29 Apr

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

Even if you’re not a complete gamer like this birthday boy, chances are you know a thing or two about the Super Mario Brothers — which is why I know you’ll all love and appreciate the endless creativity in this Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party by Summer Stone of Cake Paper Party! With adorable Super Mario themed treats to help the guests Power Up and fun activities to play, I’m sure everyone left feeling like a WINNER! :)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Fire Flower topped brownie bites, gold star cookie pops & Bob-omb bomb truffle pops
– Piranha Plant tulip glasses & balloons + ‘mushroom’ benches & table centerpieces
– Chocolate mustaches, pin the mustache on Mario game + DIY Mario Brothers lollipops
– A gold coin paper plate backdrop + a brick, pipe, gold coin & mustache decorated birthday cake
– Homemade Mario Brother posters & Mario Brothers costumes for all of the guests

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

Power Up! Super Mario Brothers Birthday Party

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PARTY DETAILS as told by Summer
:

My son, like so many 6 year old boys, is video game crazy. He is particularly smitten with
Mario Bros. games so we decided to play off of that theme for his sixth birthday party. The boys were given Mario-like costumes cut from felt and costume hats made from poster board. The activities included pin the moustache on Mario and a Luma bean bag toss. For food we served lasagna and pizza for Italian flair along side fruits and veggies. We also had 7Up for the guests in piranha plant stemware. On the dessert table we offered Power Star sugar cookies, mushroom cupcakes, Bob-Omb Oreo truffle pops, Fire Flower brownie bites, coin cookies, chocolate moustaches, Jello cups, popcorn, Mario and Luigi lollipops and vanilla bean cake.

The back drop posters were made in Photoshop Elements and were printed at Costco. For favors, the kids were given Power Star notepads, Bob-Omb super balls and Fire and Ice gum in moustache take-out boxes.

So much fun for these little boys!

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VENDOR CREDITS:

– Party Styling & Desserts: Cake Paper Party
– Cake Decorating: Jessica Harris, Jessicakes
– Photography: Sara Shearer Photography

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@Journey2Joy SAYS:

Love this Super Mario Party and the bright colours!

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Reply April 30, 2014 at 12:09 am

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@AllAboutNuptial SAYS:

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Reply April 30, 2014 at 2:11 am

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