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The Amazing Super Sawyer's 3rd Birthday

Novelyn A By Novelyn A  in Birthday

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Welcome to a Neighborhood Kids Party! Our dear friends Nikki and Mike wanted to have a sweet Superhero themed party for their son Sawyer's 3rd birthday. Nikki is an amazing hair stylist and has "saved the day" many times for me. So when it came to helping her and Mike with Sawyer's party, it was a given. Since we only had a week turnaround time we wanted
to concentrate on a few areas of the party. "POW!"

The photobooth and dessert table became the areas of the party we really wanted to make stand out.

Thanks for stopping by & we hope to see you again soon!

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Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    Birthday Boy

  • Desserts

    Cupcakes were made by Birthday Boy the night before. With the supervison of WonderMom!

  • Activities / Games

    Treasure hunt and painted faces.

  • Party Favors

    Superhero capes from www.sewplainjane.com and superhero goodie bag from www.orientaltradingcompany.com

  • What People Ate

    Carmen's Kitchen 818-257-4657

  • What People Drank

    Water, Lemonade, Margaritas (adults only) & Juice boxes.

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12 comments

  • Brittany S

    Brittany S wrote:

    Great backdrop!

  • Novelyn A

    Novelyn A wrote:

    Thank you Brittany! This was a really fun party to create!

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  • Cynthia M

    Cynthia M wrote:

    Love the backdrop, how did you make it? Do you want to sell it?

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    Flore J wrote:

    where did you get the capes

  • Mary Ellen P

    Mary Ellen P wrote:

    where did you get the back drop?

  • Mary Ellen P

    Mary Ellen P wrote:

    where did you get the back drop?

  • Karen D

    Karen D wrote:

    Could you please tell me were u got back drop xx

  • Novelyn A

    Novelyn A wrote:

    Hi Karen! Opps I see that Mary Ellen had asked the same question but I failed to see it and answer her question. I actually went on line and googled comicbook covers. I printed them on 8x11 cardstock paper. I went 5x5. Taped the back of them together and there you go a cool backdrop. Have fun planning your Super Hero Party. ;-)

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