PART TWO (of THREE)- Super P Turns 3! A Vintage Pop Art Super Hero Party by Anders Ruff

Super P Turns 3
A Vintage Pop Art Super Hero Party
Part ONE The Dessert Table (Thursday‘s post)
Part TWO – The Candy Bar and Favor Table (today’s post)
Part THREEThe Action (Activities) (this week)

SUPER excited to share more of the Pop Art Inspired Super Hero party…

Last week I shared Part one of Super P Turns 3 (The dessert table details)

I left out a few fun photos from Part One (dessert table)…
Here are some fun ones of Adria and I…
dressed in our super hero capes that I made…

My son, Jeffrey, with his buddy Max… admiring the fantastic cake by Got What It Cakes.

Today I am sharing the Candy Bar and Favor Table from my little Pierson’s party.


As you heard in my “part one” of the Vintage Super Hero Party, POP ART is what inspired me for the printable graphics and design of this party. Roy Lichtenstein is one of my favorite artists, and so I wanted to incorporate his style of interpreting comics.

Below is the candy bar that was displayed at the party. We had so many treats, we had to have several “treat” tables….

I took a photo of Pierson wearing his mask and super hero costume and it inspired me to draw a pop art inspired poster of Pierson.
Below is the result of my illustration of Pierson in “Roy Lichtenstein” style pop art.

Thanks to Sign Guy for the awesome printing of this 36×36 poster!

Glassine bags with printable party logos on them were displayed at the candy bar for the children to fill up with treats. A conversation bubble sign was displayed that said “Thanks for saving Pierson’s 3rd birthday! Pack up some Super Treats and enjoy!”
With the Super Hero / Pop Art theme,
I focused on big city skyline graphics throughout the party.

It seemed only fitting to serve the candies in buildings!
I found these awesome squared vessels at TARGET of all places. I cut out squares of black cardstock and applied them to the containers to look like windows.
I then filled the containers with red, blue and yellow candies and treats (the color scheme)…

We served yellow M&Ms, red licorice, aqua sour straws, yellow/black boxes of Chiclets, yellow Harbaro gummies, blue old fashioned candy sticks, and more!


Audrey of Sweet Cheeks Tasty Treats created these adorable cake pops for the party. I just love them! We served them on circular cutouts of printable paper.
We displayed our printable party labels with the name of each treat.
(available in our shop in the full printable package)


I made these layered jello shooters for the kids to pull in more of the colors from the party. The children loved them! (they were non-alcoholic, of course!). I stuck a Super P logo flag out of the treats.

Because I love these so much, I just had to share this shot again of the cupcakes (fondant toppers from Two Sugar Babies)
These were served on the white lacquer serving trays in the centers of the tables.

The layered jellos were also displayed….
Here are some shots of the kids enjoying the Candy Bar….
(LOVE the masks from Kid Kapers!)

My sweet little Jeffrey loading up…

My boys getting their treats… LOVE the capes from Kid Kapers!
Now, onto the Favor Table.
All of the children took home their personalized capes and masks,
but they also got some special treats from the candy bar and the favor table…


Adorable cookie pops were displayed in the lacquer boxes that I lined with patterned papers.
The Cookie Jar made the cookies and they were both beautiful and delish!
You can see the printable favor hangtags (available in our shop) attached the cookies that were wrapped in cellophane bags (from Nashville Wraps!)
JoAnne of Oh Goodie Designs sourced this adorable red/blue popcorn.
More of the fabulous cake pops from Sweet Cheeks Tasty Treats were displayed as well….

We also displayed yummy cake pops from Dreamin N’ Details. We put cute little printable “POP” flags on the top of the cake pops. The guests loved nibbling on these!

The sprinkes were perfect for the party – they looked like little benday dots/pop art patterns…


Here is a pic of Grayce (Adria’s daughter), enjoying the party……Everyone was sure full of sweets and treats!
We were so happy to have such wonderful desserts!

Stay tuned this week for

Part THREE – The Action (Activities and DIY) (next week)

– Event Styling, Graphic Design & Printables – Anders Ruff Custom Designs
– Photography – Becca Bond Photography

Party Props:
– Cupcake Wrappers – Bella Cupcake Couture
– Custom Capes and Masks – Kid Kapers
– Pop Art Eco Lunch Bags – Urban Harmonie Designs
– White Gable Boxes and Cello Bags – Nashville Wraps
– Label Material –
– Sign Printing – Sign Guy
– Treat Bags – The Cupcake Social
– Popcorn and CB2 Pop Art Plates – Oh Goodie Designs
– Printable Party Elements: Tags, Labels, Favors, Invites, & More – Anders Ruff Custom Designs

– Custom Cake – Got What It Cakes
– Custom Cake Pops – Sweet Cheeks Tasty Treats
– Chocolate Covered Oreos – Sweeties by Kim
– Cake Pops – Dreamin N’ Details
– Fondant Cupcake Toppers – Two Sugar Babies
– Sugar Cookies – The Cookie Jar
– “3” Lollipops – Vintage Confections