Superhero theme for birthday party

Superhero Party Ideas

O!-Pop! Thwack: Thwack! And KaPow! Your kid’s has a fancy for a superhero from Batman and Superman to and rightly so! Superheroes have stood the test of time with superpowers at hand to save the day and odd devices. You will have to use some of your superpowers to make the party win over your birthday arch-nemesis when your kid asks for a superhero party: the feared, bad, boring party!

Planning and invitations

Knowing your superhero inside and out is important when organizing a superhero party. What’s your Superhero story behind? His color, his logo and his alter ego? Where is He Living? Sidekicks, epic wins, enemies are all things that will suit your theme in perfectly.

· Customization is important.

· Invite inspiration: newspaper clipping the birthday of your child as an epic war between good and evil.

· If your superhero has an alter ego, you might include a disguise kit and an invite for each boy.

· Make your invitation loud, luminous and make sure it reflects the theme of the super hero.

Superhero Decorations

Decorating for a party with a super hero can be so fun! Get creative and tap into your inner superhero! They’re all fair game for gifts, from colors and strengths to signature sayings and sidekicks. Focus on integrating your theme into your diet once you have your food selected.

· If your superhero has a home town, use a poster board to create the backdrop of a cityscape at your food table. Thwack signs are often excellent ways to celebrate the original superhero format comic books, hanging superhero icons around, or the famous boom.

· It’s also a nice idea to buy some superhero cut-outs or things to position on walls and flat surfaces with the superhero theme.

· Vinyl tablecloths are no longer only intended for tables. These are the superhero of the supply world for birthday parties, and can also be used as temporary curtains, door hangers, etc. Get imaginative with tablecloths, and see what infinite opportunities you can make!

Superhero Foods

Children enjoy food and while we don’t know what kinds of food superheroes want, we can take their logo / colors and inspire meals for them. Even healthy eating can be themed to fit into a superhero theme with a little creative thinking!

· Using the superhero colors as a jumping board for stuff like a buffet candy, food, and ice cream cake and.

· Jello is always a treat, colored popcorn, and matching candy in a cool jar or poured in various colors.

· Use those enemy colors if you’re daring to encourage food choices too! (Scarecrow haystacks, everyone else?

· Use color-coordinated food and gifts containers to keep the theme intact throughout. Use toothpicks or other food picks to add products such as logo cut-outs, or Boom and Thwack to foods such as sandwiches and cupcakes.

Personalization (invites, favors, labels)

Personalization is a fantastic new trend in birthday parties. Having Super in front of your Children name will make their day. Weave the customization throughout the party, from the invitations to the party favors. It’s easy to personalize things from printing labels on your computer to purchasing pre-personalized items; it’s much easier than you think. Even handwritten personalization goes a long way.

· Include your new superhero Child name and the superhero logo, on things like the tent cards/food labels, water bottles/cups, and thank you cards.

· Give your child a superhero of his! Have him draw his character, and use it as his own personalization.

· A fantastic way to bring a superhero theme into cups and bottles is to make your capes or masks to affix to drinks and food items.

Superhero Games & Activities

What fun is a party with no games at all? While it’s fun run-of-the-mill plays, use this chance as an opportunity to make the party shine. Players don’t need a lot, and you don’t need incentives to give away the win is fun.

· Use your super held to inspire games and events. Create superhero capes from vinyl tablecloths, and make felt cuffs and masks.

· Superheroes are still practice; why not have a training session with a superhero? Go outside and have a jumping game, target practice with Nerf arms or do cardboard baratangs to throw into a basket.

· Get some questions about your superhero, and have a trivia game unique to the superhero. Attach a simple reward like a flashlight with the chosen superhero logo over the lens to have the spotlight for extra sparkle.

Using glow-in-the-dark things as a superhero / villain hide and seek out game while your party is in the evening.


Clowns and bouncy houses are fun. However, they don’t fit the superhero theme. After training, it’s time for superheroes to test their newfound skills while cleaning up the game and food aftermath. Use this opportunity to recruit friends, family or other parents to help provide some superhero-inspired fun.

· When you have someone who needs to be in trouble, (mom abducted by an evil arch-nemesis? Sister bound to a fake railroad track?) Have children follow the signs to save the day.

· What’s the icing on a birthday party Superhero cake? A true war with super heroes! Find two adults who are able to dress up in costume and go head to head in an epic clash! Getting the superhero available for taking pictures with the kids or sharing a story about one of his wars would be a sure-fire way to hold the kid’s attention after the evil villain has been captured.

· Get inventive with long balloons and make golden ball super hero accessories! Print out some directions for creating superhero swords, headbands, belts, or wrist bands (or give instructions as kids go).

Superhero Party Favors

Any party without favorites is through. The ending crescendo to your party symphony is not a place to lose sight of your theme, favor bags are. Using the favor bag with superhero kits to go for each kid as a great close to your party. You should add all those stuff to the tablecloth capes and items you made at the party in lieu of bags with stickers and candy to. Using stickers, sharpies or personalized bags to ensure each child gets their favorite bag.

· Logo-inspired candy or colored logo candies in a baggie are often a treat.

· A medal of honor for these brave acts would be a major bragging point all through the Meeting.

· Super hero-specific items like Batman’s black liquorices bats / bat cookies, superman’s dumb string, Superman’s rock candy or Superman’s Pop Rock candy, and Hulk’s neon-green marshmallows are all great candy-inspired things that bring up a party.

· Finish it with a comic book for kids to take around, and it’s going to be a huge success for your crowd!