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We had lots of fun with Minnie Mouse and friends celebrating Addison's 2nd Birthday!

Idea

Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    The birthday girl in her Minnie Mouse dress, of course!

  • Desserts

    Cake made by Frosted Cakes

  • Party Favors

    Mickey/Minnie Board Books, Minnie Candy, Mickey/Minnie Puzzle and bracelets for the girls/sports balls for the boys

  • What People Ate

    Mickey CLUBhouse Sandwiches, Pete's PBJs, Daisy's Garden Veggies, Minnie Bowtie Pasta, Pluto's Pretzels, Clarabelle's Cheese Puffs, Hot Dog Hot Dog Hot Diggity Dogs, and Donald's Dunkers (McDonald's Chicken Nuggets)

  • What People Drank

    Strawberry Le-Minnie-Aid

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47 comments

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    Pat B wrote:

    You did an AMAZING job! The attention to detail is spectacular...

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    Behar Party Designs * wrote:

    CUTE!!!!

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    Behar Party Designs * wrote:

    LOVE IT!!!

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    Shondria H wrote:

    Love it Great Job!!!

  • Sue B

    Sue B wrote:

    Love it. Where did you find the ribbon for the topiaries and pink buckets for food? Thanks!

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    Erica F wrote:

    Thanks! The ribbon was purchased at Hobby Lobby (on sale for 50% off every other week or so!) and the buckets for all of the centerpieces were from Party City ($1 each).

  • Tiffany F

    Tiffany F wrote:

    This is fun and fabulous! May I ask what invites you used?

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    Erica F wrote:

    I ordered them from Etsy (photodesignz is the company). You can see them in one of the pictures of the party favors. The invitation is framed. Thanks for looking!

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    Jinelle S wrote:

    great job how did you cut those sandwiches out?

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    Erica F wrote:

    I just used the Mickey Mouse cookie cutter that I found at Party City (AC Moore sells it also). Thanks for looking!

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    Sue B wrote:

    Did you make her outfit or where did you find it? Thanks!

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    Erica F wrote:

    I wish I was that talented! Almost everything else was handmade. :) I got her dress from Zulily (http://www.zulily.com/invite/efrost477) It's a daily deal site but I think this was a Disney store dress.

  • Sue B

    Sue B wrote:

    Did you have a pattern for the ears? Thanks!

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    Erica F wrote:

    I printed several different sizes of clipart that I found using Google and just traced them onto the cardstock

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    Erica F wrote:

    The bows were free handed

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    Felicia O wrote:

    hi, love the sandwiches can u please tell where did u get the platter from felicia2719@yahoo.com thanks

  • Robin T

    Robin T wrote:

    Love the party decorations and details. How did you get the mickey shaped turkey, ham etc?

  • Morgan C

    Morgan C wrote:

    did you make this yourself? Did you spray paint the styrofoam balls? I tried and it melted my styrofoam! Thanks

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    Erica F wrote:

    I did make it. I just used regular spray paint...I think I put 3 light coats on allowing each one to dry completely before the next one.

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    Erica F wrote:

    The platter is from JCP

  • Deb S

    Deb S wrote:

    Can u please tell me what size cookie cutter u used?! The One I bought is too big. Debshaw10@yahoo.com

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    Erica F wrote:

    I'm not sure what size it is but it's the one that is sold in a 2 pack. One is the shape shown and the other is a side profile of Mickey. I'd say it's no larger than 3 inches.

  • Cassie B

    Cassie B wrote:

    How did you cut out the heads? So cute!!

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    Melanie W wrote:

    hi, what are the sizes of these styrofoam balls?

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    Erica F wrote:

    very good question! I have no idea. I just tried getting 2 different sizes. It's probably a 4 inch for the face and 2 inch for the ears??? Sorry I don't know much more...LOL!

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    Tiffanie L wrote:

    Where did you get the signs for the food? Or what paper did you use to make them??

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    Erica F wrote:

    I just used card stock paper from a local office supply store and came up with the witty food names

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    Jessica C wrote:

    i will like to know how did you put the ribbons together

  • Brandy M

    Brandy M wrote:

    I LOVE the cake!! Doing a Mickey cake for my son in Nov. Question how did you do the ears and is it fondant all over?

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    Erica F wrote:

    the ears and head are all fondant but not edible. I covered styrofoam 1/2 ball and styrofoam rounds for the ear and used toothpicks to hold them together.

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    Kathleen A wrote:

    I'm not sure if anyone is still planning on making this but, I asked my husband, and he said to cover the entire ball in glue before spraypainting it.

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    Amanda T wrote:

    How did you cut the bread ? Or what kind of bread did you use ?

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    Amanda J wrote:

    Those sandwich's are adorable, how did you make them? Where did you order them? I am planning my daughters 2nd Birthday and those would be perfect!

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    Erica F wrote:

    The sandwiches are just made by using a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter to cut white bread, ham and turkey slices and cheese.

  • Lindsay M

    Lindsay M wrote:

    Great looking party! Especially loved your food ideas! Thanks for sharing!

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    Lacie M wrote:

    Awesome ideas!!! What did you use to cut out the cheese and bread? Just a minnie cookie cutter? Did you make or buy the Happy Birthday banner?

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    Erica F wrote:

    I made the banner using templates I downloaded from Google. The sandwich fixings were cut using a Mickey cookie cutter found at party city. Took lots of time but turned out really cute.

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    Ashley R wrote:

    What is in that bow tie pasta

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    Ashley R wrote:

    Are those pigs in a blanket?

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    Jamie M wrote:

    hi did you make the sandwiches yourself or were you able to order it?

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    Erica F wrote:

    I made them....super easy! See comments below about cutter.

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    April R wrote:

    OMG such a cute party! My daughter turns 3 in April and she loves Minnie so thank you for all the great ideas! Could you give me some more info on the banner please? What did you search on google cause it is perfect and I would love to make one for her! Thank you so much :)

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    Erica F wrote:

    Hi April R. Not sure why I said I downloaded it from google....brain lapse there! All I did was find a Mickey ear template by searching google images for "Mickey ear clipart". I resized it using PowerPoint to the size I wanted...and the used stencils for each letter. All of the paper is card stock and I just used different patterns and colors to match my party.

  • Bridget B

    Bridget B wrote:

    Where did you get the mickey mouse cookie cutter. I've looked at some stores and can't find one.

  • Nicole R

    Nicole R wrote:

    I can't find the Mickey Mouse cookie cutters either. Only on eBay and amazon. Was their a store that carries it? Thanks!!

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    Erica F wrote:

    Hi Nicole. I bought the cutters at Party City in Upstate SC. AC Moore also sells them.

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    Erica F wrote:

    http://www.partycity.com/product/mickey+mouse+cookie+cutter+set.do?from=Search&cx=0

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