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Super Mario Bros Party Ideas and Free Printables

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Get a pipeload of ideas for a Super Mario Bros-themed party, from cakes to decorations to free printables for DIY fun!

Get a pipeload of ideas for a Super Mario Bros-themed party, from cakes to decorations to free printables for DIY fun!

Tips for Creating an Awesome Mario Brothers Party

I've created this article to hopefully inspire you. If your child is a fan of Super Mario Bros, then this article will provide lots of ideas for some creative fun. If you're planning a party with a specific theme—like Mario Kart, Mario Galaxy, Super Mario Brothers, Mario and Donkey Kong, etc.—I hope I've got it covered here with the best party decorations and ideas I could find on the web!

I gave my son a Mario Brothers party for his sixth birthday, and one thing I noticed was the lack of Mario Bros party gear, especially gear found all in one place at affordable prices. So, I've found what I consider the best choices and added them below.

Printables, Videos and Party Inspiration Galore

I've included a wide range of free printables—some I made myself, and others I found online. I've made a video of awesome Super Mario Bros costume ideas. And I've even included some ideas for fun Mario party treats and decorations, plus photo galleries of other amazing Mario-themed parties for inspiration. Enjoy looking through the following:

  • Free Printables
  • Costume and Cosplay Ideas
  • Cakes and Other Sweet Treats
  • Balloon and Lantern Decoration Ideas
  • Party Inspiration Galleries

If anything, may this article give you some creative enjoyment or perhaps some memories of your own experiences with the icon that is Nintendo.

Free Printables

For all of these printables, you can click on the "Source" link to download the images to print.

This is a free Mario-themed invitation that you can print. Click on the source link to download it.

This is a free Mario-themed invitation that you can print. Click on the source link to download it.

1. Super Mario Bros Printable Invitation

I created an invite for my son's birthday using free vector shapes. And I've made one just for you! This is for personal home use only, please.

You can print something like this and then write your own details on it. Or open it in your editing software and add your own text, then print! It couldn't be easier—or cheaper. Or, if you don't have time to snail-mail invitations, save it to your own computer, add some text, save it again, and then email it as a JPEG file to all your friends.

This is a fun party game. Click on the source link to download the extra large, high-res image to print.

This is a fun party game. Click on the source link to download the extra large, high-res image to print.

2. Pin the Mustache on Mario Party Game Printable

This game works just like Pin the Tail on the Donkey. I created this for you all. This is a large, high-resolution PDF file. You can print it up to A2 size, no problem. To do that, your best bet would be to send the file to your local printer for printing on A3 or A2 paper.

You can find many creative uses for this printable Mario-themed paper.

You can find many creative uses for this printable Mario-themed paper.

3. Free Printable Mario Bros Paper

Use this paper however you like—maybe as a table decoration or to wrap small gifts?

Print, cut and fold this image to make a place card for a table.

Print, cut and fold this image to make a place card for a table.

4. Mario Bros Party Table Place Card Printable

I've created these for you all to have free! Print on letter-size paper (8.5" by 11"); use thicker paper or photo paper, if possible. Then cut and fold. They will look best if you're able to cut the edge very straight, using a ruler and knife or a paper cutter.

I've left enough room for you to hand-write names easily. Alternatively, you can open the JPEG in an editing program and add text that way, then print.

Let your party guests colour in these fun images, or use one of the other ideas below!

Let your party guests colour in these fun images, or use one of the other ideas below!

5. Mario Bros Colouring Pages

I've got some fantastic ideas for how you can use outline/colouring images.

Colouring

  • Print them out two to a page (or one to a page) and staple them together to make a mini colouring book, perhaps with a coloured-in sheet on top, and give them out to the kids to take home. It would be even better to put the kid's name on the front of their book.
  • Hand them out for a colouring-in competition that they do at the party. Best colouring effort wins a prize?
  • Laminate each one, and use them as placemats on the party table! Put whiteboard markers or Textas on the table, and the guests can colour them in!
  • Or don't laminate them, and use them as paper placemats. Put a tin of coloured pencils in the middle of the table so kids can colour them in, if they wish.

