Sometimes it’s fun to throw a party for no reason other than to have an excuse to invite people over and hang out with friends! I mean, who doesn’t love a Mickey Mouse Party! For this party, I definitely spent some time browsing Pinterest and gathering ideas and I put everything together to create my own Red and White Mickey Mouse Party. It was really easy to throw together (anyone can do it) and it made for a special day for the kids.
Mickey Mouse Party Decor
When throwing a kids party, it’s easy to turn to Etsy to get custom bottle wraps or printables for your decor. They are cute touches you can do that all guests will love.
Mickey Mouse Topiary
For this Mickey Mouse Topiary, I simply hot glued Styrofoam balls together and painted them with black acrylic paint and then secure it into the bucket with a Styrofoam block. If you were doing a bigger party, these would look super cute spread around the house or for centerpieces!
It’s super easy to add these printables water bottle wraps to your little drinks for the party. Takes only a few minutes and adds a fun element to your display!
I found this little Chalkboard Easel at Walmart a long time ago and I’ve tucked it away waiting for the perfect time to use it!
Mickey Mouse Cupcakes
What’s a party without something sweet? These cupcakes were really easy to make and added so much to the theme. If you decide to make them, just be careful because I had a hard time getting a few of the ears to stay in :)
To help wash those cupcakes down, I provided mini water bottles and custom made bottle wraps to go with.
I found these adorable printables over at The Suburban Mom and thought they went perfectly with my party! Get them here.
With an (almost) 4 year old daughter, I’m always looking for ways to incorporate learning activities into our daily routine, especially ones that are so fun she doesn’t even know she is learning :) I really love what Disney is doing with the new Imagicademy initiative. The program has 30 app-based experiences that are designed to help children ages 3-8 learn by creating, doing and making. I 100% support this because I believe hands on learning is so important (and it just happens to be how I learn best).
At our party, the kids were able to color their own Mickey puzzles, solve existing ones and create their own artwork using the notepads. I love seeing these little creative minds at work!