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My little one turned 4 this week, and we celebrated it with two PAW Patrol themed celebrations. I found some adorable and fun decorations and party favors for the special day(s).
Let’s start with the party favors. I found these sticker and coloring kits to include in the goody bags. I thought the kiddos would love wearing these PAW Patrol masks as well. The pack comes with eight masks with two of each of the following characters: Chase, Marshall, Rubble and Skye.
The goodie bags also had bubbles, Goldfish snacks, and stickers. Each kiddo also received a PAW Patrol cup to use at the party and then take home.
For the cake I tried the Costco hack: Purchasing a sheet cake from Costco, removing anything on top and then decorating it myself using a personalized edible cake image.
One tradition I love for family birthdays is wearing matching shirts. I found these adorable PAW Patrol theme shirts. We personalized Adelina’s with her name and a 4, while the rest of us wore Mommy of the Birthday Girl, Daddy of the Birthday Girl and Sister of the Birthday Girl tees. They were comfortable and adorable. The seller shipped them quickly.
The paper plates, napkins, tablecloth, mini Chase piñata and cups were from Party City. I also bought a larger PAW Patrol piñata there.
I also purchased a 68-piece PAW Patrol decoration set that made that contained balloons, a banner with all the characters (minus the new Liberty), cupcake toppers, a cake topper, and ribbon. The pack of balloons had Skye, Rubble, Marshall and Chase in pink, yellow, red and blue.
My little one loved her PAW Patrol birthday. I hope this post gives you some ideas for hosting your own party.
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Marette Flora is the founder of Floradise blog and personalized gift shop. Marette is a passionate storyteller and creator. She attended the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and obtained a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication.
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