Decoration

  • Colour them in on your computer, using any paint shop program, then print them out and use them as posters to decorate the room.
  • Use cardboard and glue/tape an image to both sides of the cardboard. Then put a hole in the cardboard images, tie fishing wire to them, and hang them from the ceiling as decorations.

On the Table

  • Colour them in on the computer, then add a guest's name to each sheet and print them out. Alternatively, print them out as is, and colour them in yourself with markers or pencils. Stick them on the chairs for fun table seating arrangements.
  • Stick cardboard to them and attach them to something (a peg or clip, for example) to make them stand up on their own. They can then be used as table place markers which will add heaps of colour to the table!

6. Large JPEGS of Mario Characters

To help you make cool things for your party, here's an absolutely fabulous array of large JPEG files (for personal use only). These could really do the trick for adding extra colour and pizzazz to your party. They're free for you to use at home (but not for any commercial purpose). As long as you have a good colour printer, then this is a really cheap and easy way to make your party extra special.

You can right-click on the images above to save them to your files. These originally came from the One Hip Mom Blog. Please remember, these images are only for personal use.

There are so many ways to make great use of these!

Labels and Name Tags

  • Use them to create full-colour labels for party favours.
  • Create labels for a dessert table. Have matching labels for your apothecary or glass jars as well as on all your treat plates.
  • Insert them into a template that prints out labels to make name tags for the kids. Name tags on stickers may seem silly, but they can be a lifesaver for moms! How else are you supposed to remember all the kids' names?
  • Print them on round labels to make cupcake toppers.
  • Print them on larger labels to put on water bottles.

Decorations

  • Make a collage with them.
  • Print them out on full A4 pages and then cut them out and hang all over the party room walls.
  • For added effect, print two of the same image (with one image reversed). Stick one side to cardboard and cut it out around the edges, and then stick the other piece on the other side, making sure to match the edges. Then cut the remaining paper off. Put a hole through the image, and use fishing wire or ribbon to hang it from the ceiling.
  • Print them on iron-on transfer paper and stick them to a t-shirt for the birthday boy or girl.
  • Print them onto edible transfers to put on a cake.
  • Use a word processor to create little fold-over table place cards.

Fun Extra Touches

  • Use them to create a great screensaver to display on your computer desktop on the day, with a personalized message for the birthday boy or girl.
  • Use them to create an email invite, a website invite, a Facebook invite or a printed invite.
  • Print them on thicker paper and make them into cones to hold caramelised popcorn or lollies.

7. Papercraft Printables

The three patterns above can be used to create 3-D papercraft figures—just print, cut, fold, glue/tape and assemble!

A printable Mario mask.

A printable Mario mask.

8. Printable Mario Mask

Print this mask and use it for a decoration or a costume! (See more costume ideas in the video below.)

Costume and Cosplay Ideas

Cakes and Other Sweet Treats

If you can't find an idea for your party cake or treats out of all the fantastic examples here, then you never will.

Mario Star Cake

The video above shows you how to bake a Super Star-shaped cake. Follow along with her instructions, or use it to inspire your own starry cake!

Star Cookies

Here are three ways to make these, as shown in the photos above:

  1. Simple: Just use a star cookie cutter. Then, for eyes, cut chocolate buds in half and slide them sideways into the dough.
  2. Frosted: Do star shapes, then colour and outline them with frosting.
  3. Fondant: Apply star-shaped fondant to cookies or gingerbread.

Chocolate Molds

Look through the photos above to see what Amy made with star-shaped, mustache-shaped and controller-shaped chocolate molds.

Variations on Cake-Pops

1. Donut Hole Cake-Pops

Amy also made Toad cake-pops by sticking a lollipop stick into a donut hole and then dipping it in green candy melt. Making "cake-pops" with donut holes or marshmallows is easier than making actual cake-pops, and it's a lot of fun. See Amy's other party decorations on her blog.

