As the mother of a little boy, I have learned more about the Marvel and DC Comics universes than I ever hoped to learn. Superheroes are the big thing again! When I asked Reed what kind of birthday party he wanted, he and my husband both said “Superheroes”! I’m excited to share how I threw together this Superhero Party!
I mean, look at this kid. Is there any doubt this was the party he would want?
I ordered the invitations from Leelaaloo and love them!
I had so much fun putting this party together! I actually purchased a lot of the supplies through Oriental Trading. (This was NOT sponsored by them. I just love their products!)
My husband made this sign to mark the location and welcome the kids to the party!
I whipped up this wreath for the front door with some a styrofoam wreath form and crepe paper.
All of the kids came dressed as their favorite superheroes. It was so much fun to see them all dressed up!
The centerpiece of the entire party was the 4 foot skyscraper cupcake tower. When I purchased it, I failed to look at the dimensions. But it really adds something awesome to the decor! My husband added the Stark emblem and Avenger sign to the top.
The cupcake toppers and wrappers are also from Oriental Trading. My husband made the cupcakes and I did the frosting.
This was the best pic I got of the birthday boy with his cupcake!
Kyle thought the Hulk should jump in on the fun too!
My favorite part of the whole party is the marquee sign designed as Reed’s superhero emblem! I created that with some styrofoam and my Styrocutter®.
Kyle added the other superhero emblems along with Reed’s. It’s pretty awesome, right?! It is now hanging in the man cave.
Each of Reed’s friends received this superhero cup as their party favor!
It will filled with stickers, a superhero toy and DIY superhero mask! The kids went nuts!
I also made these superhero suckers inspired by Zakka Life’s valentines! I created clipart of the eye masks and then cut them out on my Explore. The capes were from a ghost image in Design Space and then I added the stickers.
Here is a list of supplies: