Scooby-Doo Meets Batman Party

Birthday Party Week continues!  Last week our little boy turned 4 and he had his first "real" birthday party.  This means it was the first time he had more than an easy party with family in our backyard.  And he wanted another mixed theme, this time "Scooby-Doo Meets Batman"  So I did my best to make the mix look great!

Nobody makes Scooby-Doo Meets Batman invitations so I had to make them myself.  I don't have software for making invitations so I made Picasa do as much as it could for me and I had to do it very quickly. :)  Yes, the party was at Wonderwild again, they've got a good thing going there!

My nephew gave us the best reaction when he walked into this room and saw this table.  He said, "I knew it. (long pause) I knew it, I knew it, I knew it!"  And then he couldn't stop smiling as he checked it all out.  For the birthday boy, nothing was new, he'd been opening deliveries and running errands with me all week, ha!  My nephew though was like a kid in a candy store!  Now, pretend like you're him as you check this out:

FYI - links to everything are at the end of this post.  

This is the spectacular Scooby-Doo Meets Batman cupcake tower!  The tower was from Crave but the cupcakes were from HEB (I provided the cupcake rings).  The cardboard tower was $25 and I've been able reuse it.  It's awesome for serving, the tiers can be taken off the top and used as trays for passing out cupcakes, tell it to your neighbor!

Our cupcake figurines, the Mystery Gang and Batman and Robin, were the Birthday Boy's main gift and we gave it to him the day before the party.  

Our Scooby-Doo party favors!  The bag is a lunch sack and Scooby-Doo is made out of stickers we cut out ourselves, a lot of work but worth it!  How cute does the Party Table Fringe from Emerson Sloan look on this counter?!  The fringe tied it all together!

I had a blank wall so I grabbed a few party favors and hung them as decoration.

B-E-A-U was turning 4, so I couldn't resist the letter candles.

Our Baby had an awesome time at his Scooby-Doo Meets Batman Party!  I can't believe he's four!

Below are links to everything and if I could, the link is to an AmazonPrime item.  If you're in Houston, I got most of these supplies at Arne's and Emerson Sloan.  Kim with ES helped me bring the mix together.  Thank you, Kim!


  1. Part or all of this post was stolen by the blogger at benaffleckbatman.net. He did it to me too (and several others as well.) His blog needs to be taken down! As of today, I have been unable to contact him. Perhaps you will have better luck. Just thought you should know that someone is stealing from you. (He seems to steal anything related to Batman)
    Very cute party, by the way.

  2. Finally a scooby meets batman party! I have been looking all over for one .. Found this link on Pinterest. You did a wonderful job! Now if I can figure out how to add the Lego part to the "Lego Scooby batman party" my four year old is requesting! Thanks for sharing

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