Marshmallow mushroom pops.

Marshmallow mushroom pops.

2. Marshmallow Mushroom Pops

Holly Moeller (see more pictures of her stunning Mario Bros party below) created these fabulous mushroom marshmallow pops, a gorgeous and much simpler alternative to actual cake-pops!

I've written my own quick guide to making Lego marshmallow pops; the same procedure would work for making mushroom pops. You would dip the marshmallows only halfway into the candy melt; then, while the chocolate is soft, you could attach white fondant circles or perhaps rolled-up marshmallows.

Another idea for marshmallow mushroom pops.

Another idea for marshmallow mushroom pops.

3. More Marshmallow Mushroom Pops

Cute as a Fox made these awesome Marshmallow Mushrooms. She's written a tutorial on how to make them.

These figurines are the perfect size for awesome cupcake toppers! And kids can keep and take one home!

These figurines are the perfect size for awesome cupcake toppers! And kids can keep and take one home!

Cupcakes

Use small, cheap Mario figurines as cupcake toppers! Even better, each kid can keep their topper and take it home.

A Mario "cake" made out of cupcakes.

A Mario "cake" made out of cupcakes.

Cupcake "Cakes"

Arrange frosted cupcakes into a Mario-shaped "cake" that resembles pixel art.

My Son's Party: Foil Star Balloons

Instead, for balloon decorations, I bought lovely foil star balloons in the Mario colours (blue, red and yellow). They looked fabulous, and they only cost around $2 each. I'd planned to fill them with helium, and my local party shop had told me they'd be open on Sundays—but then on the Sunday morning of the actual party, they were CLOSED! Not a happy Mum at that stage.

But then I just decided to blow them up with air, so I used a drinking straw and blew them up and then used pre-made balloon strings. I attached one each to my blue and red Chinese-noodle-box lolly bags. It actually turned out for the best, because the venue we were in had really high ceilings; at previous parties, we had lost expensive helium balloons to the ceilings in the first five minutes! Not only that, these air-filled star foil balloons are still in pristine blown-up condition months later!

Consider some fabulous alternative ideas below.

Boo Balloons

  1. For these, just use white balloons. Use round balloons, or if they are long, only blow them up enough to keep them round.
  2. Get pieces of white computer paper and make cones out of them. Make sure to cut little flaps at the tops and fold them inwards to glue them to the balloons. I would suggest PVA to stick them on, because a glue gun may pop the balloons.
  3. Then just get yourself a black permanent marker (it has to be permanent, or you'll have black ink everywhere!) and use your creative skills to copy the face onto all the balloons! Make sure you position the face just below the knotted end of the balloon, so you can hang them right-way-up from the ceiling.
A big light-up Boo lantern.

A big light-up Boo lantern.

Boo Lantern

I love this idea! How great would lit-up Boo lanterns look at night? But even during the day, they'd look fantastic.

You'd just need to get lots of round white paper lanterns and use your creative skills with permanent markers to draw a face on the lantern. You could also do the same as with the balloons above and add paper cones to the sides for the arms.

They'd look so fabulous hanging from the ceiling, don't you think?

A cute party game with Goomba balloons!

A cute party game with Goomba balloons!

Stomp the Goomba!

Here's a really cute party game idea: kids stomp on the Goomba balloons! The paper plate "feet" help keep the balloons upright and in place.

Party Inspiration 1: Mario Kart Theme

Holly Moeller created the most awesome party for her son, as you can see in the photos above. I recently discovered Holly's blog. I know a lot of you will be able to relate: When you see all those incredible, beautifully matching party and dessert tables, your heart skips a little beat, and you're inspired so much that you want to have something like that in your life, too

I've been inspired by the party Holly created for her little 6-year-old. I love the Mario Kart theme because there is so much you can do with chequers and racing stripes.

