4456ab62684ae17244d576b2248ea70ce95c1b08c858edf677 Fiesta Friday/Real Party - Super Dad! Father's Day Shoot + Tablevogue Giveaway | Not Just A Mommy
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6.01.2012

Fiesta Friday/Real Party - Super Dad! Father's Day Shoot + Tablevogue Giveaway

****THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED**** 
Father's Day is coming! What better way to celebrate the Super Dads in your life than with a Super Hero Luncheon!  I thought it would be fun to style a fun party to inspire your own get-together and let my geek flag fly!

Once again, she of our LEGO party printables, SIMONEMadeIt, to the rescue! She has three Super Hero sets in her shop; traditional red, blue and yellow and the blue, pink, blue and yellow, and the green set I'm showcasing today. I'm also thrilled to be using my  newest Tablevogue in black and hang in there to the end of the post for a chance to win one!

Super Dad Father's Day Luncheon invite
Calling all Super Dads!


Super Dad Father's Day Luncheon table



What does one serve at a Super Hero Luncheon? Why hero sandwiches of course...let guests create their own with a fun buffet!



Super Dad Father's Day Luncheon onion power rings

Some super heroes like the Green Lantern have power rings, so Super Dads have onion power rings.  I hope I'm not losing you with my geeky references...there are a lot...

Super Dad Father's Day Luncheon Kryptonite Jell-O

Ok...here's an easy one...Krytonite Jell-O.

Super Dad Father's Day Luncheon licorice lasso of truth

Here's another one...licorice lassos of truth...no? Hello! Wonder Woman!

Super Dad Father's Day Luncheon fruit kabobs

Fruit Kapows instead of fruit kabobs...I know, right? I used the pop art plate from yesterday's sneak peek...




Super Dad Father's Day Luncheon drink bottles
My favorite part are my 'Clark Kent' drink bottles, you know, since Superman is disguised as a mild mannered reporter? Yes, you are tickled...admit it!

Super Dad Father's Day Luncheon comic paper rosettes
When we went to Emerald City Comicon a few months ago, I scored on vintage comic books that I used the pages for to create the paper rosettes.  And when I say 'vintage' I mean from the 80's. Don't worry, they were only a buck each.

Super Dad Father's Day Luncheon party favors
How fun are these little lunch boxes from Michael's? I filled them with gumballs for an easy party favor.

Super Dad Father's Day Luncheon paper doll craft

You know I have to throw in a craft.  Adults and kids alike will want to create their own Super Heroes.  Pick up a pack of  cardstock paper dolls from your favorite craft store (I'm using Creatology's Paper Shapes from Michael's), and set out paper, felt and markers and watch the awesomeness.

I hope you are inspired! Dads don't get special treatment very often and it's always great to be recognized!

Now on to the giveaway!  As I mentioned, I've a new Tablevogue...I have one in almost every every color now and use them every chance I get...if you take a peek back at my parties, you'll see I have them in red and natural.

They turn ugly folding card tables and banquet tables into party ready fabness.  I simply love the snug, tailored fit, so there will be no shifting.  The best part? They won't fade or shrink after laundering. Toss them in the dryer to knock out the wrinkles and you're set. Seriously, who has time to iron a tablecloth before guests arrive? Plus, it can serve as extra storage; clean up before people show up is easy. Just shove everything underneath.

Angela from Tablevogue wants to hook you on them if you aren't already, by offering one of my readers a 34" Tablevogue in your choice of colors, white, natural, red or black. It's sized to fit a standard card table. Just entered below on Rafflecopter...please note it's only open to US residents since they only ship here in the US.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Vendors
Super Hero printables - SIMONEMadeIt
black table cover - Tablevogue
handcuffs, eyeglass disguises, gumballs - Party City
wooden skewers on fruit - CupKate's Event Design
Mini lunchboxes, paper dolls - Michael's

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35 comments:

  1. I LOVE this table-- the rosette comic books, the handcuffs, the fruit kapows. Awesome job!!!
    And fab giveaway. I use my Tablevogue all the time!

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  2. Great Giveaway! I've had a tablevogue cover on my wish list for some time...would love to win to make my party tables more presentable!

