Guy-approved Birthday Themes for Fall: Fun, Fun, Fun!

Show your significant other (i.e., husband, soul mate, or male BFF) that you know how to plan a fun party this fall. With these 6 hip guy-approved birthday themes that are definitely masculine, get inspired now. Using dessert and drinks tables, including table decor as our theme guide, we show you what creative event planners and stylists have been planning for their own friends and family. Enjoy these ideas and make your own special celebration a reality!

Fall Birthday Themes Ideas for Men from Modern to Rustic

Guy-approved  Birthday Themes for Fall from Lumberjack to Jack Daniels Theme.

1 – Theme:  40th birthday beer theme

This 40th birthday party with a rustic barnyard look was styled by Home with Keki. Working with a tight budget, she managed to pull off a dazzling party for her husband. In this theme, she made her own beer bottle centerpieces with florals costing no more than $50. Laid out on kraft paper runners, the centerpieces were filled with greens in bottles that were tied together using a burlap ribbon and birthday tag. These were set atop tree bark platters and surrounded with candle votives. At each table, whimsical beer cartons were labeled with the birthday celebrant’s name and filled with popcorn.

2 – Theme:  Modern rustic theme

A modern rustic themed 40th birthday with styling by Laurie Arons. This dessert table just so happens to be for the popular chef we all love: Tyler Florence. We love the rustic decor of this cake and dessert table that was filled with treats from Paula LeDuc Fine Catering. Displayed on tiered wooden risers, these treats included southern-inspired recipes like mini bourbon pecan pies, banana trifles, apple turnovers, and caramel corn with a birthday cake at the center.

3 – Theme:  Masculine themed 40th birthday

For an easy drinks table you can put together for a masculine 40th birthdayHomespun Hostess did a wonderful job for her husband’s celebration. Using masculine elements like leather trays, chalkboard signs, and steel buckets, this drinks table served up two signature drinks of Rum and Coke, and Black-n-Tan. It also included cigars and matches displayed with cigar boxes and candle holders.

4 – Theme:  40th modern black and white camera theme

A black and white 40th birthday themed dessert table with a camera motif that you can find via Green Beansie Ink. The table is filled with goodies like camera cookies, macarons, cupcakes, chocolate bars, M&Ms, a chocolate camera, meringues, and an amazing chocolate birthday cake with a camera cake topper. Vendor credits: custom printables: Green Beansie Ink on Etsy; Styling ,desserts, photography by Ribbon Whirls; Macarons by The Mac Factory, and Camera Cake by Sugar and Spice Cakes.

5 – Theme:  Jack Daniel’s theme

A Jack Daniel’s 40th birthday celebration with styling by Pavone Events. This whiskey theme had a black and white color palette with a dessert table that was filled with Jack Daniel’s-themed goodies. These ranged from Jack and Coke cupcakes to caramels and truffles with whiskey. Wooden crates, driftwood, hay, whiskey barrel tables, used bottles of Jack Daniel’s, lanterns, and mason jars are just some of the elements that were used for the decor. Florals included a mix of wild flowers, sunflowers, daisies, and roses.

Lumberjack theme via Jenny Cookies

6 – Theme:  Lumberjack birthday theme

A lumberjack themed dessert table by Jenny Cookies. Decorated with vintage tools like saws, hammers, and blades on a backdrop made from a wooden pallet, this whimsically rustic table was filled with sweets like personalized cookies in plaid buttercream decorations together with yummy saw and tree-shaped cookies. She also made delicious peanut butter cracker cookies dipped in chocolate and decorated with a tree on top. The table would not be complete without a fantastic lumber wood cake with a fondant ax on the top, while the inside had a buffalo plaid design. How cool is that!

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