When it comes to birthday party ideas, Disney seemingly never goes out of style. From Frozen to Mickey and Minnie party ideas, the possibilities are practically endless when it comes to the magical world of Disney. I, personally, will always be a Disney person and to be honest- I wouldn’t mind having an Olaf themed birthday party. This post makes use of affiliate links at no additional cost to you. By making a purchase through one of my links, you are helping me support my family. For Squeaker, I think an ideal introduction to the world of Disney parties would be Mickey Mouse or Minnie Mouse. And for my decorations and party supplies, I’ll start with Birthday n a Box.
I’ve always been more of a Goofy person, but that’s also because of my mom. My favorite Disney character is Eeyore but I do recall a time or two that a cousin or classmate had a Minnie Mouse themed party.
Minnie Mouse Party Decorations
Pretty up your party with these fabulous Minnie Mouse themed decorations:
Mickey Mouse Party Decorations
Or maybe you want to make it a fabulous and super fun Mickey Mouse Clubhouse party:
Supplement your store bought items with these great DIY Mickey Mouse Centerpieces from Simplistically Living.
Now that we’ve set the stage with these playful decorations, why don’t we plan a few party games. Classics to consider with children are a pinata. Filled with candy or other goodies if you’d rather not load your pint sized party guests full of sugar (… and I’m sure other parents would be appreciative) – a pinata can be a lot of fun. If you have older children, a traditional pinata is a great way to get out some energy. Or if you’d feel safer without a bat or large stick around, then try a pull string pinata. Or you can try this alternative and make a balloon pinata, inspired by Home Jobs by Mom when she was planning a Mickey Mouse themed birthday party for her son.
Need another fun game to play? How about a Mickey Mouse matching game inspired by Artsy Momma. If the weather is in your favor or if you don’t mind bubbles indoors, blowing bubbles is always a fun activity for younger ages. Or you can try easy card games like Go Fish and Crazy 8s with a Mickey Mouse themed deck of cards.
Want a little Mickey Mouse inspired food ideas? Try these DIY Mickey Mouse cupcakes from Domestic Mommyhood. And then try serving them on this cute Mickey Mouse Clubhouse cupcake holder:
If you’re looking for more party ideas, then you can also check out Disney.com. From coloring pages to free printables to Disney inspired recipes there’s a wealth of free information and ideas to be found.
And if you’re still at a loss, don’t forget about Pinterest!
I always find great party ideas on Pinterest and ideas for just about everything. There are definitely some creative folks over there and if you haven’t been there lately, you’re really missing out. And of course, you can also try google to find some creative bloggers or party planner sharing their ideas. Wherever you decide to look, there’s certainly no shortage of Mickey and Minnie party ideas to be found.
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