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Anna’s Vintage Camping Party

I asked my almost 7 year-old what she wanted for her birthday. “I want a s’mores party,” she said. That’s my kid, thinking about the food first.

This year was the first year she truly got involved in the party ideas and execution. It was so fun to do with her! The girl’s got some fun and quirky style (as evidenced by the vintage embroidered tea towel that she is wearing here and has worn for 10 days straight)! So we took a vintage camping spin on the s’mores theme and went to town.

Thunderstorms were projected for the start of the party and after we took everything in three times over the course of the day because drops were felt, it never actually rained! I am convinced it is because I found my little 7 year-old inside the tent on her knees praying for “overcast skies only, please!” And for braving an outdoor party at the end of June in Georgia, I have to say, God loves little Anna. We even put a fire in the fire pit and didn’t melt! Large fans, plenty of cold drinks and spray bottles as water misters certainly helped. We had a blast!

Stay tuned for the tent DIY next week (so easy and fun and something we will use over and over)!

Reading in the tentSuitcases with peanuts and a DIY tentThis Party is Peanuts!

Outdoor Camping Party Decor


Marshmallows and Graham Crackers

"Le Camping" vintage print
In case you didn't get enough s'mores.... s'more for later!

Some here, "S'more for Later"!

Click on an individual picture to see a gallery scroll of all the fun details and descriptions!


Happy Vintage Camping and S’mores Party to my Anna and Happy Fourth of July to YOU, Friends!

Make a tent and roast some mallows and celebrate with your loved ones!

4 Responses to Anna’s Vintage Camping Party

  1. Phyllis Rice July 3, 2014 at 9:48 am #

    Such a fun party it was!! The decor was fabulous…and the food…well, I did have s’more and then s’more again! Awesome job, Anna and Gina!!

  2. Erin @ DIY on the Cheap July 7, 2014 at 4:31 pm #

    Such a fun idea! My boys would love to do something like this. Love that cute tent too!

  3. Gretchen@BoxyColonial July 7, 2014 at 11:25 pm #

    Looks like such a great party–glad the weather held for you! Love all the little vintage touches 🙂

  4. Andrea July 8, 2014 at 9:53 am #

    So fun! My daughter would love this but we’d have to come inside after the party. She would never actually sleep outside.

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