Paw Patrol Birthday Party Bash!
Items Party Place has available to help you complete the perfect Paw Patrol Party
- Disposable Paw Patrol themed cups
- Paw Patrol themed napkins
- Paw Patrol themed thermoses
- Paw Patrol themed dinner plates
- Paw Patrol themed cake plates
- Paw Patrol themed washable hard cups
- Paw Patrol themed tablecloths
- Paw Patrol themed party hats
- Paw Patrol themed party favors: goody bags, dog tags with characters faces on them, stickers, bracelets and more
- Colored balloons to match theme
- Paw Patrol themed centerpieces
- Paw Patrol themed swirl ceiling decorations
- Paw Patrol themed “Chase” masks
- Paw Patrol themed birthday ribbon for birthday boy/girl
- Paw Patrol themed invitations
“Paw Patrol! Paw Patrol! Whenever you’re in trouble! Paw Patrol! Paw Patrol! We’ll be there on the double!” Chances are, if you have a young child, you’ve heard this song many times before. Paw Patrol is one of the most popular shows on Nickelodean for youngsters, and lucky for us parents, it’s not that bad to have to watch on repeat! Chances also are, that your little boy or girl might want to do a totally Paw Patrol themed birthday! Party Place has just about every item you will need in stock to help you create the perfect Paw Patrol birthday.
Things to Take into Consideration When Choosing a Venue for Your Party:
Depending on when your little one’s birthday is, weather could be a factor if you want to have an outside party. Pool parties, during the Summer months, would work well with this theme, as well as Spring picnic parties at your local park. If your child’s birthday falls in the Winter and Autumn months, opt for an inside party. Hold the event at your home, or pick a party venue. Most cities have inside jump around parks, like the Monkey House in Fort Smith, or skating rinks, movie theaters, and even gymnastic gyms. Your local McDonald’s is another option. Most have party rooms that can be rented, just call to reserve.
For those of us who aren’t Pinterest Mom or Dad of the year with creativity and projects, we have premade Paw Patrol themed invitations available just for you. Basically, all you will need to include is your child’s name, the address of the party venue, the date and time, and a good RSVP number. If you’d like, you can include a price range cap (only bring gifts up to $10, $20, etc). You can even ask your guests to bring their favorite Paw Patrol toy.
The Party Place has everything you need to decorate your party exactly the way you want. We make it easy to create the perfect table set ups. Use our Paw Patrol themed tableclothes to line each table you have ready for you guests. Place our Paw Patrol themed centerpieces in the middle of the tables to really spruce things up. In our centerpiece package, you will receieve a giant “Lookout” piece that should be used on the birthday girl’s or boy’s table. Place the other smaller centerpieces on the cake and present tables, then sprinkle the paw print confetti on the guests tables. We have Paw Patrol themed dinner plates for your guests to load up on their favorite treats, and smaller plates that can be used for everyone’s favorite part: the cake! Colored plastic wear is in stock as well, so you can pick out the best hue to match your theme! Adorn your ceilings with our Paw Patrol themed swirl decorations and Happy Birthday streamers! We also have colored ribbons and colored balloons to match–11 inch latex balloons are $1.59 each, or a dozen balloons are priced at $15.99. We even have goody bags to send home with your guests, but we will get to those details in a minute.
Your local bakery should be able to create a great Paw Patrol birthday cake–some even have cakes and cupcakes premade using your child’s favorite Paw Patrol characters.
Hot Dogs–because, why not? Hot dogs are easy to make and inexpensive to buy. Most kids love hot dogs, and it totally goes along with the theme.
Display all of your different treats in dog bowl serving trays!
Want to really take your theme further? Check out the recipe below!
Dog Bone Cookies
1 cup butter
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 teaspoons baking powder
3 cups flour
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. In a large bowl cream butter and sugar with electric mixer. Beat in egg and vanilla. Add baking powder and flour one cup at a time, mixing after each addition. The dough will be very stiff. Blend last flour in by hand. Do not chill dough. Divide dough into 2 balls, On a floured surface, roll each ball in a circle approximately 12″ in diameter and 1/8″ thick. Use cutters as guide; the dough should be only slightly thinner than cutter. Use a fork to create the holes in the center. Bake cookies on ungreased cookie sheet on top rack of oven for 6 to 7 minutes, or till cookies are lightly browned.
Adopt a Puppy:
Pick up some tiny stuffed dog animals and display them in a basket. Make sure to include adoption certificates, and encourage each child to take one home with them! Kids will absolutley love this, and it gives them something meaningful to remember this special day. Have fun with your guests by allowing them chances to share the name they picked of their new puppy with everyone at the party. Take pictures of each child with their stuffed animal and post them on an online photo sharing site so parents can have the memory, too!
In the “Doghouse” Musical Game: The object of this game is not to get caught in the “doghouse” when the music is stopped. Use a big box to make a doghouse and cut out two doors. You will need a music source (iPod, CD Player, etc) and have someone employed to stop the music periodically. When the music starts, the first child goes through one door of the doghouse and out the other, the next child in line follows the first, and so on. Children continue passing through the house until the music stops. The child who is in the doghouse when the music stops is caught! For younger children, award a prize or sticker to ensure that everyone wins. For older children, the child who is caught is “out” for that game, just as in musical chairs. Continue playing until only one child remains and is named the winner.
Romping Rovers: Younger children love pretend play, so they’re sure to enjoy acting like dogs. Ask them to sit, roll over, lie down, and shake a paw.
Feed the Puppy: In this variation of a bean bag toss, start with a poster of a dog. Glue the poster onto cardboard, and cut a hole near the dog’s mouth. Hand three real dog treats to each player, and let the children take turns tossing the treats through the hole to “feed” the dog. Award a small prize to any child who gets one treat through the hole and a larger prize to any child who gets in all three treats.
Doggy Freeze Dance: Have all the kiddos dance and bark to dog music. When you call “Freeze” and stop the music, everyone has to stop. Anyone still moving after you say “Freeze” is out. Continue playing until only one child remains. Songs to use during this activity could be “Who Let the Dogs Out”, “How Much is that Doggy in the Window,” “Paw Patrol” themesong, or any other song you prefer.
Paw Patrol Trivia: Have your guests answer questions about the show! The winner gets a prize!
Goody Bags and Party Favors
When the party is over, send your guests home with a little something. We have Paw Patrol themed dog tags, stickers, bracelets, and more available that you can stuff inside a party favor bag covered in the Paw Patrol pups.
The Paw Patrol theme is a fun way to celebrate your child’s birthday!