A Mickey Mouse Birthday Party

Sep 21, 2014 by

A Mickey Mouse Birthday Party
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One of my favorites things about having a kid is the excuse to throw another party.

Just kidding.

Kinda. πŸ˜‰

Henry has been really into Mickey Mouse’s Clubhouse on the Disney Channel, so I decided to use it as the theme for his 2nd birthday party.

We used balloon stakes and polka dot balloons to welcome guests up the driveway.

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I also made this wreath for the door from a foam Dollar Tree wreath frame and some scrap twine and construction paper.

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I have some frames in our entry way that I rotate seasonal art in, so I customized them for Henry’s birthday. I also had a basket of Mickey and Minnie ears out for guests to take and wear, as well as some pencils I found in the Target Dollar Spot-our version of the goodie bag. πŸ˜‰

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We hung paper lanterns around the house instead of using balloons-helium prices are sky-high right now, and these are re-usable!

A Mickey Mouse Birthday -SproutClassrooms.com

Each year I do a little picture frame collage on the mantle with a decorated letter ‘H’, and then stick the ‘H’ in Henry’s room for him to keep.

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NowΒ on to the food! While doing ‘club’house sandwiches was super tempting, we ended up going with the hot dog bar. This was so easy, and so delicious! Just stick a crock pot out with the dogs, and put the toppings into little dishes from the Dollar Tree. I got the tableclothes from Amazon.

A Mickey Mouse Birthday -SproutClassrooms.com

A Mickey Mouse Birthday -SproutClassrooms.com

On the main food table, I had scores of great salads.

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My favorite salads from this party were the Brocolli Salad with Bacon, Quinoa Salad, and Summer Corn and Avocado Black Bean Salad. We had a pasta salad, stuffed strawberries, baked beans, deviled eggs, chicken lettuce wraps, chips and guacamole, lemonade cupcakes and more. No one goes hungry at our parties! πŸ˜‰

A Mickey Mouse Birthday -SproutClassrooms.com

A Mickey Mouse Birthday -SproutClassrooms.com

For drinks, I had water, lemonade and supplies for root beer floats.

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I got a blank cake from Costco with a red border, and then I cut the Mickey head out of a sugar frosting sheet with my Silhouette Cameo. That machine will actually cut any design out of sugar frosting sheets! I also cut tiny little Mickey heads for the cupcakes with it.

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This party was a blast to plan for, decorate for and enjoy. We even left the decorations up for a few weeks afterwards, as the polka dots were just too fun to throw away!

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Happy birthday, Henry! Can’t wait to see what next year’s party theme will be….

-Kat

 

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