This is the perfect example of the kind of party you can create if you give yourself enough time and do a lot of your own DIY creative options. And the resources are all available to find on the net. See more details of this gorgeous party on Holly's Paisley Petal Events blog.

Gifts for the guests: hats and goodie bags to fill up at the sweets table.

Gifts for the guests: hats and goodie bags to fill up at the sweets table.

Holly created yellow bags that the boys got to fill to their hearts' content from the stunning sweets table she created at the end of the party. Sweets or dessert tables are definitely all the rage now for parties, and to have the sweets used up at the end of the party like this is just perfect!

Party Inspiration 3: Paper Cut-Outs

Talented "Stampin Up" demonstrator and card-maker Michelle Fisher came up with these brilliant paper cut-out ideas for her own son's sixth birthday. She was pressed for time and could not find any Mario party supplies, so she decided she had to make some herself. And aren't we glad she did?

Wow—she's impressive! Just look at those fabulous Mario and Luigi party lollipop favours! She also made her own mushroom boxes, Koopa Troopa pencils and Yoshi favour bags! Talk about a creative mind; I love it!

Party Inspiration 4: Yoshi Theme

You could always focus the party theme on Yoshi! How brilliant is this easy-peasy Yoshi eggs idea? I love it! Just hard-boil eggs and dot them with green paint or permanent green markers!

A great idea that I saw on Amy Daton's blog is to have an egg-and-spoon race with the Yoshi eggs.

Do you have a favourite Mario Bros character?

Do you have a favourite Mario Bros character?

Just Out of Curiosity

Comments

Zara on January 29, 2020:

Amazing! Thanks for all funny inspirations.

Bianca on May 28, 2015:

I want to make a Baby Princess Daisy and Baby Princess Peach Birthday Party and I need high resolution printables of both. Does anybody know where I can get them?

Adayra on February 01, 2015:

I need a mario chocolate mold in Canada, anybody knows where i could get it?

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anonymous on August 27, 2013:

What a fantastic lens! I have fallen in love with the cupcake toppers! I have to have a Mario themed party for one of my sons next year! They will love it!

SamanthaHaupt on August 21, 2013:

I'm a huge Mario fan...This is such a cool lens! Great ideas - I especially like the Boo lanterns!

TwilightLurker on August 17, 2013:

Neat ideas! Why not throw a Mario party the day before a new Mario game comes out? That would be a terrific way to get even more in the spirit of playing a new Mario game. What's great is a lot of these ideas seem easy to put together, so the cost and time involved really would be pretty small. A very fun read, indeed, great work!

anonymous on May 26, 2013:

Amazing! Thank you for all your hard work and great ideas!

anonymous on May 26, 2013:

Amazing! Thank you for all your hard work and great ideas!

Margot_C on April 18, 2013:

What a great idea. I had no clue there were so many Super Mario Brothers party items out there. The pics of the party were great.

anonymous on April 17, 2013:

thanks for all the great tips!!!!!! great Mario styff :)

anonymous on April 13, 2013:

Thank you so much for creating this website! My son will be 5 at the end of this month and I used a lot of ideas, all from this website. I even created and would like to share a Mario Bingo game! How can I load it to the website?

Ben Reed from Redcar on March 17, 2013:

Super - Mario stuff - thank you

WriterJanis2 on February 20, 2013:

Please invite me to one of these parties!

darciefrench lm on February 19, 2013:

What great fun!

Cooper-Jade on February 19, 2013:

Unreal! :D

Pip Gerard (author) on February 13, 2013:

@anonymous: Great Idea!! Glad to hear this page has helped you make a cool Mario Bros Party!!

