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Check out my Etsy store www.etsy.com/shop/LolericaCreations.
I have Minnie decorations as well as other themes!!!
What a fun Minnie Mouse Birthday hosted by Lolerica Entertainment (Orlando!) www.lolericaEntertainment.com
407-446-9421

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Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    The Birthday girl, of course! In her Minnie Mouse dress.

  • Desserts

    A gorgeous Minnie Mouse cake as well as a chocolate fountain. Items to cover in chocolate included Rice Krispies, strawberries, pretzel rods, peanut butter cookies, brownies, biscotti, pirouettes, strawberry oreos, and or course marshmallows!

  • Activities / Games

    All the kids got Mouskatool boxes that included a Minnie Mouse hair clip to wear, a picture frame they decorated, a Mickey cookie cutter with icing to make Mickey cookies, and they finished it off by playing pin the bow on Minnie! So much fun!

  • Best Moment

    When the Birthday girl blew out her candles!

  • What People Ate

    We all had pizza that was laid out on platters to look like a hidden Mickey!

  • What People Drank

    The kiddos had strawberry milk served in super cute glass bottles with pink polka dot straws!

  • Most Touching Moment

    When the Birthday girl came in and was so suprised that all her friends and family were there!

  • Funniest Moment

    Everyone was covered in chocolate from the chocolate fountain. We were all a mess! lol

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Party Helpers

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110 comments

  • Sarah I

    Sarah I wrote:

    how did you make the bows??

  • Sarah I

    Sarah I wrote:

    wow!!!!! :)

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hey Sarah! I made them with homemade marshmallow fondant. 1)You mix a bag of melted marshmallows with a bag of powdered sugar. 2)I squished it flat between two sheets of parchment/wax paper 3)Cut fondant into long strips 4)take the ends of the strips and fold them in to the middle 5)squish the middle to make the look more bow-like 6)cut a small piece of fondant and wrap around the middle (I wet the ends of the small piece just a little so it would stick together.) 7)refridgerate so they firm up a bit (I kept them in the fridge overnight) I hope that helps!

  • Behar Party Designs *

    Behar Party Designs * wrote:

    This is fantastic, Erica!!!! Love it ALL!!! Kudos to you!

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    Veronica R wrote:

    did you make the minnie mouse plates and if so, how? Good idea

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    Veronica R wrote:

    what is the center piece made of?

  • Genesis  M

    Genesis M wrote:

    BEAUTIFUL I WAS LOOKING ON IDEAS YOUR PARTY MADE ME DECIDE MINNIE MOUSE IT IS

  • Genesis  M

    Genesis M wrote:

    where you got this at?

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hi Genesis! I bought the boxes from PocketFullofGlitter on etsy.com. You can find them here ... http://www.etsy.com/listing/69763446/minnie-mouse-zebra-pink-black-birthday. :o)

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hi Veronica! I made the bows from Scrapbook paper from Michaels. The plates are actually just one regular sized paper dinner plate and 2 cake plates for the ears! You can buy the value set at Party City for super cheap! :o)

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    The centerpiece is made of 3 styrofoam balls covered in ribbon loops. There's a tutorial here on the Catch My Party blog on how to make a ribbon topiary. Follow those instructions, then cover 2 smaller styrofoam balls with the ribbons. Then I used wooden skewers to attach the smaller styrofoam balls for the "ears." The bottom is a little container I found in the dollar spot at Target ( I hot glued polka dot and Minnie ribbon on it.) I secured the topiary to the bottom with a styrofoam square I bought at the Dollar Tree, then covered it with a bag of black stones also bought at the Dollar Tree!

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hey Veronica! Here's were the ribbon topiary tutorial is .... http://blog.catchmyparty.com/2011/04/11/diy-tutorial-from-a-catch-my-party-member-how-to-make-a-ribbon-topiary-2/

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    ...or if you'd like, I could make these topiaries for you. You can get in contact with me at lolericaorlando@aol.com! :o)

  • Liz R

    Liz R wrote:

    Absoultely AMAZING party! I love searching party blogs and I am planning a Minnie 2nd birthday for my daughter, Julia, in September. Your party is definitely the BEST I've found... you win for creativity, decor, food, EVERY single detail is stunning! I adore the topiaries...can I purchase them & other decor from your company? Your daughter is adorable and blessed to have such a talented Mommy!

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Wow! Thanks for all the compliments! Liz R, you can contact me at LolericaOrlando@aol.com. I would LOVE to make topiaries and other party supplies for you! :o)

  • Isabel G

    Isabel G wrote:

    awesome rice-krispie treats! did you make these?

  • Isabel G

    Isabel G wrote:

    Her Dress is extremely adorable!

  • Isabel G

    Isabel G wrote:

    really cute plates!

