Natasha, an adorable two-year-old, celebrated her birthday with family in friends in the most fun way! I love the big, bright, beautiful cake! There are so many cute ideas in this party, so be sure to check out all of the details and enjoy a little slice of  life in the country!

The setting was a western-themed park in Tuscon, Arizona which was a perfect backdrop to the Country Fair that was organized for the party day! 

The party incorporated the elements of the park and guests could enjoy riding the carousel and the bright red train.  I am sure the guests were delighted to get to hop aboard!

There were lots of games and even a petting zoo- the kids were able to enjoy animals you might really find at a Country Fair…

How cute is this Longhorn Ring Toss?

The decorations were colorful and very festive- I like how they were simple but full of fun!  Personalized banners are always a great touch to celebrate the special day.

Party favors were ready for the guests- displayed in the cutest ways…

I hope Natasha had a ball at her party! She looks like she loved every second!!

CREDITS…

PHOTOGRAPHY BY AMANDA BYNUM AT BYNUM PHOTOGRAPHY

PARTY DESIGNED AND PLANNED BY NITA SHAH

CAKE BY VILLAGE BAKERY IN TUSCON

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