Kara's Party Ideas Girly Superhero 5th Birthday Party | Kara's Party Ideas

How fun is this SUPERHERO 5TH BIRTHDAY PARTY for a GIRL?! Love it! The party was styled and submitted by Rebeca K of My Paper Lily.

Rebeca said- “MY daughter, Ava turned super FIVE this past March! I had asked her what kind of party she wanted this year, and to my surprise she yelled out, ” A SUPER HERO party!” It isn’t really considered a girly party, I guess, so princess crowns and fairy wings had to be erased from my mind. The challenge wasn’t too difficult, but gathering ideas was a little more like a treasure hunt.

Like every superhero party, there had to be a London Phone Booth to change into their life-saving outfits! The Phone Booth became a secret hide-out or a place to escape from the bad guys. Who is saving who!? Haha. I got the box from Lowes.

As soon as the children walked in through the door they were immediately presented with their Superhero capes, masks, and hair clips! I made the capes myself along with their belts, and arm cuffs. MUCH more CHEAPER! I am always on a budget, and I’ve probably mentioned this way too many times in my blog posts.Therefore, the dessert table was simple. All that was included were cupcakes ( I made), cookies, rice krispie treats ( I made), and Ava’s cake ( I made).

For the sunburst backdrop, I used a second fridge box! I lined up painters tape (that blue tape) to help guide me with the sunburst lines. Then, I alternatively painted two types of Pink colors which I purchased at Walmart. It worked out great! For a while I had a hard time figuring out what I could use to create the Sunburst because I didn’t want to spend money on Fabric! This was so much cheaper, absolutely FREE – except the paint.The city was also made from left over cardboard boxes from our recent move. I cut it up to match her invitation.

I wanted the parents to have some fun too! So, I made these Supermom and Superdad stickers to pass around. It generated quite the laugh! I’ll work on having them available soon.

I hope you found some great ideas here if you have a daughter or son who wants a Superhero party!”

Vendors and Credits:

Printable Items : My Paper Lily
Cookies :  Not Betty Cookies
Ava’s Super hero mask : World of Whimm
Rice Krispie Toppers (cupcake toppers) : Top my cupcake
Bam and Pow hairclips :  The Wannabe Crafter
Other Super hero masks :  Baby Pop
Photography : Landing on Lilies

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  1. Nichole Petterson says:

    How adorable! Love the capes!

  2. Samantha Ulrich says:

    Oh, so cute.

  3. Maja says:

    what an awesome idea! My daughter is a bit of a tomboy who loves cars, trains and superheros but most of her girl friends are into fairies and princesses so this sounds like a great compromise. And the boys won’t be disappointed either!

  4. Rosana says:

    how awesome is this party!?! what a great idea with the telephone booth!

  5. Yvette says:

    We are now in party plan mode for my daughters super 5th birthday. Love all the ideas and will trying to have a go at trying to make ours as wonderful as yours! Have looked at lots of super hero invites but can’t find anything as nice as yours where can I get them or a printable version as I’m in Australia.
    Hope you can help :)

  6. Tami Pyper says:

    This is amazing and so creative!

  7. Christine says:

    Thank you soooo much for sharing! My daughter’s a bit of a tomboy but also loves dressing up and princess-y stuff. Last year, she demanded a spiderman party (which we didn’t end up having) so I will absolutely be planning this theme for her party this year.
    Got 5 months to go, so I’ll get planning!

  8. krystle says:

    where did you get the pink backdrop from?