Thursday, January 14, 2010

Batman-themed birthday party

When Heather asked me to create some invitations for a Batman-themed birthday party, I knew it would be another one of her amazing parties, but she has truly outdone herself once again! (Starting with the bat wings she added to the invites!)
A menu consisting of Penguin's Party Dip, Catwoman Claws, Mr. Freeze's Fruit, Robin's Raw Veggies, Poison Ivy Pasta, Two-Faced Pizza and Joker Juice.
Party favors were personalized bat capes (glittered and ruffled up for the batgirls).
She filled little Batman buckets (by Haus of Girls) with goodies for game prizes.
There was a "batmobile" at the party, and the games included Pin the Tail on the Bat, The Joker's Hidden Treasure Hunt, and Mr. Freeze Dance. Seriously?! Who knew that a Batman-themed birthday party could be so completely creative, crafty and cute?

6 comments:

Heather | Cookie Mondays said...

aww, thanks sara!
it all started with the invites :)

Emma said...

oh my gosh - my son's superhero party is tomorrow, the ideas for this party are beautiful and are now making my head spin with last minute panic ideas!1
:-)

momof3boys said...

Im in the process of planning my sons Batman birthday party. Can you tell me how you created or found a batmobile? Thanks!

Sara Tams said...

momof3boys: you'll need to ask Heather at Cookie Mondays about the batmobile, http://www.cookiemondays.com/

sassymomma said...

Would love to know how the capes were made. I have four kids that would love to have them for party favors at their brother's party in a few weeks.

Sara Tams said...

sassymomma: you'll need to ask Heather at Cookie Mondays about the capes, http://www.cookiemondays.com/