Dustyn decided he wanted to have a Disney Infinity Birthday Party this year. I was so happy that it wasn’t another Angry Bird Birthday Party. Last year he had an Angry Bird Star Wars, and the year before was just Angry Birds. He he! Though I did have fun planning though too. For those that don’t know Disney Infinity is a game that you can buy different Disney characters. You can then decide which sub-game and characters you want to be.
Disney Infinity Birthday Party | Dustyn turns 6
The thing I like about doing a Disney Infinity Birthday Party is that you can pick your child’s favorite characters from the game. Nothing had to specific. I thoroughly enjoyed planning this party, but really wish I wouldn’t have waited till the last minute for everything!
Since it was kind of a mix all party I decided to go with the Ticket to the Show Invitation from Pear Tree Greetings. I then bought the matching address labels. I called our house Halstead Headquarters like the Incredibles Headquarters in the Disney Infinity game.
We had all the normal food pizza, chips, dips, etc. Then of course we had desserts. Cookies and Cake. Yumm! My friend Kimberly made the cake to look like the Disney Infinity base. It was so neat and delicious! Everyone loved it.
I think my favorite part was the cookies that Kimberly made. She made them to look like the cookie medal Vanellope gave to Wreck It Ralph in the movie.
I went pretty easy on games this year. I usually over plan and then we never get them all done. I found this Pin The Headlight On Tow Mater on sale at Walmart. The kids had fun. Dustyn’s is the green one in the correct place because he peeked. Ha ha.
The kids got to make their own Sugar Rush Go-Kart out of snacks and candy. This was a huge hit. All the kids had a blast doing them.
My friend Kimberly and I ended up hot gluing the actual karts together so they wouldn’t fall apart while the kids were trying to decorate them. The kids had a great time decorating and eating all the candy. I had visions of taking photos of it all set up before the kids started, but I totally forgot.
I was pretty laid back on the decorations also. Used a lot of his Disney Infinity figures. Then some of his books and toys. The puzzles you see on the table are from the dollar store. I also bought some kites from the dollar store. The guest were able to pick out which puzzle and kite they wanted to take home, to go along with their You’re My Hero Cookies.
We made a Disney Infinity Backdrop to take photos in front of. The boys were all decked out in their Incredibles gear thanks to my awesome friend Sabrina. She also made patches for Kenny and I to put on our shirts. Oh and check out Carsyn’s cute little butt!
These Prize Packages were for Dustyn’s classmates on his actual birthday. I had so much fun putting these together.
For the make your own Sugar Rush Go-Kart I made up the little sign to go on the outside of the ziploc bag. Then I found the little party foam stickers at the dollar store. I cut out the go-karts from foam sheets then used the extra parts to stamp out the tires using a 2″ flower punch. That way his friends at school got to make their own go-kart when they got home.
I used the Prize Package stickers from Peartree Greetings on the outside of goody bags. Along with the go-karts, I put smarties, gobstoppers, dots, and fruit snacks in them.
Let me know if you have any questions about the things I made/used for Dustyn’s Disney Infinity Birthday Party.