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GONE FISHING PARTY

Gone Fishing Party Decor
Fishing Rods & Reels

Wooden Crates
Wooden Cutlery
Hessian Tablecloths
Fish Nets
Green Oil Lanterns
“Gone Fishing” Sign
Green Grass Table Runner
Green Grass Placemats
Wooden Fish Bowl
Paper Boat Food Labels
Tree Trunk Cupcake Stands
Galvanized Steel Buckets
Green Fishing Nets
Black Skillets

Gone Fishing Party Eats & Treats
Salty Fish Puffs
Paper Boat Cupcakes
Tuna Mayonnaise "Fish" Sandwiches
Ham & Cheese Fish Sandwiches
"Bait & Tackle" Sweets
Green Jelly Cups with Paper Boats
Galvanized Buckets with Gummy Worms “Bait & Tackle”
Chocolate “River Pebbles”
Pretzel Stick “Fishing Rods”
Fish Cookies
“Catch of the Day” Fish Nuggets & Crisps in Tins
“Lake Water” Mineral Water Bottles
Iced Coffee in Enamel Cups
Caramel Popcorn “Bait” in Brown Paper Bags
"Fish" Pizza Bites
Green "Fish Pond" Punch

Gone Fishing Party Favours
Fishing Nets
Tackle Boxes
Galvanized Steel Buckets
Square Brown Boxes

GONE FISHING PARTY
 7 MAY 2016

Fishing, or angling, is increasingly becoming one of the most popular participatory sports, if not the most popular! And it's something dad, mom and the children can enjoy together!

We set up and styled this "Gone Fishing" themed eats & treats table for a cute little fisherman, Pieter's 6th birthday party!

The table decor included a hessian tablecloth, a fish net, green grass placemats, a fishing rod, a green fishing net, food labels, tree trunk cupcake stands, a green oil lantern, a "Gone Fishing" sign and wooden crates.

We served Cadbury's Shortcake Tumbles "River Pebbles" in black skillets, "Catch of the Day" fish bites & crisps in tins, sour worms "Bait" in tiny galvanized steel buckets, salty fish puffs, pretzel sticks "Fishing Rods" in galvanized steel buckets, "Bait & Tackle" sweets in a tackle box, origami boat cupcakes, caramel popcorn in a wooden fish bowl and fish cookies.

To drink we served bottled "Dam Water" as well as green "Fishing Pond" punch in a drinks dispenser with green paper cups and green & white striped paper straws.

Each little fisherman took home a galvanized steel bucket filled with treats to take home.

GONE FISHING PARTY
12 FEBRUARY 2016

Now this is my kind of party theme, I loved each & every element! I am not much of a fisherman but I love working with wooden elements and I like original themes. :)

A big thank you to Tinus for letting me use all his fishing "stuff", I wouldn't have been able to do it without him!

We decorated the table with a green tablecloth, a hessian tablecloth, wooden crates & boxes, fishing hats, wooden bowls & plates, fishing rods & reels, a "Gone Fishing" sign, green grass placemats, origami paper boats, food labels, wooden cutlery, tree trunk cupcake stands, a fishing jacket & boots, a green oil lantern, galvanized steel buckets, a book on fly fishing flies, a large fishing nets, small hand nets and a neat shoulder bag.

To eat we served pretzel "Fishing Rods" in galvanized steel buckets, vanilla cupcakes with origami brown paper boats, "Bait & Tackle" sweets in a tackle box, "Catch of the Day" fish bites & crisps in tins, caramel popcorn in brown paper packets, tuna mayonnaise "Fish" sandwiches in a wooden fish bowl and chocolate "River Pebbles".

To drink we served (very) green "Fish Pond" punch with mini enamel cups.

Each little fisherman took home a square brown party favour box filled with treats.

GONE FISHING PARTY
26 OCTOBER 2013

Now this was something different, a nice and original theme!

The daddy and all the children are talented anglers so this was the perfect theme for the birthday boy's party.

We served "Catch of the Day" fish bites & crisps in tins, sour worms "Bait" in tiny galvanized steel buckets, "River Pebbles" peanut clusters, "Fishing Rods" pretzel sticks, "Bait" sweets in a tackle box, popcorn in brown paper bags in a wooden crate and tuna mayonnaise "Fish" sandwiches in a wooden fish bowl as well as delicious fish cakes baked by the birthday boy's Italian grandmother, top chef!

To drink we served bottled "Dam Water"! Some children were a little reluctant... :)

We decorated the eats & treats table with green tablecloths, a hessian table runner, a fish net, wooden crates, a green oil lantern, some of the children's and daddy's trophies and medals as well as one of my father-in-law's old reels.

Each little fisherman took home a green tackle box filled with treats.

The awesome mommy prepared snoek & sweet potato for lunch, I almost invited myself! Delicious!