Disney cars birthday party theme supplies and cake ideas

By Eren Mckay  
Filed under Kids Birthday Party Ideas

Disney cars birthday party


Ideas for Invitations –
• Nascar tickets
• Car shaped
• Wheel shaped
• Checkered flag

Disney Cars party decorations Decorations

• Put up red yellow and blue balloons as an arch and a welcome banner in the entrance way.

•The food table can be decorated with cars and trucks.
Another idea is to use a checkered tablecloth.
You can also create a black cardboard road on the top of tables.

•Another creative thing you can do is name your tables after pit stops. For example: Finger Food Pit Stop, Sweets Pit Stop and Beverages Pit Stop.

Disney Cars birthday cake Food Ideas

• You can create a car shaped cake as the one in the picture to the right using chocolate bars and cookies.

•Other ideas for a cake are putting cars on top. And also making the cake in the shape of the number of the age of the child. Have it as a racing track covered in chocolate.

•A great sweet idea are the Traffic Light Brownies using M&Ms in the green, yellow and red colors to decorate and a popsticle stick at the end.

•Have flag toothpick decorations in food like traffic signs, checkered flags.

Birthday Party with my 3 boys Games

• As a variation of pin the tail on the donkey you can pin the wheel on the car. Simply cut out the wheels from a cars poster and have them pin the wheels. An easy solution is to just use scotch tape.

• If the kids are little you can separate a corner in the party with mats and race cars for them to play. You can even draw the roads or tape black cardboard for a roads in the corner.

•Get all the kids together and have them guess which character from the movie you are describing. Whoever gets the right answer will win a small prize. Have them hold up their hands and you call on them before they shout out the answer so that it doesn’t get confusing.


• There are kits that you can get that have wooden cars for kids to paint. This is a simple and fun solution for craft time.

• Have large cars cut out previously on cardboard. The kids can then decorate this card with all sorts of things and make their special card for the birthday child. Afterwords you can take a picture of all the cards spread out on the floor.

Favor ideas

• A cute and simple solution for favors are just to get little cars and put them in a goodie bag.

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4 Comments on "Disney cars birthday party theme supplies and cake ideas"

  1. Kikolani  

    These are cute. I am going to Disney for my upcoming honeymoon, so I had to take a look when I saw Disney in the title. 🙂

    ~ Kristi

  2. Cindy Rose Silver  

    Eren, its looks like you did it again, you are so talented, not only are the decorations and cake amazing but you sons are so handsome.
    God bless you and your family,
    Cindy Rose Silver

  3. Eren Mckay  

    Thanks Cindy- that’s very sweet of you- yes my boys are cute aren’t they? hee hee.
    Thanks for stopping by!
    Blessings to you,
    Eren Mckay

  4. Bianca Good  

    Can you please tell me how I can get that huge picture of Fillmore and McQueen. I am combining my boys b-day party, and Fillmore is for one of them and McQueen for the other. With many thank yous for your ideas and help. Truly enjoyed your creativity, so much fun.

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