Fore! Grab your plaid and head for the range; it's time for a golf birthday party!
October 03, 2013
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Set the Table
Set the scene for the perfect golf birthday party by bringing out all the classic elements of the game: turf, plaid, and argyle. From silver cup favors to cookies suspended on fake grass, this golf birthday party is ready for tee time.
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Designing a party around a sport or sporting event lends tons of fun. We love adding a cute pun to invitations, like the Par-Tee celebration on the golf invitation. Be sure to include whether or not you'll be feeding the pint-sized golfers!
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Boxed lunches are an easy way to feed your guests when hosting an outdoor party. The cute sticker lets them know what they'll find in the lunchbox, and a disposable bamboo spoon stamped with "Happy Birthday" finishes the look.
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Putting Green Cake
Classic and clean argyle decorates a simple white cake iced with smooth fondant. Top your cake with a putting green and icing golf ball. If you like, make the flag your candle!
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Whether you're serving store-bought Snowballs or making your own sugar-coated treat, topping desserts with pint-sized flags adds fun color to your party decor. Don't be shy about mixing prints; this is golf, after all!
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Send guests home with a trophy for their time. Having enough mini-trophies for all your guests means you don't need to keep score during the party games. Just celebrate, have fun, and send everyone home a winner.
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Too-Cute Cookie Favors
Too-cute sugar cookies, featuring flags, golf balls, and greens made from icing, serve as the perfect party favor to send home with your guests. The only question is if they'll be too cute to eat.
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Golf Party Ball Bucket
Thank guests for playing "a round" by sending them home with a bucket of powdered sugar-covered treats. Reusable silver pails serve as the perfect golf bucket, and are likely to be reused by guests in their own homes.