One of the most commonly asked questions I see is, "How much does a typical party cost?" Well, while I would love to give a ballpark answer to moms that pose this question, the answer is "it depends!" We have helped plan children's birthday parties in all price ranges; $200-2500+.
The party budget doesn't always dictate how cute the final result is; often, with time to shop around and a little DIY, we can help create adorable parties on virtually any budget.
This sweet Paw Patrol party was for an adorable 3 year old named Griffin. Above are the ideas we came up with for a budget under $250.
The bulk of the party's budget was spent on the adorable cake from Whoo's Bakery. We splurged on a few other key design elements, including the bone pinata centerpiece, paw print latex balloons, paper vs. plastic tablecloths, and the bone crayon kits used as favors in the white gift bags. Other items shown such as the party blowers, napkins, and solid color plates were from Party City (Dollar Tree is also one of my favorite shopping starting points), and the Paw Patrol personalized toppers added to the party blowers are a FREE download from NickJr.com. All together, this party offers personalized details, bright colors, Paw Patrol elements and was under budget!
We hope Griffin's 3rd birthday was just perfect!
Party Style Plan & Printables: , Crowning Details
Paw Patrol Cake: Whoo's Bakery
Paw Patrol plates, cups, bone crayon favors & bone pinata used as a backdrop: Birthday Express
Paw Patrol party blower accents: Nick Jr.com