At our house it is all about the boys, so amid the collection of transformers and tools strewn about it was no surprise that my four year old asked for a super hero party. Honestly, I could not have been happier with his choice. There are so many fun avenues to explore with this theme.
We’ll be sharing a whole series of posts on how to throw your own super hero squad party so stay tuned for all the how-to details on decor, activities, food and more. For now, let’s talk invites!
The invitation really sets the tone for the party. It not only explains the details for the upcoming event, it is the guests first introduction to the theme. Trust me on this one and go with paper invites rather than online. It is more personal and your attendance will double. The only kids that did not show up this year were the ones with email or phone invites. Crazy!
We went with a vintage superman comic feel for our invite, keeping the design simple, but fun. I printed them on 4×6 photo cards. The invites were designed by the fabulous Key Lime Digital Designs and Kendra made a blank template of the invite just for you to download FREE!
So, invite the super hero squad over and check in later for more posts on all the details for decor, activities, food, party favors and more for your own super hero squad party!! A new post in the series will go live every few hours today!
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