I loved getting to help with his party. My sister Amanda (Wyatt's momma!) chose a local park for the party. It was the perfect place for a group of busy little people. We have had a lot of rain around here lately. But on the day of the party-the sun came out just for Wyatt!
Tonka truck plates, napkins, and table cloths.
Goodie bags filled with Tonka truck cups, toy trucks, bouncy balls, ring pops, truck stickers, punching balloons, bubbles, truck party blowers, and truck tattoos.
The little guests loved playing on the park together.
We set out chalk and mini cars. The kiddos knew just what to do. Roads, houses, and a little town popped up along the sidewalk.
Next, we cleared the way for this big Tonka Dump Truck Pinata. (Pinatas and toddlers--- watch out!)
Sources for the Truck Birthday Party
-Paper Goods: Party City
-Cake: Market Street
-Goodie Bag Items: Party City
-Toy Cars: Party City
-Truck Pinata & Candy: Party City
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