Superhero Party

Posted on June 4th, 2012 by Kara
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This fun SUPERHERO THEMED BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Dalia of Tiny Tots Toy Hire. This party was actually a combined girl boy party- combined with a sweet shoppe party that will be showcased next.
Party details at the bottom of the post…


 

“With the birthday kids being a four year old boy and two year old girl, the props used to theme and style the “Calling all Superheroes: Help Save the Milk Bar!” birthday party were perfectly tailored for both sexes.

We wanted to show that boys and girls parties can be combined successfully and still look amazing and be lots of fun. It just takes a little creativity and thinking outside the box! We had a blast styling our new prop and printables range to appeal to all the little guests, with the custom made vintage style phone booth an absolute hit even with the adults!

Hire props on the beautifully decorated Retro Milk Bar style dessert table (styled by Sophisticated Yum) included a mini retro style juke box, a gumball machine and various glass jars and cake stands filled to the brim with sweet treats, all sitting on a back and white checkered floor. Yummy goodies included macarons, sundae push pops, home style melting moments and choc chip cookies, cake pops and lots more!

Not so far away from the Retro Milk Bar was a thirst quenching lemonade cart with a glass beverage dispenser, and a melt-in-your-mouth old fashioned “Corn & Candy Station”. Opposite the popcorn & fairy floss was the “Boom”, “Wham” and “POW” Superhero table (styled by Sophisticated Yum). This cool-looking table featured a custom made backdrop to match the invitations (by Tiny Tots Toy Hire), ‘shazzam rings’, mini bomb cake bites, lollies in colourful tin buckets, personalised vanilla cupcakes and cookie pops to match the boy and girl Superheroes featured on the invitation.

Keeping with the Superhero theme, custom made Superhero Kits including a personalised cape, mask and Official Superhero certificate were provided for all the kids, with the babies getting their own custom made bibs! Guests also enjoyed their own healthy superhero themed lunchboxes.

The custom made phone booth was the perfect prop for parents to snap away fun memories of their little superheroes. Not to mention the two real life Superhero entertainers who made a surprise visit to help the kids complete their mission of saving the Milk Bar (as per the party invitation). “The kids had such a great time! Nothing beats the look on their faces when Super Trev and his accomplice showed up running towards them across the lawn! Well maybe that look was beaten by the look on the mums’ faces when the kids used magic powers on the dads to make them dance like ballerinas!” said Dalia.

Of course there were plenty of trusty hire toys to keep the kids entertained for hours. Pink cozy coupe cars, cool Ferrari F458 pedal cars for the stylish superhero getaways, a ball pit for the little tots and multiple climb & slide toys for the older kids.”

Vendor credits:

Party Printables range, props, toys and party hire- Tiny Tots Toy Hire

Dessert table styling (Retro Milk Bar and Superhero)- Sophisticated Yum

Photography- Eclektic Photography + Design

Superhero capes, masks, kit bags and bibs- Bee Stitched

Superhero cake and cupcakes- Cupcake Party

All cookies- Design My Cupcake

Cake pops, push pops and bomb cake bites- Theme My Party

Superhero entertainers- Superhero Inc

Kids lunch boxes- Busy Bee Boxes

Lollipop hair tie favours and photo props- Charli Mae

Macarons- Her Macarons

Party ware- The Party Studio

Confectionary- The Professors Lolly Shop- www.theprofessors.com.au

French dessert (Choux à la crème)- Fleur De Sel

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4 thoughts on “Superhero Party

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  1. Queen

    Love the idea of the boom cake bites and cookie pops! I see this party in my son’s future as well! Where did you purchase the coloured tin buckets?

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