Superhero Birthday Party Round-up

Superheroes are such a fun party theme with such fantastic DIY possibilities, we wanted to share some of our favorites!

For seriously simple (and cute) party favors, you can’t go wrong with these oh-so-clever Superhero Lollipops. Just print the templates onto cardstock, cut, and tape.

Superhero Lollipops
(from zakka life)


Another great favor option is printable coloring sheets, and we love these adorable illustrations of the Justice League superheros. These would be perfect for invitations or thank-you notes as well.

Justice League Printables
(from Paper & Pomegranates)


Of course all superheroes need cool masks! This no-sew tutorial shows how to create your own with nothing more than felt, ribbon, and a pair of scissors.

No Sew Mask
(from kinder pendent)


For a slightly more involved superhero accessory, check out this tutorial on this headband/crown. For a no-sew version, just use felt and leave the edges unsewn. You can even use stick-back felt for the star and skip the fusing step.

Superhero Headbands
(from Curlypops)


These sweet superhero cake pops use flattened candies for the graphic art badges, with lettering in edible markers.

Superhero Cake Pops
(from Sweet Cheeks Tasty Treats)


Not only is this superhero party incredibly stylish and beautiful, it was obviously a ton of fun! The kids leaped tall (cardboard) buildings and rescued Batman (frozen in a block of ice by Mr. Freeze) with their superhero squirters. The perfect outdoor game for a hot summer day!

(from Laura Stout Photography)

What happens when designers throw parties for their kids? You get this gorgeous Roy Lichtenstein-inspired Vintage Pop Art Superhero party. Amazing and drool-worthy!

Superhero Pop Art Party
(from Hostess with the Mostess)


We love all the little clever touches in this superhero party from Domestic Charm, from the star-stamped sandwiches to the cardboard cityscape for some very cute superhero photography.

Superhero Sandwiches
(from Domestic Charm)


And finally, we love this little hand-crafted super-girl party. It’s simple, sweet, girly, and super!

Superhero Girls
(from CAKE)


We’d love to see your favorite superhero themed party ideas – please share in the comments!


2 Replies to “Superhero Birthday Party Round-up”

  1. We just did a super hero birthday for my 5 year old. We had “power” glow bracelets to complete the mask and cape disguise. We put bad guys on soda bottles and had the kids knock them over with bean bags. It was a hit!

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