Drinks

Party Recap

This party was so much fun and the kids all had a blast. It is always hot in the beginning of August so although the main part of the party was outside we had to have some activities that could be done inside to take a break from the heat. The main event was the Superhero obstacle course. Each obstacle was tailored toward a particular superhero or superhero trait. After each kid completed the obstacle course they received a cookie medal. We also had face painting, a balloon artist, superhero bingo, city skyline photo backdrop and a pinata (using Hulk hands rather than a stick). It was a great day with lots of great food, friends and family.

Idea

Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Hero sandwiches, villian veggie cups, devilish eggs, wonderwoman lassos (funyons), fruit kapows, candy bar, cake, cupcakes, ice cream

  • What People Drank

    water, gatorade, soda, juice, beer and wine (for grown ups)

  • Desserts

    Candy bar, cake, cupcakes, ice cream

  • Party Favors

    superhero bags with coloring/activity books, superhero punch ball, hologram sticker sheets and superhero t-shirt inside

  • Activities / Games

    Obstacle course, superhero bingo, balloon artist, face painting artist, pinata, photo backdrop

  • Best Moment

    My son's happy face when everyone was singing him happy birthday

  • Best Dressed

    All the kids who dressed up for the party but I was a little partial to Captain America and Catwoman

Hand

Party Helpers

💬

14 comments

  • Gloria Q

    Gloria Q wrote:

    Where did you get these?

  • no photo

    Annie H wrote:

    We made them....well partially. The actual letters are from Hobby Lobby. They are brown and a thick cardboard material. Then you just cut pictures out of comic books and modge podge them onto the letters. The buildings in the back are from Pottery Barn Kids.

  • Gloria Q

    Gloria Q wrote:

    Thank you! I thought those were the ones from poterry barn, I had seen them on sale recently :) Did you just buy 1 set for this picture?

  • Gloria Q

    Gloria Q wrote:

    I love these! Saw them at Oriental trading, then the kids can use them for trick or treating :D

  • Esther F

    Esther F wrote:

    I can't tell is this a balloon stuck with glue to a piece of wood? I've seen this before but the styrofoam is too expensive to use and I was thinking balloons but not exactly sure how I was gonna do it

  • Esther F

    Esther F wrote:

    i love this smash idea so much more than another party I saw. Are these specific size boxes that you just painted?

  • Staci W

    Staci W wrote:

    This is so Nice!

  • Staci W

    Staci W wrote:

    How did you do this? I so love this!!

  • no photo

    Fiona M wrote:

    Looks like a great time! If you don't mind sharing I'd love to know where you got the life size superhero stand up characters.

  • Christina A

    Christina A wrote:

    Love it! Where did you get the plastic sleeves from?

  • Christina A

    Christina A wrote:

    My son loves Captain America and your party was just amazing. I am in love.

  • Kimberly T

    Kimberly T wrote:

    Love love love your party! Great activities and well executed!

  • Staci W

    Staci W wrote:

    I love your party invitations and especially #!! Did you make those themselves? If not, may I ask who did them?

  • Amy A

    Amy A wrote:

    I would love to know where I can get these invitations! They are awesome!!

Close Follow Catch My Party