My super talented friend Megan (there was a whole lot of super going on with this party!) designed our invitation for us and truly captured the theme perfectly. Garrison thought it was the coolest thing ever. =) BIG thanks again to the very best graphic designer around!!
Moving right along...
Garrison chose the superhero theme after much thought and deliberation around the holidays (it was a tough choice between superheros, transformers, and football), then Terrell and I chose the party location based on very few choices in and around our small town. I'm so thankful both the theme and the location turned out so fun!
Our party of 5 including our 3 little superheros. =)
The cake table! I did a little DIY skyline made of cereal, pasta, and Little Debbie boxes wrapped in blue or black wrapping paper with the "windows" made from electrical tape. I thought it turned out super cute and was the best little background. If you look closely you can even see Spiderman scaling a wall. =)
The cake turned out perfect! Garrison was thrilled... and in love with his choice of chocolate. =) Yum-O!! The kiddos at the party may have loved it as much as my birthday boy because when it came time to slice it the requests were overwhelming. Ha! Every single girl requested a color and every single boy requested a hero. At least I'm pretty sure that's how it went down. Everybody was very specific, very eager, and very much making their request known at the same time as 10 other little people. Haha!
Garrison made this sweet little thank you picture for the favor table... which you can see in the background behind the cake table. I decided on superhero masks, bracelets, and gummies for the favors. Simple enough, fun enough, and affordable enough. =)
The birthday boy and several friends even attempted rock climbing...which I think means Spiderman (or woman) made an appearance. Haha.
Singing Happy Birthday! One of my very favorite parts of my babies' parties every year. So thankful we at least have this picture of the birthday boy while everyone sang to him.
One of my favorite pictures of Garrison from the day. Batman and AnAn. =)
After the party was over and we were loading up the cop car we got all of our little men lined up for a picture. Garrison was the only one willing to be photogenic but the shirts alone on my mini-superheros made the picture extra cute.
Now we're smack dab in the middle of birthday week for Garrison Cade and counting down to the big day! We're about to have a 6 year old at our house!! =)