.com/SingerSistersSweets?fref=ts
The wild ones received: dreamcatcher necklaces, hand painted "tell me a story" rocks, custom temporary tattoos, bows & arrows.
Activities / Games
The children went on a scavenger hunt to become little indians!
Rebecca of Singer Sisters Sweets is amazing! Always a pleasure to work with and her cakes taste just as good as they look!
Nicole Priest Photography
Nicole allows you to enjoy your party and captures all of the details and moments of your big day. She is a true gem to have!