Let’s take to the sky, this pup’s gotta fly!
I put this Paw Patrol Party together for a little girl named Ava who LOVES Paw Patrol.
My starting point was Skye and I decided to make this character the focal point of the dessert table and use white, light pink and grey as the main colors along with the colour of the sky. Lara of L&V Sweets made the adorable Paw Patrol cookies that perfectly matched the colour scheme. And just look at those little puppy paw prints on the number four cookies.
We went with a chocolate cake covered in white buttercream by Les Délices Lafrenaie Pointe-Claire. Added two of the Paw Patrol cookies to incorporate the birthday girl’s name and age. Made a ribbon out of soft pink fondant that I wrapped around the cake. I then added some white and pink sprinkles, a Skye figurine, and four white/pink candles on top. Voilà!
Love incorporating the birthday child’s name, initials, and age whenever I can without it being too in-your-face. This letter “A” was just perfect and I loved the extra touch of the light bulbs.
I may or may not have overheard a few too many of the Paw Patrol episodes my kids have watched on TV. One catch phrase that has stuck with me is “This pup’s gotta fly” and so I was determined to have the pups fly on clouds across the dessert table which was a big hit with everyone. Please don’t ask how I accomplished the flying pups! Let’s just say it took far too many hours and I burned my fingers with the glue gun. Ouch! But aren’t the flying pups cute!? I found these Paw Patrol pups with capes that I just had to buy for the occasion at Walmart.
Paw print confetti in pink and grey looked so cute on the barn wood. And how do you like the little patches of grass surrounded by white picket fence?
Wanted to make sure to incorporate the other Paw Patrol characters as well so they all shared the lime light on the snack table. I painted lots of little wooden boxes bright red and blue and added some paper paw prints and some black and white ribbon.
“Pawtato Chips” and “Paw Berries”. Cheesy much, I know, but I just couldn’t resist. Ha!
And of course “Pup Corn”, haha.
Wanted to add a bit of decoration to the big window above the snack table which went quite well with the pool in the backyard if I may say so myself!
As for “entertainment”, the kids played some old school party games and had a blast.
Please visit my Paw Patrol Birthday Party Pinterest board to see (and pin) all my party pics.