Pip Gerard (author) on February 13, 2013:

@anonymous: So happy to hear this will help you! Always thrills me to get these comments! Cheers

Pip Gerard (author) on February 13, 2013:

@anonymous: He does doesn't he! Thanks heaps for the message... appreciate it :)

JeremyRustling on January 31, 2013:

My son loves mario bros :)

anonymous on January 24, 2013:

Mario looks super Funny without his moustachio, much better than pin the tail on the donkey, neatly as good as my favourite game, pin the tail on yoshi. . Great items here for a fantastic Mario and Video Game themed party.

anonymous on January 13, 2013:

Wow what time you spent to help others.. I am having a Mario party for my son in April and will use some of your ideas, thank you sooo much...

anonymous on January 08, 2013:

This has helped me out more than you could believe. We're going to use the printable wii remote template as our lolly bags. Thanks so much.

TarahFlesch on January 04, 2013:

Awesome! :)

Miha Gasper from Ljubljana, Slovenia, EU on December 10, 2012:

Super Mario is a winner!

anonymous on October 23, 2012:

This is simply AWESOME!!! Thanks for putting this all in one area. My son is going to have the best Super Mario Bros party EVER!!!

Unchain3dAuthor on October 22, 2012:

Amazing stuff here! I really want those Star Cookies!! your content is is awesome!

dressygirlkouture on August 16, 2012:

great lens! awesome ideas.

anonymous on August 13, 2012:

thank u so much! this help is awesome!

anonymous on July 14, 2012:

THANK YOU!! Using this for our Super Alonso's 1st birthday :)

MrInfopreneur on July 08, 2012:

i love these ideas. thanks

wecomparebooks on June 28, 2012:

Very comprehensive! I love the ideas

anonymous on June 05, 2012:

The ideas for the "Yoshi Favor Bags", "M&L Lollipop Hats", and "Yoshi Egg Game" originally came from www.CoolPartyBlog.com.

Here is the link incase you want to view or link.

http://www.coolpartyblog.com/2009/02/yoshi-birthda...

Site was under renovation updates for a while, this may be why it was hard to find on web. BLOG UPDATE: Many of the templates and "how to's" that anyone may have been looking for are updated. Still updating, so all will be up, and ready to share. WWW.COOLPARTYBLOG.COM is the place to go, if your looking too.

anonymous on June 01, 2012:

Wow. This is an amazing list! My kids (3 and 4 yrs old) requested Mario Kart for their birthday and I have been struggling to find ideas. This is perfect! Thank you! And now for the obsession.

anonymous on June 01, 2012:

Wow. This is an amazing list! My kids (3 and 4 yrs old) requested Mario Kart for their birthday and I have been struggling to find ideas. This is perfect! Thank you! And now for the obsession.

anonymous on May 27, 2012:

Amazing job! Thanks for compiling all the best party ideas and sharing!

ForestBear LM on April 23, 2012:

Great ideas here, love what you have done. Thank you

anonymous on April 21, 2012:

Thank you so much for all the wonderful mario party ideas. My son's 5th birthday is coming up and he loves mario. It is so hard to find Mario party supplies so this site was a life saver.

fish-oil-expert on April 18, 2012:

Super mario was popular when i was a kid! I'm surprised to see that kids are still into it!!!

Squidoo-Freak on April 10, 2012:

My little one is OBSESSED with Mario - so this lens is a great resource. Thanks for your hard work in putting it together.

anonymous on April 10, 2012:

This was a great resource- thanks!

getwellsoon on April 03, 2012:

Lots of ideas, thanks for the free ones!

anonymous on April 03, 2012:

tons of great ideas! Cant wait to use them for my sons upcoming mario bros party!

anonymous on March 27, 2012:

OMG YOU ROCK!

blessedmomto7 on March 13, 2012:

Great tips and links, thanks! Pinned this.

ronaldpakasi on March 11, 2012:

Awesome ideas! Thanks for sharing!

Pip Gerard (author) on February 25, 2012:

@anonymous: glad to hear this page was so helpful to you :)

Pip Gerard (author) on February 25, 2012:

@anonymous: so happy to hear that! Hope you're day is a very very special one! Would love to see pictures :)

Pip Gerard (author) on February 25, 2012:

@JJNW: what's not to love about mario :)

Pip Gerard (author) on February 25, 2012:

@anonymous: absolutely! If you'd be willing to share them I'd be happy to add them here! thank you.

anonymous on February 25, 2012:

wow you really have a lot of great stuff here i wish i would have found this page sooner my sons party is coming up and i've been making a lot of home-made things for his party and did buy some of the party gear out on the market. i'll be sure to get back to you when im done maybe you can add to you collection with the things i've made.