  • Isabel G

    Isabel G wrote:

    did you make this?! so Awesome!

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Yes I did! :o)

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    I sure did. It took A LOT of ribbon!

  • Esly M

    Esly M wrote:

    Where did u found the napkins?

  • Esly M

    Esly M wrote:

    She's adorable!

  • Esly M

    Esly M wrote:

    I love the idea and the center piece is really cute! I love everything!

  • Esly M

    Esly M wrote:

    How did u made the banner?

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    They were on clearance at Target. They no longer sell them, but Party City has hot pink napkins with white polka dots. I hope that helps!

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Thanks :o)

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Thanks! It's another awesome Etsy finding from the store CarolinaCreationstoo.

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    I cut out the paper by hand and painted on the letters.

  • Esly M

    Esly M wrote:

    Thank you, I found them at party city online! ;)

  • Esly M

    Esly M wrote:

    Did u cut out the minnie's head with bow by hand?

  • Elite Event Management  *

    Elite Event Management * wrote:

    This is an awesome party! I absolutely love your decorations. Great job.

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Haha, yes I did! I know, I'm nuts! My husband has since bought me a cricut cutter so I won't have to do that again!

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Thank you! :o) It was so much fun to put together. Every time I would make something, my little one would say "Yay! My Minnie Party!"

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    Tarayn C wrote:

    TOO CUTE! I love everything you did! My best friend is looking for a recipe to make the minnie cupcakes, mainly needs help with the bow. Do you have any tips or a tourial? thanks!!

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    Tarayn C wrote:

    Oh, my email is tarayncomer@gmail.com

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    Tarayn C wrote:

    Just found this!! I'll pass along! thanks!

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hi Tarayn! I see you found the instructions! Let me know if you have any other questions. :o)

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    Cammie S wrote:

    I love this minnie party!!! Where did you find the jars??

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    Patty C wrote:

    what kids of cookies did you use as ears?

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    Patty C wrote:

    how did you make the centerpiece? i love it !!

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hi Patty! I used fudge covered oreos right from the package.

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hi Patty! Here's a tutorial on how to make a ribbon topiary. I used 3 styrofoam balls and attached them together. :o) http://blog.catchmyparty.com/2011/04/11/diy-tutorial-from-a-catch-my-party-member-how-to-make-a-ribbon-topiary-2/

  • Priscilla Q

    Priscilla Q wrote:

    Hello, Beautiful party! i love it! how or where did you get the minnie mouse confetti? everything was absolutely amazing!

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    Jessica H wrote:

    Love the minnie plates!! are they actually connected or do you just have them sitting next to each other?

  • Tessa H

    Tessa H wrote:

    I just love this party!! I especially love her outfit!! Where did you find it and her shoes?? Thanks so much!!

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hi Tessa! I found the dress on Etsy. The shop is CarolinaCreationsToo. I did the shoes and hairbows myself!

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    I can make the Minnie Mouse confetti. If you need some you can visit my shop www.etsy.com/shop/LolericaCreations

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    I just sat them next to each other, that way the could use one for appetizers, one for lunch, and one for cake!

  • Karmen P

    Karmen P wrote:

    How did you make the ribbon decor, that are shaped like minnie?

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hey Karmen! Here's a tutorial on how to make a ribbon topiary. I used 3 styrofoam balls and attached them together. :o) http://blog.catchmyparty.com/2011/04/11/diy-tutorial-from-a-catch-my-party-member-how-to-make-a-ribbon-topiary-2/

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    Brittni S wrote:

    Erica I LOVE this party! We were searching for something creative to do in our huge garage for our daughter's 2nd birthday coming up and THIS IS IT! You are so creative! I am so going to be getting in touch with you about decorations!

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    Jessica D wrote:

    where did u get the labels ?

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    Jessica D wrote:

    where did u get the minnies at?

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hi Jessica! I made the Minnie labels.

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    The large Minnie was purchased at Kmart and I re-did her dress. The small Minnie was purchased at Downtown Disney.

  • Leslie Ann G

    Leslie Ann G wrote:

    Okay this Minnie chair is to die for cute! Where did you get it?

  • Leslie Ann G

    Leslie Ann G wrote:

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    Hi Leslie! We found it on walmart.com!

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    Alexandra M wrote:

    Love the minnie plates as well! Where did you get the bow on the minnie plates & how did you attach the bow to the plates?

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    Alexandra M wrote:

    where did you get the bow for the plate?

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    Rita R wrote:

    HI , WHERE DID YOU FIND THESE JARS?

  • Jodie L

    Jodie L wrote:

    So cute! Love everything. What did the invitations look like?

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    Tanya A wrote:

    How did you do the flower decorations?

