Party Recap

My son wanted a Hulk themed party. We decided on a Super Hero Training Academy with training stations and games and lots of green and black food.


Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Green rice krispy treats, cookies, candy.

  • Party Favors

    green and black 1" gumballs in plastic tubes with a Hulk tag.

  • Activities / Games

    Paint the Green on Hulk game. Super hero training stations: Mighty Muscles, Lava Walk, Leap over Buildings, Kryptonite Throw

  • Budget


  • What People Ate

    Green and Black food and candies: green apples, blackberries, green grapes, grape (they looked black) and green apple flavored licorice, mint green M&Ms, green marshmallows, lime jello jigglers, guacamole and chips, lemon lime punch, green rice krispy treats, mint oreos.

  • What People Drank

    Lemon Lime Hulk punch: lime slices, lime sherbet, Sprite.

  • Best Moment

    Seeing the kids play outside and go through the stations. Seeing them love the candy and food.

  • Funniest Moment

    Watching the oldest cousin there get spun around a crazy amount of times before trying to Paint the Hulk green.

  • Most Touching Moment

    The birthday boy's face when everyone sang "Happy Birthday" to him. And seeing him run and hug his grandma after opening her gift.

  • Best Dressed

    Kids came as they wanted. I made Super hero capes for them all with their first initial on the back.

  • A Hulk Smashing Party

    Super hero training academy for all of Hulk's friends and family.


Party Helpers



  • Lacy M

    Lacy M wrote:

    What did the inside of the card say?

  • Jacque W

    Jacque W wrote:

    Hi Lacy. This is just a flat card. The back was blank.

  • Heather W

    Heather W wrote:

    Where can i find the tubes?

  • Jacque W

    Jacque W wrote:

    The etsy shop I used I can't find now. But If you go to etsy.com and search for plastic tubes you'll find some. I used 1 inch gum balls so tubes that are like 8 inches long and a little bigger than 1 inch in diameter work. I bought the gum balls online too. Hope that helps Heather!

  • Chrissy D

    Chrissy D wrote:

    What did you make the buildings out of?

  • Jacque W

    Jacque W wrote:

    Hi Chrissy! I used small orange cones to prop up the buildings. I made the buildings out of cardboard and construction paper. Just cut up some old boxes into various shapes and then glued the black paper into them. Then I taped the buildings to the cones. The buildings are flat and one dimensional. Hope that helps!