I found these fun (and free!) Superhero-ish fonts that made creating all our Superhero prints a breeze:
and you can find many more at this very cool Superhero Font site called Blambot Comic Fonts! Check them out- they are amazing!!!
We decided on a simple menu: Superdogs and Veggies with Ranch...
because Superheros Eat their Veggies!!! The superdogs were easy to prepare too- we had two crockpots- one with the dogs and one with chili (because the adults need to eat too!) and a topping tray that I prepared the night before: onions, pickles, sauerkraut, cheese, tomatoes, and jalapeno and yellow peppers.
Superheros Eat Their Veggies and Superdogs Are Served- 8 1/2 X 11 Printable
Sound Effect Bubbles- 4 X 6 Index Card Printable
The Banner was made from Scrapbooking paper of the colors above, then I glued on the following letters to create the: Happy Fantastic Four and simply hung on string- super easy banner!!
Fantastic Four Banner Pt. 1- 8 1/2 X 11 Printable
Fantastic Four Banner Pt. 2- 8 1/2 X 11 Printable
Of course superheros need capes, right?! You can find the tutorial with free templates HERE!
We did a "Superhero Training Course" with a "Villain" pinata at the end. We had tied up baby dolls (poor things!) that our little superheros had to rescue by completing the different obstacles... but it just so happened to be FREEZING that day (of course!) so we cut the training course short and skipped to beating up on the poor villain... which my husband picked out-on his own-and happened to really be a Mexican Wrestler- close enough I suppose?!
Fun stuff, right?? They seemed to all have a blast despite the frigid conditions :) Anyone else out there have little girls requesting superhero parties??