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  3. Diana Berns-ZylstraJune 1, 2012 at 2:55 PM

    I'd love to win a tablevogue cover - it is time for me to step up from plastic tablecloths for my kids parties!

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  4. I would use the tablevogue to pretty up my drink stations at parties.
    mistersmurl@yahoo.com

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  5. If my knees weren't hurting I would literally be jumping up and down about this party. You hit this one out of the park!! Love, love,love, Tablevogue.

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  6. I would love to win a tablevogue for my son´s pirate party!!!

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  7. What a fun party for Dad! Love the sodas and the super hero cards. I've never heard of a tablevogue, but I want one now!!

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  8. love to win for an anniveresary party

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  9. I'd use a tablevogue for every party I had-what a time saver it would be from the no iron duty plus it looks so clean and polished!

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  10. I love the way these fit! I am an independent Scentsy consultant, and I would use this cover in the black to display my Scentsy warmers and wax! The fit and the color of the table coer owuld draw people immediately to my table!

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  11. I love this! I would use these to display items for a Lila Sophia party I have to host in August. So handy though to use on holidays and banquets. I'm sure it would get passed around to other family members to use as well.

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  12. i have plenty of folding tables and the tablecloths would come in very handy. love the fathers day setup-very creative

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  13. Great Job!!! You are my HERO!!!! LOL! I love the Rosettes, and the Clark Kent glasses!!!!
    Table looks great! Is the backdrop chalk board fabric?
    I would love to re-post and give some blog love back.

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  14. My brother-in-law works at a comic book store on the side of his 'real' job and would absolutly LOVE these ideas, Father's day or not! Thanks so much for the wonderful inspiration!

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  15. And what would I use the table cover for... what wouldn't it get used for! Parties hosted at home, vendor shows for my side business, a tent that reaches the floor for my boys :), it's limitless!

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  16. I actually have a little table with a drawer in it, that needs redone, so I would use it on that.
    sunniewoodyplus2 atmsn.com

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  17. Very cool! I've never seen these before, but what a way to upgrade something simple as a card table. Great for brunches and get-togethers.

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  18. I would so love to have one of these for the many parties that I throw in my house! So great!

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  19. Okay, I absolutely LOVE that handcuff garland! (Is that kind of freaky of me?) Have a great weekend!

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  20. The clark kent drinking bottles CRACKED me up!

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  21. I would love this for our dinning room. We have a little table and the whole room is boring. This would help give it some flavor.
    Thanks!
    b_burmester@hotmail(dot)com

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  22. I LOVE...LOVE...LOVE this party! The handcuff garland is my favorite! Please come over to Cast Party Wednesday and share your party with us. Thanks, I hope to see you there!
    ---Sheryl @ Lady Behind The Curtain---
    http://www.ladybehindthecurtain.com/?p=30289

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  23. This would be great for our card table when we need extra seating or want to eat outside!

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  24. I like how they use them over a craft table (with storage underneath)... that would work about anywhere, hide some junk under my table and cover with a Tablevogue.

    fallingfan at gmail.com

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  25. I would use it to jazz up the table for or last day of school breakfast for the moms. We call it "Boozy Breakfast" and we have mimosas and egg/sausage biscuits before the kids get out at noon!

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  26. I would use this for birthdays and parties.

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  27. I would use this for birthday parties and summer get-togethers! :)

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  28. The trick of treat table looked great, I always host halloween parties.
    longshaw4735@hotmail.com

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  29. I would use this for hosting dinner parties or picnics and birthday parties for my children!

    For some reason, your link to tablevogue wouldn't work for me...?

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  30. I would use this for holiday dinners. There is not enough room for food AND people at my table, so the food gets its own. I could use this to class up my dinner

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  31. I would LOVE to do the Lego Birthday party for my son's 3rd birthday in Nov.

    farrah_jo@yahoo.com

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  32. LOVE the backdrop!! So clever! And them jello and sodas, so much fun! :)
    Thanks for linking up to Bird's Party Linky!

    You are one of our featured favorites! :)

    XOXO
    Bird

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  33. What a fun party! I love the superhero theme!

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