Oriental Trading Company.
Oriental Trading Company, they are a great resource for parties!
The name tags I found in Google images. I printed them off in business card size & then hand wrote each child's name on it.
I set sidewalk chalk out on the patio for a little extra something to do. But kids had plenty to do...
We had a pile of dirt in the yard to fill in some holes. I hadn't gotten to this landscaping project before the party so I just threw some kid shovels, rakes & buckets on the pile. It was a big hit.
We had stick horse races.
And at the end each rider won a ribbon. We have buckets of these from horse shows, but I be you could find generic ones online.
Our friend is a team roper so he brought out his ropes & roping dummy & gave all the buckaroos a lesson. The kids loved it!
And when the dummy was being used for roping it made a great bull for riding.
There was a branding lesson as well, & each kid got to take home a block of wood that they branded themselves.
Of course there were horseback rides.
And we played Hunt in the Hay. Coming from a long line of dairy farmers & ranchers this game was a staple kid game at our family reunions. Basically you take a bale of hay & break it up & then hide a bunch of goodies like little toys, candy, & such. On three all the kiddos run to the pile of hay & dig through to find whatever treasures they can. It's kind of like a western version of the pinata.
For grub I put out snacks in metal camping dishes & mason jars. There was trail mix, licorice, chips & salsa, & peanuts (still in their shell of course). For lunch I served pulled pork sliders, baked beans, coleslaw, & homemade mac & cheese. I got great cups, plates, & table clothes from Birthday Direct. I used outgrown cowboy boots, hats & bandannas to decorate with. I folded bandannas in half & tied the ends together to make a cowboy banner across the front porch.
Hope this helps in your party planning endeavors. Cowboy up!