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How to have a “Super” party is an important thing to know. If you have children, grand children, or know children a super hero party is in your future. And, I’m going to walk you through the steps you need to know. Including Disney Super Buddies
Get ready for an epic tail…
1. Have a “super” reason to party.
In our case, we were celebrating the upcoming release of the Disney movie “Super Buddies” from the creators of Disney Buddies. If you aren’t familiar with the “Buddies” of Disney…learn! This movie is fantastic! Levi was smiling, and giggling. And all the while learning about the things that make a superhero…
Super hero rules:
o Rule #1: You don’t have to have super powers to be a super hero
o Rule #2: A super hero must always conceal his identity to protect the ones they love
o Rule #3: A super hero is friend to any being in need of rescue
o Rule #4: A super hero does good for good, not for glory
2. Gather your “super” friends.
We gathered…ourselves. Yes, that’s all. We think our family is pretty super. So, this was a family party.
3. Create a “super” treat table.
Just about anything can be elevated to “super” status. It’s all about presentation. And the proper colors. Think primary colors. And make your table bright and colorful!
We made berry kabobs, paw cupcakes, had fruit roll-ups, and Coca-cola for our menu. And of course, doggies biscuits for Lady. Then I gathered red plates and glasses and put the whole thing on the table looking adorable and “super”.
4. Have “super” activities!
For our “super” party we had punching balloons, kazoo’s, and silly putty. We had a contest to see who could create the tallest “super” straw, and what doggie could eat the most biscuits. And…watched “Super Buddies” of course!!
We recommend Disney’s Super Buddies for your “Super” party. This is a great family movie with loads of laughs and smiles. We loved that it has a great message about being kind, protecting others, and being a good friend.
To quote Levi…
It was funny and Buddha is hilarious.
Have a “super” day. (ha ha…see what I did there :))