Throwing a birthday party with a Paw Patrol Party Theme soon? Print all these free printables and check out my party for ideas!
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I always go way overboard when it comes to my kids’ birthday parties! I don’t like buying the stuff for the parties, but enjoy making the decor myself. I want the parties to feel like they have a personal touch that you just can’t get from store bought decor!
This year my daughter wanted a Paw Patrol Party Theme and it was so much fun to set up! The characters are adorable and the themes are easy to make cute stuff from for the party. Everyone had a blast and it turned out great! I did buy some of the decor, like cups, plates, napkins, tablecloths etc. Just snag a cheap Paw Patrol Party Theme pack HERE and then add your personal touch to the rest. THIS ONE is specifically geared toward girls, and is what we got, but THIS ONE is unisex and would work for either boys or girls.
Paw Patrol Party Theme
The Cake & Cupcakes
For the cupcakes, I just made chocolate cupcakes with chocolate frosting. I made them in these CUTE Paw Patrol cupcake liners. I printed off these Cupcake Toppers (that you can print for free HERE) and cut them out. I taped toothpicks to the back of the cupcake toppers and just stuck them in the center of the cupcakes. So cute!
My aunt made this AMAZING Skye cake! Isn’t it fantastic? I am not talented when it comes to cake decorating in the SLIGHTEST so I rely on her fancy decorating skills to make our cakes rock each year. My Mama is also amazing at cakes, but I didn’t inherit that gene apparently.
THEN I found these amazing Paw Patrol gummy cupcake toppers and HAD to have them. So I did about half the cupcakes in these gummy characters, and then the other half with the cupcake toppers I made and printed. You can find these cute little Paw Patrol gummies HERE.
I put out York Peppermint Patties in cute dishes along with these signs that say, “Everest’s Icy Treats.” If you wanted to serve something different, or put it with the ice cream, or popsicles in the summer, the sign leaves it totally flexible to do that! Print the food signs HERE.
My daughter’s FAVORITE candy in the whole world is Reese’s. I knew I had to include them in some way, so I chose Zuma, since his colors are orange, to be the face of this snack! Pair it with whatever chocolate treat you want to serve at your party, if you don’t like Reese’s. Print the free snack signs HERE!
Outside of sugary snacks, I like to have water bottles there for kids and parents alike. Kids move a lot at parties, and get thirsty fast! These water bottle labels are as simple as printing, cutting and taping on. I removed the bottle’s original label first, and then taped on the Paw Patrol Party Theme labels. Print the free labels HERE.
I also made this FANTASTIC Paw Patrol Party Theme punch. I called it Skye’s Pink Punch and made an adorable sign to go with it. Make your own punch that’s pink, or make what I made. I made MY OWN Bubblegum Soda! Mix one bottle of this awesome Bubblegum Syrup (it’s cheap!) and 6 liters of seltzer water and viola! Bubblegum Soda! I just buy THIS 5-pack and use the other flavors for parties or special treats around the house. Sometimes even snowcones! Ha! Print the drink sign HERE.
Games & Activities
Pup Pup Boogie Freeze Dance
One of our favorite things to play at our house is freeze dance! It causes fits of uncontrollable giggles each time we play and I love it! We had all the kids gather together and played Pup Pup Boogie over a speaker and every 5-10 seconds would yell FREEZE and stop the music. Let the kids freeze for a few seconds, and then start the music and dancing up again. It was a blast!
Paw Patrol Pinata
We didn’t end up doing one, because our birthday party was in January, and I didn’t have room to do one indoors, BUT we REALLY wanted to do a Paw Patrol Party Theme pinata like THIS ONE!!! They even sell bags of Paw Patrol Party Theme candy you can put inside! You can also print the cupcake toppers out onto sticker paper and use those as treats to go inside the pinata too!
We found these AWESOME Paw Patrol Party Theme mini crayons and coloring book activity packs and handed them out as party favors for each kid. They were cheap, weren’t candy, and were perfect for the theme and weren’t specifically marketed for boys or girls so they worked for either!
Enjoy your Paw Patrol Party Theme creating! Snag all the free printables I talked about in this post by clicking HERE! For best results, print the cupcake toppers and the food and drink signs on cardstock, and the water bottle labels on regular paper.