Throwing a “paw-some” Paw Patrol party for your little one? Not too sure where to start? Below we’ve come up with a few of our favourite Paw Patrol party ideas to get you started.
Paw Patrol Tableware
Start off with the essentials – create a basic table set up with Paw Patrol themed plates, cups and napkins. Mix it up with bold patterns and primary colours; big polka dots and candy stripes are perfect as well as simple block colours. Add lime green plastic cutlery and place red paper napkins inside your Paw Patrol cups for added interest. You could make collar-like sleeves to go over your cups, add the names of your guests to circular tags and you’ve got a quick and easy option for place names. Or why not make your own bone or shield-shaped place cards.
Next, add in your party favours. We all know one of the best things about parties when you’re a child is rummaging through your party bag to see what goodies you’ve got! Choose from themed Paw Patrol party bags, or if you’ve got time you could decorate red and blue paper party bags with the classic Paw Patrol shield. Fill with traditional party bag fillers like Paw Patrol stickers, themed erasers, masks and bubbles. Filling party bags can be quite the task if you’re filling a lot of them; separate your fillers into piles to make things speedier.
Now for the fun part – packing your party space full of decorations! Create big balloon bunches with helium-filled Paw Patrol balloons as well as brightly coloured and polka dot balloons. Tie with curling ribbon at varying heights to create full arrangements. Keep the lengths short and use your balloons as table centrepieces or have them longer if you’re dotting them around the party room. Classic party bunting is perfect for the outdoors and for indoors why not hang a selection of swirling ceiling decorations. Our inflatable dog is quite the doorman and he makes a good party prop too.
Paw Patrol Party Food
There’s so many ways to give your party menu a Paw Patrol makeover. Use cookie cutters to shape your sandwiches and pizza into little dog shapes. Serve snacks like ‘pup-corn’ in dog bowls (new and clean of course!). Bake up some sugar cookies in fun themed shapes like dog bones, paw prints and shields; kids will love decorating them as a fun party activity. If you’re struggling for ideas, Pinterest is a great place to get inspiration.
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