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Monster Truck 4th Birthday Party

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This monster truck themed birthday is truly a one of a kind party!

The creativity of the birthday boy’s parents is beyond fantastic! Together with Million Dollar $mile Celebrations, they threw a monster truck themed birthday party that would be any little guy’s dream come true. I think it’s so special that instead of accepting gifts, they asked guests to donate to a local charity. Read on for all the amazing details.

The focal point of the party was a dessert table dubbed “the arena.” Confection Perfection Desserts made vision a reality with the jumps and ramps of a real monster truck arena… just smaller and a lot tastier.

Racing through the track are Grinder (birthday boy’s favorite) and Gravedigger cake pops!! Not to mention, some crush cars and demolition derby racers! Piled high and smashed into the delicious cookie crumble dirt are adorable cake pop treats from Mom’s Killer Cakes!  They were cheered on by spectators hooting and hollering, and screaming and shouting!!  Every single cake pop pal is different and you just really have to look closely to enjoy the humor that was added to each member. The cupcakes were by Sweet Daddy’s Cupcakes.

These awesome sugar cookies were made by Casey’s Confections. I can only image the smile on the birthday boy’s face when he saw them.

Made by the skillful Confection Perfection Desserts, the macarons were made in team colors (Grave Digger vs. Grinder) and loaded on top of Hot Wheels monster trucks.

Confection Perfection Desserts created more dirty deliciousness in the form of mini truck wheel Bundt cakes.  Sprinkles and chocolate syrup invited guests to ‘put a little mud on your tires!”  The desserts sat on oil pans on top of car jacks from local auto parts and hardware stores!

Yes, that is three draws of delicious tool cookies. Love it.

The food presentation table is fantastic with the utensils, plates, and napkins stored in a tool chest for easy access as the guests got ready to enjoy pizza! (How cool is it to see the pizza boxes stacked on tires?)

Before they left, the “VIP guests” were able to enjoy a souvenir stand that was filled with monster truck gear including games, toys, and trinkets. Kids loaded up on bouncy balls, yo-yo’s, truck toys, and even racing flags. You could also get a custom monster truck tattoo while visiting the shop!

Guests were asked to bring “wheels” to ride but that certainly wasn’t the only activity at this party. The unique truck art idea is such an awesome way to keep little guests busy and having fun! Simply take your truck, pick your paint, and create some one of a kind art!

Little hands were also able to stay busy by playing with trucks on a train table loaded with dirt. So cool!

Ideas for Your Own Monster Truck Themed Birthday Party

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What is your favorite part of this monster truck themed birthday party?

Stephanie Keeping

Stephanie is in love with a boy named Sam. He has taught her that it's okay to jump first and look later, to wear a dirty shirt to the park and to decide that today is a good day to take a nap in your rubber boots. She hangs out here blogging at Spaceships and Laser Beams and at our printable party shop on Etsy.