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Another Cool Cars Disney Dream Party
Ready for our final Disney party post of this series? Vanessa (the writer behind the blog See Vanessa Craft) put together an inspiring Disney Pixar Cars Dream Party for her son’s birthday. She kept the party small and low key, which I love. Actually, those kinds of parties are my favorite. Friends and family who know me ‘in real life’ know that I’m not a big party girl. I like to keep celebrations small but packed with fun!
Disney Pixar Cars Dream Party Celebration
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Because I knew I’d be pregnant and too exhausted to throw a huge party in July, we decided to celebrate Logan’s 3rd birthday a month early. I still wanted to do something special for him on the day he was actually born, so Iheaded to WalMart and picked up some Hallmark Disney Pixar Cars #DreamParty décor, a Disney Pixar Cars DecoPac decorated cake, a few Disney Pixar Cars birthday toys and even a Disney Pixar Cars shirt for the birthday boy for a fun celebration. Walmart had everything I needed all in one spot! I mixed the pre-made décor with a few of my handmade touches, plus some things I already had around the house, and the party was still just as cute as doing it from scratch – and way (way, way, way) less work! You can totally still throw a pinterest-worthy party for way less work and on a budget.
Logan was able to invite over 2 of his little friends and we had a low key celebration. You know I love throwing a big party, but I think there is something to be said for smaller parties at this age. It’s less chaos, less sensory-overload and much more enjoyable for the birthday boy. I recently had a conversation with a Montessori-minded mama and she purposely only invites a limited number of children to her kid’s parties (2 kids for 2nd birthday, 3 kids for 3rd birthday, etc.). It’s much more kid-centered that way, something these huge pinterest inspired parties have gotten away from. I’m totally guilty of this and it was nice to see that my kiddo enjoyed himself just as much, if not more, at a smaller shindig.
Read the rest of this post and find more inspiring party pictures on Vanessa’s blog.