Throwing a Paw Patrol party can be fun and exciting. “No job to big, no pup too small”, finding the right decor and favors is what will make your party Paw-refect. Planning a Paw Patrol party requires some creative ideas and a little out of the box thinking. If you allow your mind to think like a “kid” you will be surprised at all the fun ideas you can come up with.
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Planning A Paw Patrol Party
Before you start your party, be sure to get your invitations out at least 3 weeks in advance. I recommend using Evite. It is easy to use and you can share it on your Facebook page to invite guests. I was able to find a free invitation with a Paw Party theme, it worked out perfectly.
If you are looking to represent the Paw Patrol to the maximum, after you have your guest list, you want to first st(art with the decorations. This puppy party is adorable, affordable and filled with color. The following is a list of supplies to order to get you started. Oriental Trading is the best place to get everything all in one stop.
- PAW Patrol Backdrop
- Paw Patrol Table Cloth
- Fire Hydrant
- Blue and White Latex Balloons
- Paw Patrol Treat Stand
- Paw Patrol cups, plates, and napkins
- Puppy and Fire hat suckers
- Doggie Bowls (Dollar Tree)
- Red and Yellow Streamer
Adding a Paw Patrol Party Backdrop will brighten any room and is perfect for taking pictures later. Here I used this backdrop from Oriental Trading.
If your child is a fan of Paw Patrol you have to pay close attention to all the details, trust me it will make their day extra special. Oriental Trading has a large selection of Paw Patrol party supplies to use for decorating your party including this perfect sized Paw Patrol Backdrop, Treat Stand, Puppy Suckers, Fire Hat Suckers, Tablecloth, and so much more.
The backdrop was used behind my son’s dessert table and later we moved the table to allow the guest to take pictures with their favorite Paw Patrol characters.
Creating the dessert table was my favorite part. These cute puppies bowls can easily be found at your local Dollar Tree. If filled one with “Puppy Chow” (Chex mix) and the other with different cookies.
These puppy suckers are so cute and the kids will love them. I just purchased a clear jar from Dollar Tree, added blue shredded streamers, and the suckers. This was super easy but so cute for the kids.
The kids need to quench their thirst. I used a Firefighter Party Hydrant Drink Dispenser to create a drink station. The kids were so excited to keep going back and forth to the dispenser. I added Paw Patrol Cups too our area and poured homemade pitchers of mixed juice to the hydrant. Pair this with a nice table clothe, Paw Patrol napkins and backdrop and you’re all set.
A party is not complete without a cake. To save a little cash, I stopped by locals Meijers and ordered a Paw Patrol sheet cake. I added cupcakes to my treat stand and it was more than enough for our guest. Generally, you can take an idea to your local baker and have them recreate a cake. Since I knew our party would be somewhat small I decided to go to our local grocer for a cake.
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Throwing a Paw Patrol party can wonderful with planning and using your imagination.
Please check out my other party and event planning ideas for inspiration.