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How to Decorate for a Western Event

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On this page there are suggestions on how to decorate for a western event, fundraiser, or party, and where to buy your supplies. You will certainly need a few room decorations, party props, balloons, and a vinyl banner to announce your event. Your western tableware and centerpiece is a great way to decorate! Read more decorating tips below.

Shown in this photo is the Western Boot Arch. It can be custom imprinted with the name of your event. A fun fundraising idea would be to sell photos taken under the arch.

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Western Event Supplies Include:

Room Decorations - includes wall and hanging decorations, including scene setters, banners, cut-outs, garlands, lights, balloons, swirls, danglers, and more.

Vinyl Banners - are an important item for any fundraising event. Personalize with information about your event and hang for everyone to see.

Western Props - include: rodeo kit, corral, western boots, saloon, barn, stable, jail, fence, cactus, Old West decorating kit, and more.

Tableware - can bring out the theme of the event. Choose from Western Lasso, Red Bandana, or Cow Print themes.


Western Party Ideas to Help You Create a Foot-Stompin Good Ole' Time

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WESTERN PARTY IDEAS FOR DECORATIONS

First of all, if at all possible try to hold your party in a barn or at a ranch, which will obviously give you an instant western feel and backdrop for your party. If this isn't doable, then roll up your sleeves and get ready to transform your party area into the Old West.

  • Hang a welcome sign that read's something like, "Welcome To Pete & Sandy's O.K. Corral."
  • Sprinkle hay on the floor.
  • Make painted signs out of old pieces of wood and hang them in your party area. The signs can say things like "Giddyup", "Chuck Wagon", "Howdy Pardner", "Haberdashery", "Dude Ranch", "Old West", etc.
  • Use western style rope as garland or barbwire garland to decorate and western-up an area.
  • Lay plastic or rubber snakes (the more realistic the better) around the grounds to add an authentic western feel. If they happen to scare a guest or two, all the better.
  • Place various sized cactus plants around the party area.
  • Cover your tables with denim or burlap fabrics, or in the alternative use gingham.
  • Create a floral centerpiece using an old metal coffee pot.
  • Line cowboy hats with bandanas and fill with chips, trail mix, and nuts or bowls of munchies.
  • If you have a fireplace or fire pits, be sure to light them up.

Scoot your boots and find more Western Party Ideas by visiting www.birthday-party-ideas-101.com, a party planning website written and edited by Professional Organizer, Elizabeth Chastain.

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