Extensive festive dishes, a beautiful pink Superman cake and many balloon animals: within the lavish third birthday party of Candice and David Warner's daughter Indi Rae
Erin Doyle for Daily Mail Australia
Candice Warner is currently expecting her third child with cricketer-husband David.
But on Saturday the time of her daughter Indi Rae was in the spotlight when the family celebrated her third birthday.
Former Ironwoman Candice, 33, unveiled the exuberant celebrations of her youngest daughter on her Instagram story in a series of messages.
Extensive festive dishes, a beautiful pink Superman cake and many balloon animals: within the lavish third birthday party of Candice and David Warner's daughter Indi Rae (photo)
Indi Rae, whose sister Ivy Mae is a year older than she, enjoyed a Supergirl theme party.
She was adorably dressed in the iconic red, yellow and blue crimefighting costumes, as were several other young guests who were present.
Dressed as Superman was the adult party leader who appeared to amuse the young children with a number of fun party activities, including the making of balloon animals and the blowing of bubbles.
The theme of the party was expanded with the extensive cake decoration
Tasted with a pink Superman logo, the tasty-looking dessert was covered with hundreds and thousands.
Corrosive was a pink edible nameplate with Indian name and three pink candles.
Have a ball! A man dressed as Superman entertained the children with a variety of activities, including making balloon animals
Fun for everyone! The guests at the party were happily running around bubbling bubbles
Meanwhile, the extravagance of the children's party has not stopped there.
Candice shared a screenshot of a beautiful looking dish on which she placed the title "The best children's menu ever".
Among the tasty-looking treats was a mix of healthy choices such as strawberries, raspberries and blueberries and rhizomes, as well as traditional feasts such as snakes, chocolate biscuits and fairytale bread.
Extravagant: among the tasty treats were strawberries, raspberries and blueberries and carrots, snakes, chocolate biscuits and fairytale bread