14.04.16

Superhero Birthday Party

Superhero party {incl free party printables}
My boy turned S I X!

And he wanted to be a hero for his special day… so a superhero party we did and yes it was super fun! Rather cosy and at home but then I think: Aren’t those the best parties anyway? A little more personal…

I searched the net about ideas {Thank you Pinterest} and partnered with my favourite party supply store Little Lulubel to add the right tableware and other little details to make it super special.

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My friend Claire came up with some very cool printables that are now available for you right here. {Planning a superhero party too? We got you all sorted…}

Superhero party {incl free party printables}
Superhero party {incl free party printables}
Superhero party {incl free party printables}
Superhero party {incl free party printables}
The table was set with matching plates, napkins & cups. Some fun stickers on the wooden spoons and straw flags. BOOM!

Silver confetti all over and we were ready for the little guests… I mean R E A D Y… we started at 2pm so you imagine the excitement… and you wonder if a party starting at 8 am would be appropriate…

Knock Knock… the guests are arriving…

Superhero party {incl free party printables}
Superhero party {incl free party printables}
Superhero party {incl free party printables}
After some birthday cake and refreshments we did a few, Superhero themed, party games. We seperated the kids in two groups:

* Building a KAPLA skyscraper. The highest won! {teamwork exercise…}

* In our long corridor we set up a little trail so the kids could walk/climb/jump over some obstacles like real heroes

* We built a tower of cans {houses} that the kids had to bring down by throwing a ball {In German it is called Dosenwerfen but no idea what that would be in English… anyone?}.

*  And we did pot hitting which was super fun and such a cool old fashion party game. When I was a kid it was a standard game at any party. Today no kid knows what that is… but they loved it.

*  I also painted a white sheet with some skyscrapers and clouds so the kids could pretend they were flying around in the sky or climbing up a skyscraper… and I took some fun pics

Superhero party {incl free party printables}
And in the end we had a pinata! One with a magic pull string…

We nearly, even the kids, forgot about it… so it was a big surprise for everyone.

We had fun and all the little big superheroes left with a smile…

 

 

PS: There is a Superhero party kit available at Little Lulubel right here. I selected items one by one and did my own but this has everything for a great party.

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