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Coming up with a picnic desert is easy. Strawberry short-cake cake with buttercream frosting for the adults and marshmallow fondant topped sugar cookies for the kids. As a parting gift, the adults get a basket of fresh strawberries and the children walk away with red and green bubble gum. Enjoy!

strawberry picnic

strawberry picnic

strawberry picnic

strawberry picnic

We’re so excited to have an event planner that we love as a guest contributor this week, Lindi Haws. Visit her on her own blog, Love the Day or check out the rest of the Strawberry Picnic printables in her shop. Photography and graphic design also by Lindi Haws. 





After guests enjoy their picnic lunch, it’s time for some field games! The strawberry bean bag toss is sure to be the kid’s favorite game of the day, with challenges ranging from ‘toss with your eyes closed’ to ‘toss standing on one leg.’ You can also have sack races, play freeze tag, or enjoy a game of red light, green light!

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strawberry-picnic

strawberry-picnic

strawberry-picnic

strawberry-picnic

To make a bean bag
Supplies: burlap, scissors,  strawberry bean bag template, tape, red and green acrylic paint, sponge brush, small dried beans (enough to fill each bag you make),needle and thread or sewing machine

  • Per bag, cut two 6×6 inch squares of burlap.
  • Download the strawberry bean bag template.
  • Cut out the strawberry (leaving the green stem) on page 1. Cut out the stem on page 2.
  • Line the strawberry base template up on the burlap and tape.
  • Paint the strawberry base.
  • Line the strawberry stem template up on the burlap and tape.
  • Paint the strawberry base.
  • Put the painted burlap square onto of the blank burlap square and sew three sides.
  • Fill the the bag with beans and sew that last side shut.
  • Sew around all four sides one more time to secure.

We’re so excited to have an event planner that we love as a guest contributor this week, Lindi Haws. Visit her on her own blog, Love the Day or check out the rest of the Strawberry Picnic printables in her shop. Photography and graphic design also by Lindi Haws. 





Decorating for your strawberry picnic is easy. Use burlap for the tablecloth and create a fabric-tied garland to hang above the table.  A window-box full of strawberry plants serve as the centerpiece and paper doilies sit under the mason jar glasses filled with fresh strawberry lemonade. Give each child their own picnic basket complete with a name tag, personalized stuffed strawberry, water, and a strawberry and cream cheese sandwich wrapped in fabric. Printable paper products like straw flags and strawberry wands help accent the table and bring in a more color. See below to download some yummy free printables (the rest of the party printables are for sale in Lindi’s shop). Hooray for summer strawberries!

strawberry-party

strawberry-party

strawberry-party

strawberry-party

strawberry-party

Click the image below to download 3 Strawberry Picnic Party printables!

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We’re so excited to have an event planner that we love as a guest contributor this week, Lindi Haws. Visit her on her own blog, Love the Day or check out the rest of the Strawberry Picnic printables in her shop. Photography and graphic design also by Lindi Haws. 





With summer in full swing and strawberries in season, it’s a perfect time to throw your little sweetie a Strawberry Picnic Party. Send out this fun gingham invite and treat your guests to a day of picnic baskets, strawberry lemonade, bean bag tossing and strawberry shortcake!

strawberry-picnic

strawberry-picnic

strawberry-picnic

strawberry-picnic

strawberry-picnic

We’re so excited to have an event planner that we love as a guest contributor this week, Lindi Haws. Visit her on her own blog, Love the Day or check out the rest of the Strawberry Picnic printables in her shop. Photography and graphic design also by Lindi Haws. 





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