I had so much fun creating the Big Hero 6 birthday party and have so many fun and easy things you can make ahead to make birthday day be a breeze! You can purchase the Big Hero 6 printables here. To say my nephew was excited for his birthday this year would be the BIGGEST understatement! He was so anxiously awaiting his party I thought he would have a heart attack. now lets get to the details of the party....
For the decorations we kept it simple and fun! I had an 36" white balloon and drew a Baymax face on it with our printable FALALALALALALA banner (my favorite saying from the show!)
We have lots of fun signs included in our Big Hero 6 printable collection
Including this backdrop poster
The cake this time was simple.... I wanted to do marshmallow frosting, but the birthday boy didn't like that idea. So we went with a cream cheese frosting and I put M&M's around it like microbots crawling up the side holding up Baymax.... and of course a dupe large Baymax toy on top
The M&M microbots are really easy to line up and place around the cake. I snapped this photo quickly before we cut into the cake
Baymax sugar cookies and Vanilla wafer "bandaids"
These Baymax cookies are really easy. We just frosted oval sugar cookies with white frosting. Then placed 2 black M&M's for the eyes. Just connect the 2 eyes with a line of black ready made frosting!
Now for things that you can make ahead of time
Mini takeout boxes filled with "sushi" swedish fish with our printable thank you tag (4 tag designs)
Petri dishes filled M&M "microbots" and our flag printables
printable Baymax coming out of his case filled with candy goodies
Each of the kids got to select a Big Hero 6 character toy to take home. Marshmallow Baymax come with a fuzzy kitty and Fred comes with Baymax in his box. The kids also really loved Fred!
We had some really fun toy favors. I filled them with:
a mini soccer ball (because Baymax Kicks a socoor ball)
Air head (since he is filled with air)
a splat egg (it was white and oval so I drew eyes to make a Baymax) &
Smiley face paddle balls.
The kids made up several games with their splat Baymaxes.
First they threw them on the ceiling and waited for them to drop- that was really fun to watch
Then they all attacked the baymax balloon and took it down.
We also played bowling ball with them to see how far they would go before they got stuck.
The kids had a blast with them!
Build your own Marshmallow Baymax Rice Krispie treats!
I made oval rice krispie treats and had marshmallow whipped cream for them to spread all ove rthe body and then attach the marshmallow limbs.
We had little bags filled with all sizes and shapes of marshmallows for them to be creative with their marshmallow baymaxs
Here are some of my favorite baymaxes they made.
We tied Baymax to little Peyt to see if she would fly away on the windy day
We also had a contest to see who could keep their fire ball in the longest. I love these pictures of the kids. They were dying, but having so much fun at the same time!