Wednesday, December 16, 2015

{My Parties} Paw Patrol Party

Paw Patrol, Paw Patrol, whenever you're in trouble!
Paw Patrol, Paw Patrol, be there on the double!
I don't know about you but that song is ALWAYS in my head.
Paw Patrol has become a HUGE deal for the preschool set in the past year! My son started watching it as soon as it premiered and he has been obsessed since day 1! He was even Ryder for Halloween this year! 
So, the natural birthday party theme choice for him was Paw Patrol!

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I am finally getting around to blogging it, even though it was 6 months ago! It's been a busy year!
So, let's get started!

I always like to welcome my guests to my home with a fun door hanging. I made this one with craft foam and printables. 
I always like to hang something big in my entryway, to make a big impact on guests when they arrive. So, this time I made all the paw patrol member's badges by cutting large pieces of cardboard and painting them. All the silver parts are duct tape to make it shine. 

In my living room, I hung these giant balloons from Birthday Express and a printable banner. 


I set up the kid's main party table outside on our patio. I used two 6 foot tables with red cloths and simple white folding plastic chairs. 
Every chair had a pair of dog ear headbands from Birthday Express. Some had dalmation and some had hound ears. Every place setting also had these cute dog bone sippie cups for the kids to drink from and to take home for a favor!

For the centerpieces, I covered simple hat boxes with colored cardstock and added yellow bag shred and paw patrol stickers. Then, I added these paw patrol printables to bamboo skewers and stuck them into styrofoam at the base of the hat box. So easy and so cute!

I think he liked the party! 

For our dessert table, I had this awesome backdrop designed with his name in the Paw Patrol logo design. Driftwood Printing printed it out for me and then I added some Paw Patrol character stickers to it to complete the look! 

I found some adorable Paw Patrol fabric over the top of a simple blue linen. I also cut some simple bone shapes with my Silhouette and then strung them onto blue ribbon. 


I found this bone shaped corkboard at Tuesday Morning and it was black before I painted it red to match the party. These white chocolate and peanut butter dog bone truffles made the perfect party treat and there were none left! 
As always, Mad Lily Cakery made me a gorgeous cake for the party.
How adorable is this?
Any dog party has to have water bowls! We did blue jello for Zuma's Water Bowls. 
Amanda at SemiSweet Confections always amazes me with her talent. But, these.....I mean......
Can you believe these cookies! Too cute to eat!!
I'm pretty sure she was cursing me as she was making them since there are so, so many colors of icing involved in these doggies. 

What is better for a dog themed party than hot dogs? We did a hot dog bar for our guests with their choices of toppings, and because I am stickler for the details, I even changed the labels on the condiments. 


For our favors, we did these adorable "doggie bags" filled with all kinds of Paw Patrol Goodies!


This boy had an awesome Paw Patrol party!  His face says it all!







Vendors: 

Backdrop Design: PartyPop Prints
Backdrop Printing: Driftwood Printing
Bone Truffles: Sweet Belle Cakes
Birthday Supplies: Birthday Express
Printables: Ombre Designs
All Styling and Photography: GreyGrey Designs


13 comments:

  1. I love your party styling for this party! The details are amazing and I'm sure made everything super special. I have a question if you don't mind, where did you get the birthday banner (over the fireplace) and the condiment labels for the ketchup, mustard and relish? I'm having a Paw Patrol party for my son and would love to have them for his party. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Christine! The Banner is from an Etsy Seller--Ombre Designs
      and the labels for the condiments is also an Etsy Seller-- AshleysPaperTrail
      Have fun with the party planning!

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  2. Hi, what size did you order for the backdrop?

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    1. Is that the size you ordered from Driftwood Printing?

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    2. I'm not positive, since it has been 7 months. But, I think that she printed it like 42x72? I know I added some green to the bottom to cover up the spot where it was not big enough for my backdrop.

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  3. Hi, what website did you get the paw patrol printables from that you used for the centerpieces?

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    1. They were from an Etsy seller. I am sorry, it has been 7 months and I can't remember the seller name.

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  4. Can you tell me where you purchased your doggie bags from?
    Thank you

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  5. Can you tell me where you purchased the doggie bags? Thank you!

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  6. Hi, where did you get the doggy headbands?

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