Good morning all! I am taking a second to enter the Decorate to Celebrate Kid's themed Brithday Challenge! I am excited to enter this as one of my favorite things to do is plan my kids birthday parties! I start planning their next birthday the day after the party! :) I like doing this because it gives me time to get stuff ready as well and buying stuff over the year instead of getting everything all at once is much nicer!
This party was a Disney's Cars birthday party done for my sons 4th birthday. He loves the movie Cars and I think he would have a cars party every year if I would let him. I did not get pictures of everything but this gives you a pretty good idea of what the party was like! Thanks for looking. Hope you enjoy! And if you have a chance check out the other great entries at http://decoratetocelebrate.blogspot.com/
I cut these letters from the Mickey Font Cricut Cartridge. I placed them on our garage so people could see it as they pulled up
I bought this sign at a discount party store. I wanted a picture of all the party guest in front of it but ran out of time...
Each child recieved a drivers liscense when they entered Everson Speedway. It was attached to the lanyard
We had lunch set up at Flo's V 8 Cafe. We had hot rods (hot dogs), dip sticks (carrots and celery with dressing), stop light brownies (brownies cut in rectangles with Red, Yellow and Green M&M's to make it look like a stop light), racing fruit, Sally's pasta salad and Mater's Tator Chips!
For those kids who did not want to play a game I had Sally's Cozy Cone Motel where they could play on the cars mat and relax
Each child when they completed a game got Car's dollars and when the games were over just before the party ended they came to Sarge's surplus Depot where they could cash in on the prizes! Each prize was a car's dollar (each child ended up with about six dollars to spend) They had fun picking out prizes (the prizes where from Party City)
We had an area called Guido's pit stop where the kids made race cars out of candy, peppermint and gum. It was a little tricky with the got glue gun and young kids but the cars came out pretty cute
The kiddos got to decorate bags before the party began so we could wait for all the guest to arrive.
I also did a Golden Cup Race (which did not get pictured).... I took chalk and drew a rode on the driveway. I had Cars Shaker Cars that my son has been collecting... they took the cars to the start and shook them... first one to the finish line one a golden cup. We played until everyone won a cup!