I started out with a Google search and I cam across the most irresistible superhero party. Every detail was perfect and this was my inspiration.
|The entire invite was done using Word. If you are pressed for time check out ETSY (search: superhero invitation) for some really great invitations.|
Each invitation came with a postcard for the superhero in training to return.
The Decor - Tablescape
|The "tablecloth" is a flat bed sheet I found on clearance at Target.|
|The buildings were made from cardboard, covered in wrapping paper, and the details were drawn.|
|The glass vases had "windows" made from Duct Tape sheets sold at any craft store. The stars are suckers from Michaels. |
The Kids' Tables
|I bought three DC Comics from the early 80s and late 70s at Half-Priced Books for around a dollar and glued them to pre-made placemats (Touch of Color) from the party store. The DC Comic books pages were also used to make the birthday banner.|
|Square craft foam was covered in wrapping paper and superhero cutouts were added. Mister's had Batman instead of Wonder Woman.|
Not pictured is the window where a speech bubble said, "Superhero Refueling Station" surrounded by red, blue, and yellow stars.
|This was an 11 pm the night before idea that was done quickly and not up to my usual standards, but man alive was I tired.|
The Door - Oh boy it's another wreath
|This is a cupcake wrapper wreath. It took 4 packages of cupcake wrappers for a 14" wreath and I could have put on one more.|
Not pictured is a "Welcome New Superheroes" sign and balloons on the front porch.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask! Tomorrow will bring more superhero fun.