Party Recap

Toy Story Western Theme Birthday


Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    Birthday Girl

  • Desserts

    General Store Candy & Birthday Cake

  • Activities / Games

    There's A Snake In My Boot, Tin Can Alley, Pony Horse Bouncy-www.magicjumprentals.com, Cowboy Clown-www.losangelesclown.com

  • Best Moment

    Seeing Ava's smile on her face when she walked into the party & singing her Happy Birthday

  • What People Ate

    Corn Bread, Potato Salad, Corn Salad, Rotisserie Chicken, Homemade Chilli, Mac N Cheese & Veggie Blk Bean Chilli

  • What People Drank

    Lemonade and Ice T

  • General Store

    The kids got a chance to pick their own favors. Some wanted the candy and some wanted the trinkets. Some wanted both.

  • Most Touching Moment

    Each child were greeted and given their own cowboy hat, badge and bandana.

  • Party Favors

    Cowboys hats, bandanas, sheriff badges and goodies from Ava's General Store


Party Helpers

  • Neighborhood Kids

    Party Planner

    Welcome to Neighborhood Kids! We specialize in small event planning & services for baby showers & children’s parties. Please email me regarding your event at neighborhoodkidsshop@gmail.com.
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  • Wendy C

    Wendy C wrote:

    Cute Party! I'm planning a Jessie b-day party for my daughter in a couple months. I love the labels for the favor bags:) Did you make them yourself?

  • Stephanie M

    Stephanie M wrote:

    Really CUTE!!!

  • Teresita S

    Teresita S wrote:

    Hi, I am having a birthday party for my son & I love this idea..so I was wondering can you help on how to do this? my email is: terebella89@yahoo.com thank you!

  • Nadia C

    Nadia C wrote:

    looking for a bday banner,where did you find yours?

  • Novelyn A

    Novelyn A wrote:

    Hello Nadia! The "Ava" sign I made myself using fabric (leftover from the dress I made my daughter see pics), felt, embroidery string and fabric glue. You just need to make stencils of the letters & stars, cut, sew (I used two layers of colors for the letters) and then glue down to fabric. Frame and presto you have a sign. Thanks for the question and stopping by. -Neighborhood Kids