Country Birthday

My sister, whom I talk about…a lot!, turned 30 this year.  I love me some party planning, so I jumped at the chance to do her party.  It all started with her boot.

Audie's Alchemy // Country Birthday Bash

She wanted a country themed party, and I took inspiration from her boot.  I did a little post here, about my vision for her party.  My cousin and I took a trip to the Los Angeles Flower Market, for flowers obviously.   I got some spectacular sunflowers for only $1 each and a lot of other glorious flowers all for only $35.  Hobby Lobby supplied the ribbon and lace.  Blacksmith’s Corner had the Claeys Candy for the tables.  Everything came together seamlessly.

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We served up some amazing bar-b-que and homemade desserts.

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We had s’mores, brownies, triple berry pie, apple cake, peach cobbler trifle, chocolate pie, and rice krispy balls.  The brownie bites were amazing!  You place a cupcake liner in the cupcake pan.  Place an Oreo, on the bottom, about 1/2 a teaspoon of peanut butter on top of the Oreo, and then about 1/4 cup of brownie mix on top of that.  Bake at 350ºF for about 15 minutes.  So good!

It was a wonderful day filled with love, laughter, and some of my favorite littles!

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