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By: Sharmaine Diaz
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Posted in: Birthdays, Kids Birthdays, Theme Parties, Theme Parties Other
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Vendor 1:  iHeart The Details Event Design
Vendor 2:  Dough & Batter
Vendor 3:  Indie Bee Balloons
Vendor 4:  Tie A Bow USA
Vendor 5:  Petite Seats
Vendor 6:  Lts Gourmet Delights
Vendor 7:  AG Illustration
Vendor 8:  Psychobaby Online
Vendor 9:  Daydream Society
Vendor 10:  Simply Love Creations

Venue:  My House
Location:  Bloomfield

Summary:
My son Anthony is a huge fan of the superhero Flash. He loves all things speed and declares that Flash is the fastest person ever. I knew a superhero party was an absolute must for his at home 5th birthday celebration.

I was totally inspired when I found the superhero party supplies from @daydreamsociety (www.daydreamsociety.com). I knew that I wanted the party to have a modern and bright feel. The graphics on their plates and cups were perfect. I loved the pop of turquoise. Those plates inspired the rest of the party decor. From there, I knew immediately that I wanted Melissa, from @doughandbatter (www.doughandbatter.com) to custom create cookies to match the party supplies. Her style is was a perfect match for the look I was going for. The designs were spot on. I knew that a custom cake wasn't in the budget so I used my go-to trick. I went to my local supermarket bakery (whose cakes are absolutely delicious) and asked them to make a plain round cake. No writing. No piping. No decorations. Melissa made a special Number five cookie and the cutest sprinkles to match. I added those to the cake for a more custom feel. All the desserts were displayed beautifully on cake stands and tray rentals from @tieabowusa (tieabowusa.com).

I loved watching the kids as they sat at their own special superkids table for their "Power Lunch". The kid chairs from Petite Seats Rentals (www.petiteseats.com) were the perfect touch. My son insisted on having a "special chair" for his birthday. I used the extra wall decals that I had left over from the backdrop and added them to his seat. He was so excited.

When styling events, my husband and I often create one of a kind pieces specifically made for my clients parties. As an event stylist and planner, I love bringing something unique and special to each space. I knew that I wanted to do a DIY project for my little guy. I was inspired by Pinterest and fell in love with the idea of creating an actual cityscape dessert display. My husband and I bought a ton of wood, a few cans of chalk paint, and got to work. To save time and money, we simply built the frames with 3 sides and a top (keeping the back and bottom open). I loved how it turned out.

The display came to life when Elissa from Indie Bee Balloons (www.instagram.com/indie_bee_balloons/) added her organic balloon garland. I wanted to add a bit of texture so I added the paper fans and honey combs for an extra pop of color. I finished off the backdrop with a personalized lightning decal for my little Flash from Simply Love Creations (www.simplylovecreations.com).

Each kid also felt super special with a few of their own personalized items. Tamar from Lts Gourmet Delights (www.instagram.com/Lts_gourmetdelights/) made the cutest superhero candy lollipops. I was amazed at how many flavors she offers and the options she has based on dietary needs.

The kids also received cloth favor pouches with their name on it from @psychobabyonline (www.psychobabyonline.com). Inside, they found superhero snacks, pop art tattoos and other fun superhero themed things.

This party was jam packed with superhero awesomeness. I'm so glad Alan from AG Illustration (www.alangillustration.com) was there to capture it all. The photos were beautiful and these memories will last a lifetime.

















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