Vintage Pop Art Super Hero Party

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posted on March 24, 2011 by  |  posted under Birthdays

Vintage Pop art Super Hero Birthday Party

Oh my…Hello cute party idea!  Over at Anders Ruff they have some vintage party things going on and SERIOUSLY you HAVE to see this!

Oh and after you see this stuff you’ll need to know where to get it so here are the links:

Dessert Table
Candy Bar and Favor Table
The DIY Projects and the “Activities/Action”

A Vintage Pop Art Super Hero Party

Being in the “party business”,  (Maureen) always has a vision for her dream kids birthday parties, but it didn’t work out with her son’s ideas!  Her son Pierson wanted a Super Hero party, but she wanted to stay away from commercial characters.  With her outstanding talent and inspiration from striking and vintage aesthetic of Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art she designed the dream party all moms sons dream of!

She decided to have a Vintage Pop Art Super Pierson Party.

No commercial hero’s here!  {{only real hero’s invited}}

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The ‘Super P’ was the center stage in the party!  Of course…after the birthday kido!
I am loving the polka dot back ground!
The buildings  are Home Depot’s toss out boxes, crapped and embellished with Electrical Tape! {{nice touch}}
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A conversation bubble with ‘YUM’ at the top!  I need to find out what that is made out of!

vintage-pop-super-hero-party Hello…I didn’t know they made lollipops in the shape of 3′s?
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“A  party can be what your child wants without being overly characterized/commercialized.”

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More candy and more electrical tape!  Candies in buildings!
vintage-pop-super-hero-party Jello shooters that are layered in the colors of the party!

vintage-pop-super-hero-party Lets get to the favor table!  Personalized capes and masks and treats from the candy bar!

vintage-pop-super-hero-party I am sure there was a line for these goodies!
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The party was open for all super hero’s…male and female!  A pink cape…I need one.
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Remember Home depot?  They have refrigerator boxes!
Perfect for the telephone booth!
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Personalized lunch boxes!
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City water. I never thought it could be so cute.

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What was on the menu? HERO sandwiches
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vintage-pop-super-hero-party Pin the Super Logo on Pierson’s Super P!

Some were closer than others!

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Why not add in a photo booth?

vintage-pop-super-hero-party With barbells?

vintage-pop-super-hero-party Adria and I had to get in on the action before everyone arrived….wa vintage-pop-super-hero-party Now go on…get over and see where they get this fun stuff!  Next year maybe they will invite me…I mean my son!

Dessert Table
Candy Bar and Favor Table
The DIY Projects and the ‘Activities/Action

Thanks Anders Ruff for sharing this!

Vintage Pop art Super Hero Birthday Party

 

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COMMENTS
  1. March 24th, 2011 at 8:06 am
    Shelley says:
    Oh.My.Gosh. I think I just found my next party theme. This is too cute for words.
  2. March 24th, 2011 at 8:22 am
    Bobbi says:
    That looks like SO much fun! I love the photo booth idea, and the telephone booth, too! I bet the kids had the time of their lives.
  3. March 24th, 2011 at 8:22 am
    alysha says:
    Wowwweee! All the details of this party are incredible! Love it all!
  4. March 24th, 2011 at 11:39 am
    Nikki says:
    This party is absolutely adorable! If my son's 2nd birthday party wasn't this Saturday, I might be tempted to change the theme!

    Just a quick question: At the top where you say "The buildings are Home Depot’s toss out boxes, crapped and embellished with Electrical Tape!" did you mean "wrapped and embellished..." ?? :)

    I love this party and may have to consider it for his 3rd birthday! Thanks for the inspiration!
  5. March 24th, 2011 at 12:40 pm
    Emily says:
    HOLY FREAKING COW!
    must'v cost a fortune !!
    but awesome!
    i wish i were invited! those stinkin lucky kids!
  6. March 24th, 2011 at 1:20 pm
    Maureen Anders says:
    Thank you all so much! I loved planning my son's party and am so happy that you shared!
    Best,
    Maureen Anders
  7. March 24th, 2011 at 2:24 pm
    Jenn Erickson/Rook No. 17 says:
    Love, love, love! That telephone booth really catapulted the whole party way out into the stratosphere of awesomeness! Every detail is fabulous!

    Lichtenstein would approve!

    Jenn/Rook No. 17
  8. March 24th, 2011 at 5:45 pm
    Caley says:
    this is the cutest thing ever! every little detail made me smile more and more!!
  9. March 25th, 2011 at 12:22 pm
    Monica says:
    Soooooooooo amazing!! I love it. No surprise though, Anders Ruff is awesome! :o)
  10. March 25th, 2011 at 5:07 pm
    Angie says:
    I can't wait for my son to be diggin' super heros! That is one awesome party!!
  11. March 31st, 2011 at 8:38 am
    Syndi says:
    I think that is the cutest birthday party I've ever seen. Perfect for boys and girls. Great job! thanks for sharing.
  12. September 14th, 2011 at 1:24 pm
    Caroline says:
    This is the most amazing superhero party ever! Love how the kids are their own super people and how you transformed your party area into a lifesize comic book! The telephone booth was a perfect touch. Fabulous!
  13. January 27th, 2012 at 2:42 pm
    Lisa says:
    Great place to get kids super hero capes - http://www.kindercapes.com/ - SO cute!
  14. February 16th, 2013 at 10:10 am
    Mina says:
    Absolutely lovely, amazing work, thank you so much for sharing and gratz for this!!!!!
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