JJNW from USA on February 24, 2012:

The mustache game is my fav! lol. You and I both love Mario! : )

anonymous on February 23, 2012:

Im working on a mario themed wedding and this site is the first one that I found that is fantastic!! Thank you so much for your help!!!

anonymous on February 13, 2012:

I'm from Brazil and here there's nothing about Mario, so I will create/make everything and I have loved so much all your ideas. Thanks.

anonymous on January 26, 2012:

I love all your ideas can you tell me where to find the template for the yoshi goodie bag eyes. Thank you

Pip Gerard (author) on January 22, 2012:

@anonymous: so glad to hear that! Thank you for letting me know! I hope Julian's party is a day he'll always remember! :)

anonymous on January 21, 2012:

Dear Pip, thank you for this website! I loved it! My soon-to-be 6 year old Julian is very excited about his Mario Bros. Bday party, and we will be sure to take into account all your fabulous ideas. Thank you SO much!

Pip Gerard (author) on January 16, 2012:

@antoniow: thank you :)

antoniow on January 16, 2012:

What a great lens! Keep up the good work!

Pip Gerard (author) on January 15, 2012:

@anonymous: Thank you for letting me know Ness. You're the reason why I created this page cause I was the same as you... having to search for it all for my son's party. I figured why make someone else do all the work I'd already done :) I hope you're party is a great one! If you take pictures and upload them on the net I'd love to see them :)

Pip Gerard (author) on January 15, 2012:

@Edutopia: My inner child loves having a 7 year old son cause it gives me the excuse to actually do it! :) Thanks for the visit!

Edutopia on January 15, 2012:

Great lens. The inner child in me is going crazy over the idea of having a party like this!

anonymous on January 14, 2012:

LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!! You saved me hours of searching for things. My 5 year old and our guests will love it also!!! THANKS!!

anonymous on January 06, 2012:

Amazing! I got all the ideas off of your cite! Thank you so much!

Treasures By Brenda from Canada on January 01, 2012:

A helpful reference for anyone who is trying to put together a Mario Brothers party.

baby-strollers on December 09, 2011:

Love Mario, always have, always will. That makes this one of my favourite lenses.

baby-strollers on December 09, 2011:

Love Mario, always have, always will. That makes this one of my favourite lenses.

allpetscherished on December 01, 2011:

Wow Pip! No wonder this lens is ranked high...it is simply fantastic! I'm inspired with so many ideas for a Mario Bros party!

anonymous on November 07, 2011:

Love, love, love all the ideas. Thanks for sharing!

anonymous on October 27, 2011:

This site has e drugging I need for my daughter:s 6th birthday as well. Thank you so much!

catherinelovestv on October 25, 2011:

great lens, lots of stuff to print for the party, a great resource for Mario Fans!

anonymous on October 22, 2011:

What a great site! Thank you so much!I'm getting in the mood for a birthday party now!!:}

ErHawkns7100 on October 20, 2011:

Mmm, I love those cookies.

anonymous on October 16, 2011:

Wow, thank you so much for these ideas!!!

anonymous on October 11, 2011:

Wow, fantastic ideas. Everybody love Super Mario!

NevermoreShirts on September 30, 2011:

What a fun party idea! Great work. :)

anonymous on September 20, 2011:

right now my 3yr old only wants to play with stuff mario, luigi, or toad. Great lens, I'm emailing this to my wife for her to check out. If you also like browsing lens, mine has a great educational topic with poll questions for my readers to do.

ChocolatteDesigns on September 19, 2011:

WOW!! Excellent lens!!

