Pixar Disney Cars Four Year Old Birthday Party
by Heather Bock
Welcome to JP’s 4th birthday party!
He’s getting close to five now, so I’m finally getting around to posting about his last birthday party. I thought I should do it before he has another one.
I had a lot of fun with the decorations!
While we were on a long car trip, I drew lines on some of the streamers to make them look like roads. I don’t know if anyone actually noticed, but it was simple and fun for me and the kids anyway.
I didn’t hang all of them:
It’s a little hard to see, but behind this group is a “car wash”–streamers hanging down. It was a lot of fun for the kids to run through it! I got the idea here.
The kids helped make a few, too.
It was fun to find snacks and drinks that fit with the theme.
Of course, we ate at Flo’s Cafe:
At the refueling station…
I loved the cups, the idea for which I found at this cute little Cars party. I printed the eyes on label paper, cut them out, and stuck them on all the cups.
For snacks, we had Luigi’s whitewall tires and Luigi’s leaning tower of tires (ideas here and here):
We had Fillmore’s organic veggies (although I don’t think they actually were organic–oops),
fruit reminiscent of a traffic light (idea here)…
…Mater’s tater chips,
and pretzel rod stop lights (idea here).
For activities, we had cars and trains set up inside.
Outside, we played “Red Light, Green Light,” of course!
We had Ramone come and do his magic with some pink and green washable paint on the kids’ hair:
We had the kids toss rings around the cozy cones:
And we played a fun game (idea here) with a water gun and car cups strung on two ropes. I printed the car parts onto label paper, which didn’t stick too well, but it was cute anyway. Whoever got their car to the end won!
I loved making the cupcakes–Maters (idea here, although I used mini Oreos instead of the Right Bites for the hood, I used mini marshmallows instead of frosting for the teeth, and I used opened up mini Oreos for the wheels) and Lightning McQueens (idea here)!
When they left, they were given Pixar Cars toys and stickers in goody bags.
I hope anybody else planning a Cars party can use some of these ideas!
13 thoughts on “Pixar Disney Cars Four Year Old Birthday Party”
Wonderful birthday! Love the cookies and the games lokk like lots of fun.
Thank you! I had a lot of fun getting ready for this one.
It is amazing! I am thinking in using some of your ideas. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you! I get a lot of ideas from other people for a lot of my parties, so I’m especially happy to share what I’ve used with others.
Hi! These are such cute ideas! We are having a Lightening McQueen party for our five year old. 🙂 Do you have a link for the cutouts for the cup and squirt gun race?
Thank you! I just printed pictures on label paper I found online of the two characters I wanted, then I cut out the parts I wanted and stuck them to the cups. I hope this works for you!
How did you do the food labels? Is there a printable for that on your page? So cute!
Thank you! I don’t have a printable, but if you email me email@example.com, I can send you what I have. I made them on Canva.com.
My son is in love with Cars and I have to say I have taken just about every one of your ideas! These are all so cute!
I’m so glad it helped you! I hope you had a really fun party!