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Look out Super Hero world, Super Grace has joined the ranks! Our little super hero turned three at the end of the summer and when thinking of a theme for her party, it was a no brainer. For the past year she has referred to herself as “Super Grace”, used the kitchen towel as her cape, and ran around the house yelling “Super Grace to the Rescue!” So we celebrated her in a super way with a bright pink and orange color scheme with touches of lime green kryptonite. The lovely Kathy of Tickled Peach Studio created the custom printable package which I just love! I had a vision of polka dots (naturally), chevron stripes, and a Super Grace silhouette complete with pigtails and she took my ideas and ran with it.
Each little super hero was given homemade custom capes when they arrived and were kept super busy completing the most important super hero tasks. They decorated their super hero capes, participated in Speed Practice (slip-on-slide) drills and perfected their flying techniques in our very high tech Flying Practice simulator (bounce house). After they became official super heros, they had their first mission: capture the villain who stole Grace’s presents! Armed with bottles of stilly string, they took down the bad guy and saved Grace’s party! Too bad Grace was too upset by the ‘bad guy’ to actually participate, oh Grace!
Sticking to an all super hero inspired food table, guests enjoyed “Hero Sandwiches,” “Wonder Dogs,” “Kryptonite” jello shooters, “Laser Vision” carrot sticks, “Fruit Ka-Pow” kabobs, and various “Wham, Bam, Crunch” salads. I dressed up the food table with custom food flags and created a Super Grace sunburst poster to add for the backdrop.
I came across this adorable newspaper front page on “I am Momma, Hear Me Roar” and knew that would be perfect for the dessert table. So I enlisted the help of my good friend, the talented Andrew of Elevation 9 Photography to create our own Super Grace to the Rescue front page. It is my favorite part of the party décor and will be hung in Grace’s room! It totally set the stage for the crime fighting dessert table. Complete with skyscraper buildings and custom printables, the dessert table was filled with super sweet treats including, “Flying Marshmallows” decked out in capes, “Super Grace Sugar Cookies”, “Super Grace Ropes,” “Kryptonite Krispies,” “Energy Boost Cupcakes,” and “Super Strength Oreos.”