  • Ursula D

    Ursula D wrote:

    Beautiful..

  • Ursula D

    Ursula D wrote:

    Beautiful Topiary..

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    Kimberly E wrote:

    where did u get the minnie clips?

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    Kate O wrote:

    how did you attach the pom pom 'ears'?

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    Jennifer M wrote:

    What did you use for your backdrop?

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    Crystal V wrote:

    hi im really interested in a couple minnie mouse birthday things please contact me at zaray1@yahoo.com

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    Maria H wrote:

    Hi there, I am preparing a first birthday party for my daughter. I was very fascinated with the cake you used. Could you please email me the details with regards to how much it cost? Just so I have an idea. email is bubbleiya@yahoo.com Thanks so much!

  • Tammy B

    Tammy B wrote:

    Where did you get her dress ?

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    Virma C wrote:

    love it! Great ideas!!

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    Cari D wrote:

    where did you get the disney font?

  • Rebecca I

    Rebecca I wrote:

    her dress is adorable where did you get it from?

  • Rebecca I

    Rebecca I wrote:

    how did you make he pom poms?

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    Cari D wrote:

    where did you get the disney font?

  • Suzanne R

    Suzanne R wrote:

    Where did you get the plates!!?!?

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    from Etsy.com. It's a shop called CarolinaCreationsToo

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    I just did a google search for Disney font and then dowloaded it. :o)

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    I made the hair clips.

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    there are tutorials everywhere if you google tissue paper pom poms. :o)

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    I just made my wire around the center of the pom pom long, then I twisted it to the metal part of the china ball lantern.

  • Erica F

    Erica F wrote:

    It's a shower curtain that I purchased from pottery barn! :o)

  • Sabina G

    Sabina G wrote:

    Hi,would you possibly be able to tell me how you made these? like how you got the shape x

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    Angelica W wrote:

    hi, I was wondering where you got the bow for the plates

  • Cece B

    Cece B wrote:

    AAbsolutely LOVE this cake! So cute!

  • Cece B

    Cece B wrote:

    Were doing my daughters 2nd bday in Minnie. You have some beautiful stuff! So creative :) I hope her party turns out half as good as yours did.

  • Alexandria D

    Alexandria D wrote:

    Love this party! Super cute!! Did you give these cookie cutters out as party favors? If so, where did you find them?? Thanks in advanced! :D

  • Krissy L

    Krissy L wrote:

    I love the minnie mouse plates too- they are soo cute!

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    Monica R wrote:

    Beautiful!!!! How did u make the plates??!!

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    Carol S wrote:

    I love your tablescape. I am planning my granddaughter's 2nd birthday and we are going with a Minnie theme. I would love to make the black, 3 plate, plates, but I am not sure how to go about finding the bows for the plates. Any idea if there is a download for the pink and white bow?

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    Robyn D wrote:

    How do I order some Minnie mouse plates?

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    Maribel M wrote:

    Hi! This party was adorable. Where did you get these.

  • Yezenia G

    Yezenia G wrote:

    omg i love these! please share how they were made

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    April F wrote:

    These Rice Krispie look so cute! How did you get them shaped like thay?

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    April F wrote:

    Cute idea! What else did make to go with these?

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    Kathleen A wrote:

    Did you cut the rice krispie treats when they were hot or cold?

  • Nathalie M

    Nathalie M wrote:

    Loved it

  • Angela W

    Angela W wrote:

    LOVE IT!! HOW CAN I GET INTRUCTIONS FOR EVERYTHING?? MY EMAIL IS ANGELA.WHITEHAIR425@GMAIL.COM!

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    Anne Marie M wrote:

    Hi Erica, where can I by these cake stands??

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    Anne Marie M wrote:

    Can you pls give me the recipy for making these homemade rice krispies?

  • Jessica C

    Jessica C wrote:

    IAM SPEECHLESS !!!! LOVE IT SO MUCH

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    Mindy K wrote:

    Ok I want the Minnie Mouse Pom Pom arch please tell me how to get it!!! Thanks mindyneely9905@yahoo.com

  • Connie T

    Connie T wrote:

    you can buy them pre-made and use a cookie cutter

  • Connie T

    Connie T wrote:

    you can order them on amazon

  • Connie T

    Connie T wrote:

    you can get the pdf file for the bows on etsy, or buy them cut out there too. OR you can use the cricut machine to make your own

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    Marjorie G wrote:

    Love the Minnie Mouse theme. Im trying to do something similar for my twin girls first birthday. Any suggestions? Where did you get the supplies/decorations for the party?

  • Kristina D

    Kristina D wrote:

    Where did you get the font for this?

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    Angelica C wrote:

    Erica.. What size of pom pom and lanterns you used? TIA

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