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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Party like a Superhero




When I blogged my Top 5 Posts of 2011 I realized that Superhero parties are in hot demand. I made a long and detailed post about Superhero Party Ideas here. However, when I posted about the actual party, I focused more on my little man and less about the details like decorations, etc.

I wanted to go back and give some detailed pictures of what we did so maybe this can be helpful to other people planning
their own little Superhero party.



The adult tables. There was one more not pictured that hadn't been set up yet...nothing like waiting until the last minute, right?



Close up of the tables.



The kids table. I made each kid a cape that is placed under their plate. The one closest to you in the pic is pink for my niece.



The table is not finished in this picture, but you can see the Gotham City scape we made out of cardboard.



Superhero's Only! sign for the front door.



Gift bags for party guests. I don't even remember what we put in the "Little Superhero" bags, but we put a yummy trail mix in the bags for "Big Superheros."




Banner I made out of scrapbook paper, red ribbon and superhero clipart I found on the internet. I still have all the images on file, so if you are interested, I can email them to you.





No party is complete without a Superhero cake. Asher requested Spiderman, Batman and The Hulk. He loved it!


And if you're in the Atlanta area, don't forget I can make this cake for YOU too!

You can see my cake and cookies blog here at The Happy Caker!



I was at max crafting potential for his party. There were so many other things I wanted to do, but ran out of time! All in all, I thought his party was a hit and Asher did too!

I can't believe we're closer to h
is 5th birthday now than his 4th. He's already told me he wants it to be about BUGS!!!

1 comment:

  1. Forgive me if this posts twice - I'm trying to comment from my phone and it's giving me trouble. I WISH I was in Atlanta because your cake looks amazing! I'm starting to plan my son's superhero party for this summer, and would love the banner graphics file if you still have it... Cole's Hebrew name is Asher, and if I'd had my way it would be his English name, too - it means happy!

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