Monday, June 15, 2015

Lincoln's Baseball Party!

This past Saturday, we were blessed with a beautiful, sunny  and warm day as family and friends came to celebrate (our baby) Lincoln's 6th birthday!

The kids (and some parents) enjoyed a game of baseball, ate lunch and cake together, dove for piƱata candy and just enjoyed being outdoors...  

I wanted a vintage baseball feel for the party and used mostly red, white and blue. 

This free pallet - as found (red!) - made an easy backdrop. The tin number six and baseball card sign were purchased at Hobby Lobby. I made the little pennant banner out of ticking material and twine.

This "Concessions" banner is a free printable and can be found here. (Thank you Liz!)

In keeping with the baseball theme, we served hot dogs, potato chips, watermelon and veggies. We don't typically drink a lot of soda. So, as you can see, Lincoln and his buddy weren't wasting any time downing their orange-flavored Fantas! ;)

The vintage-inspired "Ice Cream Soda" sign I had bought last year from Pottery Barn...

Balloons and a Babe Ruth cardboard cutout (that I found at an antique shop) were in front of our driveway so that guests could find the party more easily...

The kids table...

In case you missed it, I wrote about the pallet flag, chalkboard score board and our DIY baseball field here.

Our birthday boy's nickname is "Cubby" - - 
the reason he is wearing a Chicago Cubs uniform! :)

Play ball!

For favors, the kiddos took home a base set (Dollar Tree), bat and ball (Dollar Tree), Cracker Jacks (Dollar Tree) and Big League Chew (Amazon).

It was a happy day, celebrating our little boy who brings our family so much joy...

Thank you for stopping by!


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  1. What a wonderful party! You thought of everything. I bet Lincoln and his friends love it!

  2. Julie! Julie! I can hardly stand it! That is BEYOND ADORABLE! Love! love ! Great job! That is definatly one for the scape book! Have you made a scapebook for each of your kids! Great idea! Talk soon, Cindy

    1. Thanks so much Cindy... I have fallen off of the scrapbook wagon! I occasionally do the My Publisher books and the boys love looking through them!

  3. Oh well ! I guess I spelled scrapbook wrong! Ha!

    1. No problem - I hate how you can't edit comments!!

  4. OMG! That is such a nice "old fashioned" boys birthday party. I love all the details that you thought of. The parting gifts couldn't be more perfect too. I loved the cake! I'm sure your son had a great day with all of your special planning that went into it.

    1. So sweet Kelly, thank you. It was a lot of fun and Lincoln loved it! Clean up... was not quite as fun, since we hauled out a bunch of furniture to the pasture... but well worth it!

  5. I absolutely love every aspect of this party! Everything was PERFECT. The vintage feel is right up my alley too. I bet the kids loved their take home gifts. Isn't it amazing what we can find at the Dollar store?! Great job. Thanks for sharing! I have pinned this, and I will also be sharing on my Facebook page.

  6. I love your baseball themed party Julie. Makes me wish my little man had a 6th birthday coming up. Your attention to detail is amazing. Love the Babe Ruth sign in your driveway to flag party goers. And what little boy wouldn't love a baseball game and those wonderful party favors? Again thank you so much for sharing at SYS!
    XO Barbara

  7. What a darling idea for a party. I know those joining the birthday boy had a great time. I bet they will remember this party for many years. Happy Birthday to that cute little guy.

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