The woodland theme came together so much easier than I anticipated because we live in the woods and have so many dead branches, logs, bark etc... Also, since this was planned around Easter I came across so many fun creatures that were out in the stores. OKay so lets get started, brace yourself... many pictures to come!

Menu consisted of: Three different kinds of gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, tomato basil soup, ants-on-a-log, fruit kabobs, trail mix, mushroom dip. 
Birthday BOY rockin the carharts!
"Baby trail mix" (puffs, cheerios and yogurt melts) and pureed sweet potatos 
Ha! Love this pic, Sawyer had the time of his life with this huge bowl of trail mix
I collected 1 year old pictures from our entire family. Cut out the pictures and wrote who they were on the back of every picture and made a tree out of it. It was fun to see who Sawyer resembles in our family. He actually looks just like me and just like my sister Jennie. 
Lyla enjoying her sweet potatoes from her baby food box!
Party favor table. Tree book from target for the kiddos and and a blue spruce tree seedling for the adults. 
Trees are from They are reasonable and are great party favors for parties or even weddings. 
We had such a fun day and the party went off without a hitch! I had so much fun planning all the details and crafting my heart away for the occasion. 
I am going to do a part II post to show how I did several things and explain more about some of the details of the party.
P.S. I have decided kids and baby birthday parties are my favorite thing to plan so if you are a mama and need some ideas or help, please contact me! I have many more ideas for other themes.