A farm-themed party is a great way to get the family together for your child’s first birthday. It’s a gender-neutral theme that those of all ages can enjoy. If you’re looking for some inspiration on how to transform your venue into a funky farm-yard, look no further.
We also have a full guide with tips on how to throw the best farm-themed birthday party for your one-year-old.
1. Printed Balloons.
One of the easiest ways to introduce a farmyard vibe to your venue is with some animal-printed balloons. You could even make your own by sticking on cow spots to a white balloon.
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2. Piggy lanterns.
Here’s another great DIY for a farm-themed birthday bash. Simply buy some colourful lanterns and turn them into adorable animals for your backyard or living room. The lights will also look great in the evening.
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3. Hen party.
Meanwhile, these handmade chickens can be crafted from the party supplies you already have to hand.
4. A farmer’s den.
We’re very impressed by this incredible table display. Recreate the look effortlessly with some bold balloons, quirky fabrics and a bit of creativity.
5. Barnyard backdrops.
If you’re wanting to have a little photoshoot at your get-together, be sure to create the perfect backdrop. We love the idea of having your little ones pose in front of this makeshift barndoor.
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For more party games and activities for a farm-themed first birthday party, check out our extensive list.
6. Hay bales.
Another idea for a fab photo op is this hay bale horse. Just be sure no one suffers from allergies.
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7. A personal touch.
Customise your party decor by adding in subtle nods towards who the birthday boy/girl is. Decorate the first letter of their name or even the number ‘one’.
8. It’s in the little details.
Remember, you don’t have to go all out with complex designs to have a chic rural aesthetic.
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9. Bandana bunting.
Have some old 90s bandanas lying around the house? Fashion them into something new and create this farm-inspired banner for your party venue.
10. Photo wall.
A memory wall not only serves as a lovely party decoration, but it will also make a wonderful keepsake for years to come.
11. Old MacDonald’s high chair.
Ensure that the best seat in the house fits in with the farm theme by embellishing your baby’s highchair. Perhaps use the leftover fabric from the bandana bunting to create this rustic finish?
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