The hot dogs cooked on low in the slow cooker for 4 hours. Then we put them in buns, wrapped them in foil, and warmed them in a 200 degree oven for about 30 minutes. Perfectly warm when it was time to eat!
We put homemade popcorn in cute little treat sacks from Cherished Blessings on Etsy.
I made some amazing pumpkin cupcakes from Lulu the Baker.
The concession-style candy was inspired by Oh Happy Day.
The homemade "Movie Night" banner was made by yours truly.
My cousin Giselle designed the ADORABLE invitations.
For the movie screen, we bought a $6 white drop cloth from the hardware store. I hand-sewed the top of it like a curtain. Then, we ran a small pvc pipe through it, and a rope through the pipe. This ensured it was straight and tight at the top. The rope was then tied to the trees. At the bottom, we used another pvc pipe to weigh it down. We also put a few concrete bricks behind the screen so it couldn't blow back. We're going to see if we can roll it up nicely and reuse it sometime. :) Oh, and we already had the lights hanging out back, but you can get them at Target or Hobby Lobby for like 12 bucks or so.
|Enjoying a juice box for the first time!|
|Blowing out her candle!|
|Icing first! My kind of girl. :)|
|Snuggles with daddy.|
Thank you to our sweet family and friends who came and celebrated our girl!