|via Sarah Luke Creative|
A banner, balloons, and some bandanas were all the decoration that was needed.
Nobody noticed anything besides the animals once they arrived.
|Feeding the goats was the biggest hit|
|Etsy seller lil sha-bebe made Finn's tshirt.|
|Let's not talk about the fact that Finn picked this duckling up out of the bucket by its head|
|Note the animal tattoos which were another big hit among the two year-old crowd.|
|Kissing a duck. Later, not shown: bathing in Purell.|
Later, we went inside for cupcakes. Earlier we had served Chick-fil-a nuggets, fruits, veggies, cheese and crackers, chips with salsa and guacamole, and various milk boxes, sodas, and beer.
|Icing only please.|
Kids went home with these little bags filled with a Farm Animals Coloring Book, animal crayons, and more animal tattoos.
I can't recommend the petting zoo idea enough. There was no set up on our part, they need only a small area to do it, and it can even be inside a garage if it rains. I googled and found quite a few farms in our area that do kids birthday parties (and even corporate happy hours- ha!).