Around November I start thinking and getting excited for my daughters birthday party in January! I know, I’m a little crazy….it’s 3 months before her actual birthday. But, I just LOVE birthdays! It’s the one day that is ALL about YOU!
This year I was racking my brain as to what in the world we were going to do for Blaine’s 2nd birthday. Every year I make her halloween costume, and this year she was a super hero.
After thinking about all options, it was clear….this year we will have a SUPER HERO PARTY. I know, I know. A super hero party for a 2 year old little girl? She was just so stinking cute in her super hero costume, that I thought she needed to wear it again.
Blaine is our sweet little super girl and I knew she would really enjoy playing with friends at her birthday this year. So we had to have a “Calling All Super Friends” party. I loved the idea of her little friends all coming dressed up to her party (who says you can only dress up for Halloween?).
A super hero party wouldn’t be complete without a ton of super food, a super photo booth, super coloring station, and super friends to share it with.
Who says super heros are just for boys?? Not this girl!
Some of the party details….
Food. Lots of kid friendly goodies.
- Wonderdogs (pigs in a blanket)
- Mighty Munchies (Chex Mix)
- Pop! (Puffed Pop Corn)
- Power Puffs (marshmallows dipped in colored chocolate)
- Super Shields (Oreos)
- Super Food (veggies)
- Power Water (bottled water)
- Wonderade (lemonade)
I made the banners and the signs for the photo booth with my computer and pretty scrapbook papers.
The blow up hammers and all the other props for the photo booth came from the dollar store.
The goodie bags were also filled with super hero toys and candy that all came from the dollar store.
The cake and ‘Out of this World ‘cupcakes were blueberry cake and yellow icing….because you have to have a blue cake for a super hero party!
Our smallest Super Friend
Every super hero has to have a super awesome get away car!