Sunday, May 15, 2011

Theme Party of the Month: Fast and Furious Party

Start your engines for a Race Car party!
Race Car Invitations
To make your own invitations, use a photo of a race car from the internet and add wording like this:
Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!
Race on over for Kyle’s 6th Birthday Party
Location: [your last name] Speedway at [address]
Join the Race Team by Calling: [your phone or email]

Here’s a list of decorating ideas. Choose the ones that will work for your family:
0 Attach two checkered racing flags to your mailbox or criss-crossed on your front door.
0 Set out all of your child’s Hot Wheels toys for the guests to play with as they arrived.
0 Make a large sign out of white paper saying "Welcome Race Fans" to hang on your door.
0 Use Hot Wheels cars and a toy racetrack as a table centerpiece.
0 Use chalk to draw a "Track" on the driveway and/or sidewalk leading up to your door.
0 Hang lots of checkered racing flags or a racing pennant streamer.
0 Hang posters of famous race car drivers.
0 Place bunches of balloons around the party area. For each group of 5-7 balloons, use one mylar car balloon with the cheaper latex black and white checkered flag balloons.
0 Hang a car pinata as a decoration, and it becomes an activity later during the party.
0 Make driver’s licenses for each child before the party on your computer. Buy lanyards at an office supply store so the children can wear them around their necks during the party. Hand them out as the children arrive, or set up a check-in station to kick-off the party activities.
0 Orange cones, if you can borrow some.
0 Background music like CARS-the movie soundtrack, or make your own with songs like On the Road Again, Little GTO, Born to Be Wild, etc.

Race Car Party Food
0 Make a sign that says “Pit Stop” for the food table.
0 Serve food like hot dogs, chips, and baked beans in new, clean oil pans, drip pans, large funnels. 0 Small chocolate donuts can be called tires.
0 Serve cupcakes with little checkered flags on them.
0 Make quick and easy "wheels" from any round cookie, by adding an M&M or junior mint in the center as the hubcap.
0 Good choices include a new Hot Wheels car, racing stickers, little race flags, and candy, of course!



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1 comments:

  1. I was wondering about the hubcaps on the wall...are those actual hubcaps or a DIY project? ~ Ang Email: VicPayneStudio@msn.com

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