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Who has a house full of Paw Patrol lovers!? When this party was originally created, my kids were little and weren’t yet watching shows. However, today, this is always one of their favorites whenever we have TV time, so naturally the paw patrol birthday party theme has risen in popularity. We hope you find inspiration in some of our simple, budget friendly paw patrol party ideas.
Paw Patrol DIY Party Decorations
Since this birthday party was held in a venue offering roughly 15-20 minute for set-up, the decoration ideas needed to be simple, but offering big impact. The seated tables were draped in a bright blue, lined tablecloth and then a DIY paw print runner was set across the center. You can create your own DIY paw print runner using a white paper roll and these Paw Print Sticker Appliques.
We added paw print latex balloons for height, and this fun inflatable fire hydrant as a centerpiece. Personalized mini water bottles were set at each place setting, along with a fun plastic fireman hat that doubled as a dress-up item during the party and a party favor. I love the idea of Paw Patrol décor elements that can double as party favors.
Sometimes, the smallest details can offer the biggest décor impact. One of the most popular elements from this paw patrol birthday party were these DIY napkin wrappers; created with a DIY bone cut from cardstock, a little twine and a single place setting of silverware.
For the main snack and dessert area, we also kept things simple, offering slices of cake and bulk snacks served in plastic dog bowls we sourced at the local dollar store. Cake slices were served on these colorful Paw Patrol Paper Plates.
Paw Patrol Snack Ideas
Whenever suggesting party snacks for a particular theme, I always try to come up with fun play on words for food labels. For Paw Patrol, some possible snack ideas would include “Puppy Chow” or “Pup-Corn”. For fun, serve bulk snacks with scoops in new plastic dog bowls. Our labels were pulled from our fireman theme and then attached to bright blue folded cardstock, which offered a pop of color. Beverages were served in a DIY server, decorated with a printed fire hydrant and fun bow attached at the top. To dress up simple dollar store paper cups, we added 2” decorative rounds from the Paw Patrol printables collection.
Paw Patrol Party Favor Ideas
For this party, we filled simple bone printed cellophane bags with goodies such as a dog lollipop, dog print stamp, dog print stickers and individually wrapped snacks. Some other Paw Patrol party favor ideas would include:
1. Paw Patrol Stadium Cup filled with homemade “Puppy Chow”
I hope you found inspiration for your upcoming Paw Patrol birthday party. “No job is too big, no pup is too small.”