If you stopped by earlier in the week you saw my twist on St. Patrick's Day . We celebrated with the Irish Elk. Funky Monkey Designs created the invitation. Funky Monkey Designs asked the artist D. Trudeau if we could use her art which was the inspiration for this party. (Always ask and get permission from the artist before using their work)
I looked everywhere for an Irish Elk figure but couldn't find one so I had to use his stunt double.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation loaned me antlers and hides for the party. It helped bring the look and feel of the party to life. My friends property in Montana served as the backdrop.
Just playing around with the party props to achieve different looks. Apothecary jars are a very versatile party prop.
Auntie Bea's Bakery created the perfect cookies for this party. Elk silhouettes and shamrocks. Very tasty too. That great faux bois 2 tier stand was painted by Bubble Off Plumb.
These cupcakes were delish! My friends kitchen smelled amazing when we made the candied bacon. I made sure to take some to The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation as a thank you for loaning me antlers and hides. Recipe from Just a Pinch.
I found these great little pies in my local grocery store. Favor Bags by Fancy & Fold.
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
A big thank you to the vendors. Their products help bring party visions to life.
Suddenly Surrounded by Taxidermy for letting me set up the party on her property.
D. Trudeau for allowing us to use her artwork.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation for loaning me antlers and hides.
Funky Monkey Designs for creating the invitations.
Auntie Bea's Bakery for sugar cookies in the party theme.
Fancy & Fold for creating favor bags.
Ten 23 Designs for the wood shamrocks