Instead of the same old birthday decorations, why not do something extra special for your child’s upcoming birthday? Maybe it’s a special birthday, like their first birthday or their 10th, or maybe you’re going all out with a party for your friends and family – either way, those party store decorations aren’t very inspiring. Instead, Farmstead Embroidery can create custom clothing to help celebrate the big day!
There are a couple of different options that you have when it comes to using embroidery to help you celebrate a birthday. The first, and most popular option, is to create a custom T-shirt that you can order for each party guest to wear during the party. Think of all the great photo ops! Plus, your guests will have a great keepsake to remember the day.
Another option is our custom onesie designs. We have a ton of adorable designs you can choose from. Add your child’s name or make we can create a custom design to match the theme of your party. We’ll happily work with any theme, from dinosaurs to the Hungry Caterpillar, tractors or fairy princesses – the possibilities are endless.
The birthday boy or girl can wear his or her custom onesie during the party (and if your child is turning 1 or 2, you can even create a special “cake eating” onesie to change your child into for the cake portion of the evening, since they usually make such a mess!). We can add designs like the ones mentioned above, or work with you to match your party décor. We’ll also personalize the onesie with your child’s name and the age he or she is turning to make a truly unique and memorable keepsake.
If there are other young kids attending the party, create custom onesies for them, too! They can even be stitched with adorable phrases like “I wish it was my birthday …” and “I’m 5, Owen is only 1!” The photos will be adorable, and the guests are sure to love the customized and fun designs.
Farmstead Embroidery is here for all of your custom embroidery needs. To learn more or to place an order, call us today at 330-832-5152 or stop in and see us on Poorman Street in Navarre, Ohio today.