Pip Gerard (author) on September 03, 2011:

@anonymous: don't worry.. my son was completely Mario Bros obsessed for at least his whole 5th year I reckon. He still loves them but the over the top obsession has died down :) That's exactly the reason I made this lense at first for my son! And to hear it's helping other parents in the same situation just warms my heart! Thank you so much for taking the time to let me know... means a lot! ⥠Good luck with the party!

Pip Gerard (author) on September 03, 2011:

@anonymous: it thrills me to hear this! So glad it's helpful to so many! â¥

anonymous on September 03, 2011:

My son lives, breathes, speaks, and acts out everything Mario!!!! He has encyclopedic knowledge of every game and back story created. I'm not sure this is a totally good thing...."Hey, try getting the theme music he had me download for him and then TRY to get the darn song out of your head!" LOL Difficult!

The ideas listed here have saved my hide, as he wants to BE Mario for Halloween (go fig) and have a Mario b-day party. Thank you!

anonymous on September 01, 2011:

Life would be so much easier if they carried these popular themes in stores, but being forced to order online or make your own just brings out so much creativity! I've had to get creative on a couple of party themes, and this year is no exception. We are going to a fun facility instead of at home, so i guess my decorating will be minimum. Id id get some fantastic ideas from this site. Thank you so much!!

fancydressloon on August 10, 2011:

What an absolutely brilliant lens! The imagination of some people is amazing. We love the Boo lantern, it looks fantastic! And the range of fancy dress costume ideas in the gallery is outstanding.

Pip Gerard (author) on July 29, 2011:

@anonymous: my son is obsessed too Samantha so I know exactly what it's like :) I'm so happy this page helped you... that's exactly why I created it... for other Mum's and Dad's like me with a Mario Bros obsessed kid :) LOL!!

anonymous on July 29, 2011:

My son is absolutely obsessed with Mario and I know hes going to love his birthday party thanks to you!!!!! This made things sooooo much cheaper and we even used some of the characters to decorate his room!!!!!

manfield3 on July 27, 2011:

Awesome Lens, Loved it! So darn cute!!

Shelly Sellers from Midwest U.S.A. on July 21, 2011:

Love all you ladies who are so talented creating wonderful party themes! Love this page and Super Mario is always popular.

Pip Gerard (author) on July 20, 2011:

@tobydavis: what a truly fabulous comment... thank you SOO much! :)

tobydavis on July 19, 2011:

Bright & colorful lens! Love the attention to detail - there's so much to find here. You can tell you really worked hard to put together a comprehensive and fantastically informative lens! Well done! Fab stuff! :-)

Pip Gerard (author) on July 18, 2011:

@anonymous: I'm so happy to hear that!! thanks for taking the time to let me know... means a lot!

anonymous on July 15, 2011:

I'm throwing a Mrio themed birthday for my soon to be 3 year old who is obsessed with everything Mario and this site has been so helpful thankyou!

DuaneJ on July 05, 2011:

Sounds like so much fun! Great lens

Pip Gerard (author) on June 20, 2011:

@Runnn: thanks for visiting. There's so much stuff now available for a Mario Party ... more and more each day... so it's becoming a good choice :)

Runnn on June 20, 2011:

I never think of having a Mario theme bithday party. But it is really a good idea. Thanks for sharing.

Pip Gerard (author) on June 16, 2011:

@anonymous: Thanks Joseph... happy to hear you think so :)

anonymous on June 15, 2011:

sooo cool! this lens is awesome.

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Pip Gerard (author) on June 02, 2011:

@KarenCookieJar: aren't they just ... some talented Mum's thought up those.

KarenCookieJar on June 01, 2011:

The star cookies are the cutest! I want to make those.

promotional-coupons-codes on May 30, 2011:

This lens is for Mario Lovers like me. Thanks

Pip Gerard (author) on May 29, 2011:

@netsole: thank you... the cookies are great aren't they... some Mum's have the greatest imaginations :)

Pip Gerard (author) on May 29, 2011:

@AbhinavB LM: I tried too :)