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A Rip-Roaring Monster Truck Party

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My son, Emilio, like most boys, have always had a fascination with cars. His favorite Disney cartoon of all time is, you guessed it: Cars. His love for anything automotive only grew every year. At two years old, he already learned how to drive his little electric car around the house and even pretends to ‘fix’ it, going at it with all his tools, while naming its different parts. He loves watching F1 and Daytona races on TV, car related shows on DMAX channel and expanded his “repertoire” to include Monster Truck Derbies, of all things.

So for his third birthday, I honored his love for monster trucks and racing by throwing him a Monster Truck Jam cum Racing party.

I used red, black and white as the color scheme and used racing flags as the main design to unify all the details. For the backdrop, I just had a tarpaulin printed using the racing flag checkered pattern as the background and used the Monster Truck Jam logo as the party’s logo.

Here are some photos of the party to show you how I styled Mio’s 3rd Monster Truck Jam Party:

I had Sugar Mom Bakery make this awesome cake, with Lightning McQueen, Emilio's favorite race car as a monster truck.
I had Sugar Mom Bakery make this awesome cake, with Lightning McQueen, Emilio’s favorite race car as a monster truck.
These spare tire red velvet cake pops, also by Sugar Mom Bakery are too adorable, and yummy too!
These spare tire red velvet cake pops, also by Sugar Mom Bakery are too adorable, and yummy too!
Yummy and decadent Monster Truck cupcakes by Sugar Mom Bakery
Yummy and decadent Monster Truck cupcakes by Sugar Mom Bakery
I made these stoplight brownies with a buttercream icing topped with red, yellow and green MnMs
I made these stoplight brownies with a buttercream icing topped with red, yellow and green MnMs
To mimic gas contatiners, I spray painted gallon water dispensers red. The 'gas' had juice in it and the 'oil' had soda.
To mimic gas contatiners, I spray painted gallon water dispensers red. The ‘gas’ had juice in it and the ‘oil’ had soda.
I added a Pit Stop where guests could make their own hotdog sandwiches. It had, condiments, sauerkraut, pickle relish, the works!
I added a Pit Stop where guests could make their own hotdog sandwiches. There were different condiments, sauerkraut, pickle relish, chili, the works!
For dessert, 'chilled mud' or homemade chocolate soft serve ice cream was served.
For dessert, ‘chilled mud’ or homemade chocolate soft serve ice cream was served.
Happy 3rd Birthday to our Mio!
Happy 3rd Birthday to our Mio!


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