Henry’s 3rd Birthday Party! Paw Patrol Party Theme

Henry turned THREE years old last week! While I’m still recovering with shock at how quickly time has flown by, I thought I’d share some pics from the Paw Patrol birthday party we had for him. Like every other three-year-old out there, he’s completely obsessed with Paw Patrol. Needless to say, our birthday theme was decided for us this year 😉 This was the first year we had a friends birthday party and I have to say it’s not nearly as scary as I thought it would be. Henry had an absolute blast! Here’s a recap of the day – ENJOY!

Multi-tasking like a Mother

The morning was spent tidying, baking, cooking, and of course, doing Henry’s hair!

paw patrol party favor ideas

Ryder hair on point!

Henry’s shirt was custom-made by a local company and it read:

CHASE

MARSHALL

ROCKY

ZUMA

RUBBLE

SKYE

HENRY

#squadgoals 

We got these t-shirts made for every kid who came to the party with their own names written on them. (ie. instead of “HENRY” at the bottom of the Paw Patrol list, it read “JANE” or “JOHNNY”. They were a great hit!

The Details

A punny letterboard, of course 😉

Paw Patrol Pinata! Although I risked traumatizing the kids by having them beat Marshall to a pulp until candy came spilling out, it was a big hit.

Paw Patrol Party Food

For the ‘pupcorn’, I bought three different types of Pur Popcorn and alternated the bags between sweet and savoury.

The fetch sticks were just organic veggie straws. I bought the yellow popcorn bags from Party City.

Here’s what the brunch food spread looked like!

Inspired by Paw Patrol’s tagline – “on a roll”, I decided to do a breakfast sandwich bar. It had:

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] buns

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] eggs

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] ham

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] bacon

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] tomato

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] avocado

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] cheese

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] hot sauce

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] mustard

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] avocado hummus

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] fruit skewers

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] watermelon

I used a bone-shaped cookie cutter for the fruit. The kids loved it!

Pupcakes! These cupcakes (or “pupcakes”) were, of course, gluten-free, dairy-free & vegan. I’ll post the recipe soon! The Paw Patrol edible icing designs were also from Party City.

Entertainment

I had a surprise up my sleeve for Henry and the kids and secured a Paw Patrol mascot to drop by for 30 minutes. You should have seen the delight on their faces! Marshall stayed to play games, sing Happy Birthday and take photos with each kid. It was the best $130 I’ve ever spent.

Here, you can have a full look at Henry’s Pawa Patrol shirt 🙂

Thanks for stopping by! I hope I gave you some ideas for your next Paw Patrol birthday party!

Love, peace & Paw Patrol [wp-svg-icons icon=”heart” wrap=”i”]

Previous Post

How to set your Baby up for a Lifetime of Vitality through Holistic Nutrition – an interview with Lisa Hewitt from Bright Beginnings

Next Post

4 Tips on how to stay Hydrated in Calgary’s Dry Climate