When my son, Cohen, was turning 6, he had to have a Captain America birthday party. It was really fun to plan it and see it come to fruition. My sister, Jaime, took this photo below and turned it into the awesome birthday invitation.
We played a lot of games outside and had different stations the kids rotated to also.
Pass the Kryptonite, like Hot Potato:
Spider Web game -- this one was a tad tricky to get everyone undone afterwards.
One of the stations was "mighty minds" where the kids had to guess how many gumballs were in the jar. At the end of the party, we told the kids how many were in it and the kid with the closest guess got to take them all home.
Vanquish the Villain -- the kids shot pictures of villains with silly string.
I made capes for all the kids.
The food table. I love the Captain America photos on the table. I bought the star straws off etsy online.
My kid loves sugar cookies. I had to serve those.
I made jello jigglers and cut them out with a star cookie cutter. Being that it was December, it was easy to find star shaped cookie cutters.
All the food labels and the Eat.Avenge.Repeat. sign were made by my sweet sister, Jaime. She adds all the special details to my parties.
The favors were 1 inch gumballs I bought online in plastic tubes. And the thank you tags were designed by my sis, too! Love them!
Happy birthday, Cohen! We love you!