Traditional camping goodies like hotdogs and corn on the cob pair great with treats like ants on a log, it’s creativity for the kids meets nostalgia for you and all your older guests that have certainly been camping at least once in their life!
Keeping the corn warm wrapped in tin-foil will be both functional and adds to the rustic camping vibe.
Next up we had to give mad props to the creator of this trail mix bar and we’re dying to know just who that is! I gave TinEye a try which will search for the origin of an image based on the image url and I got nada. If you happen to know who deserves credit for this please leave it in the comments. In the meantime, we’re happy to enjoy the idea and believe this bar doesn’t look too shabby when paired with our centerpiece sets and our Trail Mix Bar sign (if you’re looking for our most humble opinion).
For sweets what’s more token camping than sticky, melted marshmallows? We’ve got a couple variations included in the collage below along with some of our camping cupcake toppers and these adorable camping cookies.
Speaking of s’mores you can also get all fancy shmancy and take a some inspiration from this s’more roasting station:
Our absolute favorite sweet for the camping party is actually the simplest of all… an “out of the box” cake, brown frosting and this adorable fondant topper set which comes custom with your child’s name! TOO DARLING and for just close to $20 total (including the cake), we’ll worth it!
For drinks we’re stealing the “mud puddles” idea from the party we featured yesterday and agree that chocolate milk is the way to go! How cute are our straws in those washed out frappucino bottles?? Our water bottle labels aren’t too shabby either .
Who’s ready for a campout!? Tomorrow we’ll highlight some fun activities and favors for the camping party so come on back here for that and if you haven’t already, enter to win a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop by leaving a comment on any post this week!!
Credit Where Credit is due:
chocolate milk pitcher