Kid's Party Ideas - Racing Party, Nascar
Racing Party, Nascar Party Supplies
Party Resource Guide
Race is On!
Presented by Event & Wedding Planners
Watching the races is always fun. Nascar fans will love our
licensed paper goods and Nascar Party Supplies for a party with a race car
theme. Make sure to customize a banner for your race car event.
Tire Arch Each
The Tire Arch features race
themed icons, black and white checks and the phrases
"Rev 'Em Up!", "Start Your Engines!" and "Pit Crew!".
Best of all, the cardboard Personalized Tire Arch can be
personalized with up to 2 lines (25 characters each
line) of your own custom text. This race themed prop is
great for photos and decorating the entrance of any Race
themed party - Indy 500®, NASCAR®, Hot Wheels® and more
Each Tire Arch measures 103 inches x 76 inches.
Checkered Flag Pennant Banner Each
Race Day Specials Personalized Banners Each
Racing Personalized Photo Banners Each
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Set the tone for a fabulous
Racing Party with these
Wave the Checkered Flags!
Setting your table with theme party ware is the fastest way to create a
focal point and to set the mood for your race day party. First
to the Finish Line! For the race car lover, the perfect paper
goods is the Nascar
Group. Or race on over for to black
& white checked partyware that can’t be beat. Add tons
of fun to you race day bash with tableware that will complete your party
Plastic Racing Tire Centerpiece has the look of a racing tire with black and white
check racing flags at its center. Each of the one-sided racing
car centerpieces measures 9 inches. Decorate any race themed
party - Indy 500®, NASCAR®, stockcar, Hot Wheel® - party table
with this fun racing themed centerpiece.
They Are Off!
Pose for photos in this
Speedy Race Car that's sure to bring delight to your birthday
boy. The design is printed directly on the cardboard for quick
and easy assembly. 2 feet 2 inches high x 2 feet wide x 5 feet
11 inches long; easy assembly.
And the Winner Is!
All of the guests at your party will
SILVER 5" TROPHY. Great to fill with candy, too
After selecting this theme for your
party, choose a slogan to use in your invitations, and to use in tying
in decorations and personalized favors for your race car theme.
Try one of the following, or brainstorm with the birthday boy to come
up with the perfect slogan for your party:
Race Day Party Activities
- ”Start your engines for
- “Pit Stop Party”
- “Sam’s Speedway
Arrange for some speedway socializing
with activities that are sure to please a revved up crowd!
Run a "Pit Stop" relay.
Divide the children into two equal teams at the starting line. You will
need to have 2 sets of identical items (oil can, oily rag, little black
tire, checkered flag, pit stop sign, mini chalk board, etc.) Place the
items in two separate buckets. The children can race to the buckets,
running through a series orange cones (made from poster board), pick up
one "Pit Stop" item, and bring it back to the starting line.
The first team to deliver all the pit stop necessities back to the
starting line wins!
Race Day Party Food and Cake
racing helmets, play this racing variation on the
traditional musical chairs game. Have all the children stand in a
circle. Have a pile of Race Helmets in the center of the circle, with
one less hat than there are children. When the music starts, the
children will walk around the circle, not touching the hats. When the
music stops, each child needs to put a hat on. The child left without a
racing helmet needs to step out of the circle. Take one hat out and
continue the game until there is only one person left wearing a
Using a racecar
or empty oilcan, play this racecar variation on the classic Hot Potato
game. Have players sit in a circle, and quickly pass the car or
"hot engine oil" until the music stops. The player left
holding the car or oil when the music stops is out. Keep the music
revved up until only one player is left.
We’ve yet to find a child who
doesn’t want to take a swing at this
RACE CAR PINATA !
A game of Red Light/Green Light played on the racetrack will be a hit
at this NASCAR party.
A racecar party can be filled with all
things speedy and revved up! The concept of slowing down at a party
long enough to consume food is foreign to all of the children we know!
Most children under the age of 10 will only nibble on food at a
birthday party. With that in mind, we've come up with a few easy ideas
that are sure to please the pickiest of partygoers…and to encourage
them to take time for a "Pit Stop"!
Make a sign reading
"Gasoline Alley" and serve racetrack
"concession" type food: soft pretzels with cheese dip,
nachos, snow cones, hot dogs, and popcorn.
Use metal car shaped cookie
cutters to cut out simple sandwiches. Peanut butter and jelly,
ham and cheese, or bologna…all cut very easily, and hold their
shape. Don't be surprised if a sandwich "race" is part
of the eating process!
Bake and decorate car shaped
cookies or cookies in the shape of road signs.
Name all the food and
beverages to match your theme. Somehow, to children it becomes
much more appetizing! Try "Pit Stop Pizza",
"Speedy Spaghetti", "Racetrack Raisins", or
"Gassed Up Grapes". Serve
dry snacks in well-washed plastic
racing helmets turned upside down.
Serve the beverage of choice
of all racing champions…milk, straight out of individual sized
cartons or Milk Chugtm bottles!
RACE TRACK CAKE:
Bake a rectangular shaped 9" X 13" cake from a
packaged mix. After the cake cools, frost it with green icing for
grass. Create a gray or black racetrack in an oval shape. Pipe
white frosting on top of the track to show the start and finish lines.
Make a grandstand filled with spectators by adding lines of black
writing gel with different colored dots in the lines. Top the cake off
with some Race
Cars on the track. Have enough cars available,
so that each child at the party can have one.
If you are feeling adventurous or are an
accomplished baker, try creating your own stock car! Mini
chocolate Hostesstm donuts make the best vehicle tires!
If you are serving more people than can be accommodated by one boxed
mix, we recommend that you simply bake extra cupcakes, or an extra
rectangular cake. All can just be frosted in matching frosting,
and cut and served behind the scenes.