Does your child love Superheroes? My family loves Superheroes, all five of us are big fans of all things Marvel and DC Comics. Earlier I shared the Batman Art Party I created with Social Artworking Junior and since there are so many details from our party, I decided to break up the details into two posts.
If you have not seen the Batman Art Party, head on over to see all the fun we had!
Batman Party Details
Inspired by the Super Hero Signal design I picked for our Social Artworking Party, for our party I designed a coordinating backdrop and added the Batman symbol since Batman is one of my son’s favorite Superheroes. What’s there not to love about Batman? He’s awesome and we can’t wait to see the new Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice movie coming to theaters soon!
For my backdrop, I hung blue bulletin board paper on my wall and then the large banner I created. I then covered my tables with a black table cloth and blue runner. Next I assembled two Skyscraper towers and added the treat boxes and popcorn boxes I also embellished with my Big Shot. I filled Cityscape Candy Buckets with coordinating candy. I used a couple of the photo props in the candy buckets to add a little more “pop” to my display. For height, I placed the candy buckets and cupcakes on cake plates.
I filled the Ice-Cream cups from Party Pail with coordinating gumballs. See my tutorial on how I added the skyline to match our theme, super easy!
I filled the large popcorn boxes with popcorn and the small popcorn boxes with powdered donuts. I had so much fun embellishing the treat boxes and cups, check out my Gotham City popcorn box tutorial to see how easy they are to make!
I covered Silly String with coordinating paper for party favors.
I added a small Batman Graphic to the ice cream cups also from Party Pail and filled it with my son’s favorite Cherry Sours.
Party Plan-It Tip:
Add a little “punch” to paper straws! I added action words to the paper straws with a dab of hot glue and placed them in frappuccino glasses. I also made small coasters with a circle punch for a splash of color.
I created a banner with my Sizzix Big Shot and bakers twine and added the Batarangs I made to the ends.
I wrapped my cupcakes with the awesome wrappers from our friends at Bella Cupcake Couture.
My friend Katherine of Creating Awesomnessity made AMAZING cookies to match. We loved them!
Party Plan-It Tip:
Use wrapping paper as a plate liners and backdrops! Just be sure to protect your food by placing it on a piece of wax paper before placing it on the wrapping paper.
Our friends over at Sweets from Heaven, Outlets of Orange made hand painted CandyBobs and they were a huge hit!
You can’t have a party without a photo booth! I printed a smaller city backdrop for our photo booth and purchased these super cool photo props from Oriental Trading.
I filled mini bags with Batman goodies from Party Pail for the kiddos.
I covered canvas left over from my Descendants Watch Party with more wrapping paper for my Drink Station backdrop. A super easy and affordable backdrop in a snap!
Using my Sizzix Big Shot Pro and Ellison Super Hero Mask die, I created a paper banner and added a mask to the drink dispenser. I also used the same dies to create the masks for our Make your Own Mask station.
The kids painted City Skylines and made their own Super Hero masks. I’m sharing all the fun activity details HERE, come on by to check it out!
We all a blast saying goodbye to summer with our little Batman party! Thank you to all our little heroes who attended!
I hope you are inspired to create your own Superhero party!
Disclosure: I received some products from Party Pail included in this post, however all opinions are my own.
Party Styling, party stationery, paper crafting and photography – Michelle’s Party Plan-It Please note: All Batman inspired party decor and party stationery I created was for my personal use only. They are not licensed products and are not for sale.
Art Party Supplies – Social Artworking
Paper placemats, favor bags, large popcorn boxes, black and blue ice-cream cups, paper straws, paper plates, paper cups, napkins, plastic cutlery and Batman themed party favors – Party Pail
Cookies – Creating Awesomnessity
CandyBobs – Sweets from Heaven, Outlets of Orange
Custom Lollipops – Lollipics
Cupcake Wrappers – Bella Cupcake Couture
Photo props, candy buckets and skyscraper towers – Oriental Trading Company
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