Mickey Mouse & Friends Party Ideas
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This past weekend, we had some of our children’s friends over for a Disney Pre-school Playdates party. Our son is almost 5 and will be entering kindergarten in September so with only 34 days left of school, we decided it was time to party. We gathered some friends and siblings to celebrate.
To get our party started, the folks at Disney Social Media Moms sent us only the best Sophia the First luggage by American Tourister. This luggage will come in handy for our family vacation next month! It is the perfect size to fit all of our daughters’ stuff in. Plus, the little wheels are mega convenient for their little bodies to haul. Inside our luggage was lots of goodies to get our Mickey Mouse & Friends party off to a special start.
The folks at HP supplied invitations ad some fun social media snapshots paper to capture all the fun!
Since all kids LOVE sweet treats, our Mickey Mouse & Friends party featured three easy to make sweet treats. I wanted to make sure I made Disney-inspired desserts that any level of chef could whip up easily and quickly. We all know that spending hours in the kitchen is a no-go with little ones.
Here are the featured Disney Party sweets we made:
Mickey Rice Treats
- Rice Cereal Treats
- Mini Oreos
- Red Candy melts
Unwrap rice cereal treats, dip 1/3 of the way in red candy melts, and top with two cookie ears
Mickey & Minnie Donuts
Store Bought chocolate & vanilla cupcakes featuring Disney toppers, white pearls, and mini Oreo Cookie ears.
Mickey Mouse Donuts
Store Bought Donuts dipped in red candy melts. Two yellow chocolate candies make the “classic” buttons
Remove store label and add a Disney sticker- voila! Pair with Mickey straws
The kids each played with balloons, colored in Mickey coloring books, and played pirates, and princesses.
Yellow & Red balloons with Disney Streamers that came in our party package. They are also available at Target.
Tablecloth, napkins, and plates are also available at Target, Amazon or any other party store.
Use Mickey stickers to decorate ordinary party hats, napkins, or water bottles on the cheap!
Overall, the kids had a complete blast and enjoyed each other’s company. I would definitely host another Disney party if the occasion arrived.
What are some fun Mickey & Friends party idea you can share?