Start those engines! This real life Race Car birthday party is so spectacular, you need a seatbelt just to look at it! Charlene (Brendan’s ultra awesome mom) put this outstanding party together for her son. Read on to see all her great ideas!
When I started planning my son’s 4th Birthday party I was inspired by Paper & Cake’s car party. My son LOVES playing with his hot wheels!
I loved the color palette of red, light blue and white. I also wanted to accent it with the black and white check. I was able to use the printable package and enhance those colors with all the decorating accents. I customized the printable a little to gear it for his 4th birthday by changing the red car number to read 4 (please note, this number is NOT editable in our printable kit).
I enlarged the car images and printed and spray mounted to foam core to have added stand up decorations.
I decorated the cake table and dining table with hanging tissue honeycomb balls above from devra-party.com. I printed many of the 2″ circles graphics with adding “Fuel Up” on to sticker paper and used them on cups and plastic juice containers.
I transformed the basement into his own mini race track where I made signs and set up stations for the car mechanic, pit stop for drinks and snacks, gas station, tattoos and also set up some hot wheel race car tracks all around the house!
I also had mini car cakes made from a car cake pan I had from William Sonoma the kids decorated them for an activity and for their own cake to eat!
I also loved using the car trays that was included in the package to use as there goodie-loot bag!! I also had to enhance a plain white paper bag from Michaels for all the extra things to bring home by printing the top part of the invitation and spray mounting them Â to the front and backs of the bags and adding there name onto the thank you tags tied with a ribbon to the bag!
The kids all had fun and most of all the birthday boy who said “Mommy, I love my car party- thank you!!! So makes it all worth it!
Oh- The Dessert table had Oreo truffle pops and chocolate dipped Oreos that I made, and I bought the chocolate covered square marshmallows from Costco (just added the blue chocolate drizzle). My friend Elizabeth Geiser made my cake. And assorted candy from gumballs, sixlets, licorice, gummies all from Party City and The Sweet Factory.