Lucy's Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Birthday Party

Amanda R By Amanda R  in Birthday

Drinks

Party Recap

Idea

Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Hot Diggity dogs and condiments, mac & cheese, fruit salad cone cups, chips and dips

  • What People Drank

    Juice, Grown Up Root Beer Floats

  • Desserts

    CAKE, cookies, meringues and marshmallow pops

  • Party Favors

    bags with Mickey Mouse cookies and candies

Hand

Party Helpers

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51 comments

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    Letitia C wrote:

    how did u do the plate. cute

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Hi Letitia. They are basic plastic party plates. The ears are made from black foam sheets I got at Hobby Lobby. I traced ears and cut them out and hot glued them to the back of the plate rim.

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    Brianne M wrote:

    Did you print this out using microsoft publisher, or other? Love all of these ideas!

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    Jackie S wrote:

    I love this! I have seen several parties with the same decorations. I was wondering where did you order them from. Etsy?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    I actually made all the decorations myself! Thank you for the compliments!

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    Mary H wrote:

    I love the ear headbands... where did you purchase them?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Thank you! I made them myself. Purchased headbands from the dollar store and cut out ears from black craft foam sheets and hot glued them on. Made bows and glued on as well.

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Thank you! This print was a free download, google Mickey Mouse subway art and you should find it. I made the other prints in Microsoft word.

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    Kristy A wrote:

    where did you get the table cloth

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    It's wrapping paper I got at Hobby Lobby.

  • Jennifer W

    Jennifer W wrote:

    love love love! I am planning my 2 going on 3 yr old's party (obsessed with Minnie!) and you have such great ideas! I was going to do mickey shaped grilled cheeses, but I LOVE the hot dog idea! What is the cute saying you have for the condiments? Thanks for sharing!

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Thank you! It says Clarabelle Cow's Condiments. I put character names on all my food signs (Mickey's Mac n Cheese, Chip n Dale's Chips and Dips, Figaro's Fruit Salad, Minnie's Marshmallow Pops and Goofy's Gulp Station). The hot dog were a big hit and made the food prep super easy!

  • Melody C

    Melody C wrote:

    Did you buy or make this?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    I made it myself. :o)

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    Christina A wrote:

    How did you make this? So adorable!

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    Christina A wrote:

    Where did you get the cup cozies and straws?

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    Christina A wrote:

    Love this!! How did you make it?

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    Courtney J wrote:

    I love this! I've been planning am very similar menu for my triplet daughters second birthday. Where did you get your daughters outfit?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Triangles and yellow "buttons" cut from felt. Per cut letters are from Hobby Lobby that I glued on the felt. Hot glued all to ribbon.

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Straws are from Hobby Lobby. I made the cup cozies. Found the tutorial on Pinterest.

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Made text in Microsoft Word. The signs are cut cardboard covered with scrapbook paper, all held together with ribbon hot glued on the back.

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Thank you! My mom actually made that outfit!

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    Courtney J wrote:

    Well it is very cute! Did you buy the little bows on the cookies?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Thanks, I made those too! I used candy melts and a candy mold. I got the bow mold on Amazon.

  • Catherine M

    Catherine M wrote:

    the details of your party is just fabulous. I'd like to know how you did the bow.

  • Michelle P

    Michelle P wrote:

    I love the plates. Did you make the ears out of fun foam or just black scrapbook paper? What size 4"?

  • Michelle P

    Michelle P wrote:

    How did you make the headband ears?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    They are made of black foam. I'm not sure what size, I found a printable pattern on the Internet.

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    The bow is a square beverage napkin. I just gathered/scrunched it up in the middle and tied it with ribbon.

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    They are headbands I got at the dollar store and spray painted black. I cut out lack foam ears and hot glued them on. Made the bows out of ribbon and glued them on as well.

  • Jennifer H

    Jennifer H wrote:

    Where did you find the vintage picture of MIckey Mouse pushing the hot dog cart?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    I just found it on a yahoo! search. I think I typed Mickey Mouse hot dog images.

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    Isabel B wrote:

    Hi Amanda, loved everything about your party! Where can I get the Mickey Mouse serving bowls?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Thank you! Those are just plastic serving bowls I got at a party store. I got 2 sizes and arranged them into a mouse head.

  • Tabitha G

    Tabitha G wrote:

    Where did you find the Disney font and clip art for all your little signs. My daughter is having a minnie party and I would love to be able to add some cute little signs.

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Hi! I think I found all the fonts on www.fontspace.com. I searched the words "Disney" and "Mickey mouse" on there. Some of the fonts have symbols for letters. Some often clip art I found on Yahoo search. Just type mickey or Minnie Mouse head and see what you like!

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    Terry S wrote:

    Love it...

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    Christie K wrote:

    Where did you get your signs?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Christie, I made them myself on Microsoft Word with fonts from Fontspace and clip art I found on Yahoo Search.

  • Susan  S

    Susan S wrote:

    love the banner! where did you get this?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Thank you Susan! I made it, cut felt triangles and felt "buttons". The letters were pre-cut from Hobby Lobby. Glued the banners onto ribbon.

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    Susanne C wrote:

    where did you get the sign paper?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Susanne, I purchased all scrapbook paper at Hobby Lobby and anything printed with text or pictures I made myself on Microsoft Word.

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    Courtney L wrote:

    What font is this? I went to font space and downloaded walter but it doesnt look the same as yours. Thanks!

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    There's a font called Waltograph also. It might be that one.

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    For some of the signs, I used a font called Mickey.

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    Kristen A wrote:

    How did you make the labels for the handy helpers, hot dogs and etc?? I need a little technology help!

  • Renee R

    Renee R wrote:

    How did you make the minnie brownies/cookies?

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    Raegen L wrote:

    Is that polka dot wrapping paper or cloth on the table top? Where did you find the framed images?

  • Amanda R

    Amanda R wrote:

    Raegan, I used wrapping paper on the tables and I made the images in the frames on Microsoft Word. I Google searched Mickey images and just came up with what I liked.

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    Ashley M wrote:

    How did you do the happy birthday banner? I'm doing a mickey and Minnie theme with these colors and haven't found a banner

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