Who doesn’t love that big ball of chubbyness Baymax? He’s honorable, sweet, smart, strong, funny, and above all adorable. If you’re looking for a theme to your next party, Big Hero 6 is a winner. I hunted down all the Big Hero 6 decorations and party supplies I could find. Here are some cool things I found.
When preparing for a party the first things you need are the basics: plates, napkins, cups & invitations. Once you have these, you can focus on the other decorations and activities you want to have at your party.
These official Big Hero 6 party plates feature Baymax flying in his mecha outfit with Hiro on his back.
1. Wonder Girl Baby Onesie, 2. Batman & Robin Tee, 3. Mr.T Onesie. A few months after the birth of her boy Tristan, Kayo began hand-stitching felted flair to add a bit of variety to her baby’s boringly basic wardrobe. Before she knew it, the corner of her bedroom was bursting with applique onesies, tops, bottoms and t-shirts. Her graphic-designer husband half-jokingly, half-seriously suggested that she start selling them because they were so creative and unique (and so they could have their room back). Even though Kayo has no formal design education, she’s been sewing, sketching and knitting for as long as she can remember – her husband has to constantly remind her that she’s been training her whole life to do exactly what she’s doing now. Check out the rest of her collection at Brika.
Today we have Star Wars Light Saber Popsicles! It’s time to make yourself a treat from long, long ago with your very own Lightsaber Ice Pops! Each set comes with four saber hilts: two Luke and two Vader. Just add juice (or any delicious liquid) to the mold, stick on the hilts, and pop the whole shebang in your freezer for 4 hours. Run a little warm water over the mold and the full saber can be removed. Activate your saber’s LED for a light-up treat that screams awesome and tasty all at once. It’s always time for Jedi refreshment when you have some Star Wars Lightsaber Ice Pops.
Give your own hero Danny Haas Super Hero prints. Artist, Danny Haas, designs vintage style art prints inspired by comics and science fiction. If your Dad is not one to collect Art Prints he might enjoy an iPhone case or laptop skin with the art of Danny Haas.