My Dad loves the outdoors so we planned his party outside and used rustic vintage items to decorate which is just his style. April, as long as it's not storming, is a perfect time of year for an outdoor event and the weather was beautiful.
We welcomed "party goers" with a sign created from an old plow by simply writing on the rusty blade with chalk. The first time it rains the message will wash away.
We gathered old photographs and created a display for everyone to reminisce about the good old days by hanging an old window frame and empty picture frames. An old ironing board with a wooden top served as a display table and it held a glass cookie jar that we placed birthday wishes in for the birthday boy.
Here we used an enamel bucket with a tumbleweed holding a chalkboard sign to share information with our guests. In the background you can see mix-matched chairs grouped together for seating.
Food + Family + Friends = Good Times!
Here's a Heart Rock for your Pocket:
Two are better than one because they have a good return for their labor. For if either of them falls, the one will lift up his companion. Ecclesiastes 4:9-10
Wishing you God's best,
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