Race car birthday party is always a huge hit with boys. There are so many fun ideas. You have many options to create a fun and sporty race car look. A cars birthday party theme is ideal for all aspiring race car drivers. Create a car birthday party by including race cars, starting flags and mechanic’s tools in all aspects of your party planning. You can even make the theme more specific by throwing a Disney Cars birthday party or just focus on a race car birthday party with NASCAR décor. From the invitations to the party favors, your little one’s celebration will be unforgettable. Think bright colors when picking out your car birthday decorations. To make the birthday guest of honor feel special, tie a set of balloons to his chair at the party table. For party table décor, start with a checkered flag tablecloth and a centerpiece of checkered flags in a vase. Accent the table with balloon matchbox cars, blue party hats and race car or Disney Cars paper plates, napkins and cups. Race car birthday themes allow you to incorporate your little speed enthusiast’s passion for race cars into his birthday celebration whether he’s five or 25.
Here are some tips to make race car birthday party. In order to maintain the cohesiveness of the race car theme, stick with a few simple colors for all the party details. Use black and white color, this color associated with the racetrack with accent colors such as blue, yellow, and red. Rather than getting personalized invitations, it’s easier, more economical, and eco-friendly to create your own online. Make purchase or print invitations that match your race car theme. Black and white draughts could represent a finish-line flag. Or, use cardstock in your child’s favorite color and cut it into a car shape. Incorporate racing terms into the text on the invitations, such as “start your engines,” “join our pit crew” or call the party location the “race track.” Hang posters of your child’s favorite cars or drivers around the room. Small black and white checkered finish-line flags can be hung or displayed around the party space. Red, white and black balloons and streamers will also add to the race car theme. If your child has a lot of race car toys or model cars, set those up as centerpieces or to help decorate the cake or gift table. Novelty stoplights and stop signs can also add to the decor. Bake a cake and decorate it to complement your race car theme. You can make a three-dimensional car and decorate it in your child’s favorite color, draw a car onto the cake or make a racetrack on the cake. The cake can be in the shape of your child’s new age with a racetrack and toy cars on the cake. This works well for the number eight, although other numbers will work as well. Fill little goody bags or novelty cars with car-shaped candy, erasers, stickers, pencils and toy cars. Take pictures of the kids and make driver’s licenses or awards for completing a driving course with them. Prizes for games can include chocolate candies wrapped in gold foil to look like medals or little plastic trophies. These would work well for races and other games.