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Superhero birthday party ideas + party package giveaway

Okay we have something to admit: we are party printable rookies! Gasp! I know… we are creative bloggers and you would think with 6 kids between us, having celebrated 34 birthdays between them all, that we would have had a theme’d party with all the cutesy prints. I texted Kelli in the middle of prepping for my son’s 3rd birthday party and said, “I am a believer!” because really, it was just as much fun for me to create as it was for him to enjoy it! (;

A big thanks to Carli, the talented lady behind cute cute cute DimplePrints, for inviting us to take part in her fun Summer Party Series, where we were able to try a deluxe party package out.

Dimple Prints- cutest party printables ever!

Since my little man is waaaaay into all things superhero right now (I just tucked him into bed wearing SuperMan socks and The Flash mask! Ha!) I immediately selected their SUPER fun superhero package. Sidenote: I was thrilled Dimple Prints has sample parties for each package theme because I didn’t know where to start. LOL I got my inspiration from Carli’s son’s party but because mine was a lower key family get together, I took it down a notch and had fun with the minimum. (I cannot wait until we start “friend” parties and I can go ALL OUT!)

Let’s take a peek at some of our Superhero party idea’s:

Superhero birthday party ideas

I was a bit overwhelmed (in a good way) with the selection of the package. It is a smokin’ deal since I received over 100 pages of fun prints, pennants, cupcake wrappers, bottle labels, party hats, soda covers and everything in between… I had a blast picking and choosing what to use. I narrowed it down to red, black, blue and yellow colors with polka dots and stripes patterns. So cute!

The prep. I would HIGHLY recommend having your party package professionally printed on card stock. I only printed out 2 soda labels from my home printer and the quality was not nearly as good, plus I was running low on ink so it didn’t look nearly as pretty. Darn it. Anyway, I sat down to a good chick flick and cut everything out with sharp scissors; by the time the movie was over, so was my cutting. Easy peasy!

Superhero party prep is messy! ;)

Let your little helper (birthday child) be a part of the prep. My son had fun as my sidekick- it is all about him anyway so he may as well help! (;

Most action figure superhero’s have two little holes on each foot. I don’t know why or what its purpose is but is sure was handy when placing them on the cake to stand up! I used skewers cut in half as a toothpick was too thin for the hole and it ended up being the perfect object to keep my heros upright. Yay!

The cake. Since my now 3-year old is still quite young, we kept the invite list to a handful of family members and served just dessert: cupcakes and cake. My toddler requested a chocolate cake with chocolate frosting and to spruce it up a bit, I let him put whoppers around the bottom. I topped it with a few cut outs from the superhero package on paper straws, a blue “3” candle I snagged in the party section at Walmart and his 2 favorite super heros.

Easy superhero party birthday cake

(Wouldn’t ya know it? He only ate the whoppers when it was time to eat! LOL)

Cool superhero birthday party cake

The party. I loved how simple everything ended up being. From cutting out the party hats to glueing superhero catch phrases onto the dollar store polka-dot cups (spray adhesive is bomb!) it was a cinch to put together and set up. Other than howling wind that day, it went really well! Here’s a few shots of everything:

Simple superhero birthday party decor

Superhero birthday party ideas

The pennant banner is hands down my favorite piece of decor from the party and it is still hanging happily in my son’s room. (:

Superhero birthday party pennant

The cupcakes were so much fun to mix ‘n match… which wrapper with what topper? Oh, the possibilities!

Superhero birthday party cupcakes

I am really glad I used a tray to house all of the flatware, plates, napkins, paper straws and etc., it made it really easy to keep everything in one place. Plus, it kept everything from blowing out. Dang wind!

Superhero birthday party ideas

Speaking of paper straws…. don’t they make everything look cuter?

Superhero birthday party paper straws

My little superhero blew out his candle and scooted off to play!

Make a wish, little superhero! ;)

It was a relaxing evening swinging, sandbox building and enjoying time with cousins.

My little superhero enjoying his superhero party :)

Happy birthday, Super Kase! We SUPER duper love you!Β (:

A HUGE thanks to Dimple Prints for the awesome party package and inspiration! BAM! Be sure to enter for your own party package, valued at $30, in the party theme of your choice! In the meantime, you can keep up with DimplePrints on their blog, shop,Β FB or Pinterest.

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Contest ends Saturday, June 26th. Good luck!

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  1. I like the birthday theme of a superheroes. Children loves superheroes so making a party like this gets the children more excited.

  2. This is so cute! I have two little boys who are loving the super hero stuff right now. The soda bottles are fun and probably my favorite detail.

  3. Like others here I’m planning a superhero party for my little boy. These would throw it over the top!

  4. Thank you for the inspiration. I have a 3rd superhero party in 9 days and was over thinking the entire thing. This is an effective and exciting set up which my birthday boy was giving big thumbs up πŸ™‚

  5. I love the red & blur Ice Cream party. It would go great with a Dr Seuss/Thing 1 Thing 2 theme.

  6. My son would love the Superhero theme party package. He’s about to turn 4 and he is all about superheros! Thanks for the contest.

  7. This is a beautiful party! But I don’t know which pack I would choose, they’re all so nice!

  8. I would LOVE to win the superhero package for my son’s birthday next week! Everything is perfect!

  9. Kristi, this party is so stinkin’ cute! Love it! And I love how these printables turned what could have been a nightmare preparation into something totally manageable and easy for you so you could, you know, ENJOY the party!

  10. We are having a mermaid birthday party for my daughter’s 3rd, and would love the:
    mermaid printables…or something else for her fourth!


    Zoe Lee
    madforfashion at aol.com

  11. I’d have to get the baseball set! Too cute!! And I have 3 boys that just finished playing baseball…

  12. I would definitely get the pink and blue nautical baby shower for my best friend’s shower.

  13. I’ve been searching the web for inspirations and came across your blog. I make handmade/handstamped invitations and was attracted to the fund bright color combinations in your printables – beautiful!!!!

  14. LOVE LOVE LOVE IT! My grandson’s birthday in September would be a HIT with this.

  15. I loved the monsters and airplanes! Guess I know what the theme is for the next two parties!!!

  16. my daughter is celebrating her first birthday this year, and that woodlands party would be amazing, since her name is Marian and we were thinking a Maid Marian theme πŸ™‚

  17. I would love a circus set for my son and daughter’s joint circus birthday party! πŸ™‚ DimplePrints’ printables are all absolutely adorable though! πŸ™‚

  18. definitely the monkey package – my mentally handicapped younger sister is a monkey-aholic (her entire bedroom is engulfed) so she would love it!!!

  19. I’m already planning a Super Hero party for my little guy next month. I would be thrilled to win this! This and all the new superhero swag at Target would make an epic party!

  20. Forgot to answer the question. I liked the red and blue ice cream party printables. Perfect for summer!

  21. Kristi! I love this! You did such a good job and I love how you really went into the preparations and putting together the package, as well as print tips. All great tips and a wonderful party! We are so happy you decided to participate in our series! Thanks again for a wonderful job!


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