Last weekend, we hosted a joint birthday party for Arielle and Zavier, where Arielle wanted a Sofia the First birthday and big boy Zavier wanted a Paw Patrol birthday party. I was able to pull off both themes in one party by setting up separate sweet tables with decorations and custom labels. You can check out how Arielle’s Sofia the First sweet table turned out here. And this is how Zavier’s Paw Patrol sweet table turned out:
This is the only area of the house that had the Paw Patrol decorations, so I wanted to make sure it had big impact. I started by hanging streamers against the wall, then hung Paw Patrol decorations from the ceiling:
The centerpiece of the sweet table was the Paw Patrol birthday cake. I had a local bakery make the cake and we were able to save some money by topping it with a Paw Patrol toy instead of having the cake designer create it from scratch using fondant. Plus, Zavier got to keep the toy after the cake was gobbled up:
I bought donuts and popcorn from the store and made the Puppy Chow the night before. I gave it a customized look by creating Paw Patrol food labels using Canva. Then I printed them out on 5×7 cardstock paper and folded them in half.
You can use my designs and edit them in Canva. It’s free, click here It should be pretty easy to figure out how to modify the labels, then you can save it as an image and print them out.
I also used Canva to create custom favor bag toppers for sandwich bags. I printed these out onto 5×7 cardstock paper, folded them in half, and stapled them onto the sandwich bags.
You can use the template in Canva to change the picture, name, and age: click here. Makes for a quick, easy, and cheap favor bag!
Feel free to follow along on my Paw Patrol Birthday Pinterest board for more ideas and inspiration:
Happy fourth birthday to Zavier!
Thanks for reading along!