Marvel’s newest action flick just hit the big screen and we’re ready to celebrate! It’s adventurous, bold, and boasts a rockstar female lead that realizes her own untapped potential and uses it for the greater good. It’s only fitting then, that we roll out a full lineup of superhero essentials to get the Captain Marvel party started…
1. Captain Marvel Movie Chest Symbol T-Shirt, $22.99
First things first, you have to look the part. Rep the iconic chest symbol in style for your Captain Marvel party! Their sizing caters to men, women, and kids – perfect for the whole family. It also comes in a variety of colors, so your whole group of superheroes can wear coordinating styles without being matchy-matchy.
2. Superhero Backdrop and Felt Mask Set, $29.99
All great parties need to be documented, and what better way to do that than in front of a superhero cityscape backdrop?! You can hang the reusable cloth backdrop on the wall and pose in front of it ‘til your heart is content. Added bonus – the pack comes with 28 felt superhero masks to rock in your photos.
3. Superhero Cupcake Toppers, $12.80
Satisfy your sweet tooth AND stick with your theme. These darling, handmade cupcake toppers represent your favorite superheroes in style.
4. What’s Your Superhero Name Sign, $3.50
Think of all the fun this creative sign will trigger! Party goers can use the simple formula to come up with their own superhero persona. From there, the possibilities are endless. Guests can design their own shield, a cape, come up with a sidekick name, dream up their super powers – so much potential! The sign is an instant download and comes in 8×10 and 16×20.
5. Lollipop Favor Kit, $9.99
Give the gift that keeps on giving (at least for 200 licks, or however many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop). These sucker superhero capes make for an adorable party favor! Tack them on to the lollipop of your choice with a drop of hot glue and you’re ready to go.
If you really want to wow your guests, it’s time to do some homework. Read up on the adventures of Captain Marvel and get the lowdown on everything that didn’t make the movie. Plus, how cool would it be to display the original comic books that superhero movies, like Captain Marvel, are based on?!