A Girlie Superhero Birthday Party


A Girlie Superhero Birthday Party

Quinn’s birthday was back in February, but we had her birthday party in March right before quarantine started! I hired my friend and go to party planner Jamie who owns  Sweet Wood Creative. Jamie makes everything so easy because she’s so creative and detail oriented. Quinn wanted to have a boy/girl party to include everyone in her kindergarten class, so she decided on a super hero theme. It was beyond cute how excited she was because this was her first BIG party.


We started the party off with some face painters, which is always a big hit. They painted superhero masks on all of the kids right before they picked out their capes.  I wasn’t sure if the weather was going to cooperate, so I ordered a giant inflatable jumpy house from Amazon to blow up next to the party area. This was the first time I’ve used our basement for a party and I’m so pleased with how it all worked out.  If you have room for a jumpy house in your home, do it! It is the best rainy day/quarantine activity and I’m kicking myself for not doing it sooner. The superhero’s were a big hit and provided structure and fun for the kids. I wasn’t anticipating for the party to head out to the patio, but the weather was nice and that’s where the kids gravitated. I wish I had my painting over the fireplace and ferns in my baskets, but I still haven’t finished this space! They did super hero lessons and some fun games and there was lots of giggles.


Party Design: Sweet Wood Creative Co., LLC

Furniture: TLC Event Rentals

Cake: Cakes by Darcy – she decorated the cake to match Quinn’s costume!

Face painter: Kani Richards

Super Hero Characters: Atlanta Super Hero Parties
Make sure you check out the party Jamie designed for Nola’s 5th Magical Christmas Birthday and Liv’s 1st Birthday Garden Party at the Farm.

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