I created this simple party wreath out of a pool noodle and used old t-shirts and recycled them to cover the wreath. Used a white grosgrain ribbon to add the stripes around. Created ribbon pinwheels with a custom birthday stamp from PSA Essentials.
If you look closely. I was able to include my husbands birth year and his birth place. I also added some pre-cut maple leaves to bring the whole theme together.
I am also thankful for the kind farmer from Page Farms (3 minutes away from my house). The owner loaned me three picnic tables "for free" and took care of transporting them to my house. Oh yeah, he picked them up a few days after the party. I am the luckiest girl. I can't believe I was able to score these amazing picnic tables from Page Farms. A shout out to my friendly neighbor. Thank you again for making the party a success.
The kindness didn't stop there. My good neighbor helped cook our pig. Yes, a true Eastern North Carolina pig roast right in our backyard.My guests got into the whole pig pickin' experience and I'm happy to say we didn't have any leftovers.
We packed the plastic ware inside craft bags. I stamped each bag with PSA Essentials custom birthday stamp I designed for the party.