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Idea

Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Cupcakes

  • Party Favors

    Personalized Cookies

  • What People Ate

    Chicken Nuggets, Chicken Salad Sandwiches, veggie tray, Minnie fruit tray, queso dip

  • What People Drank

    Pink Punch

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Party Helpers

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62 comments

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    Jill P wrote:

    Super Cute! If you put a penny in your tulips it will make them stand straight up. A little trick I found since they are my fav flower!!!

  • Kristie J

    Kristie J wrote:

    where did you get her outfit its so cute!1

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    I will for sure try the penny, never heard of that trick and tulips are my favorite flower as well!

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    I got her outfit off of Etsy from tutu2cute. http://www.etsy.com/shop/tutu2cute

  • Ashley C

    Ashley C wrote:

    Love this! Did you make the minnie heads yourself? Or did you buy the banner and just add the photographs?

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Thank you! I made the minnie heads and bows myself

  • Ivory S

    Ivory S wrote:

    THESE ARE ADORABLE!!

  • Ivory S

    Ivory S wrote:

    SO PRETTY

  • Cassie B

    Cassie B wrote:

    Where did you get the little minnie heads? How did you get them on the napkins?

  • Cassie B

    Cassie B wrote:

    Waht did you put in the cupcakes?

  • Cassie B

    Cassie B wrote:

    How did you make the minnie heads? They look so cute!

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    We had the cupcakes made from a bakery. They were classic vanilla with buttercream icing. I believe the minnie heads were gumpaste.

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    The cricut machine with Disney cartridge was my best investment.

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Using a cricut machine to made the heads and bows and then used a mini foam adhesive to stick them on a ribbon tied around the napkin.

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    Laila A wrote:

    Hello! Beautiful ideas! Question how did you do the sign? Love it!

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    I bought the wooden stick and 3 rectangle pieces as is at Michael's and just painted a few times the color pink. After drying I bought stencils and painted over in black. My husband drilled some holes in each piece for me to tie ribbon. I hot glued the 3 pieces to the wooden stick and added some self adhesive big bows also purchased at Michael's.

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    Sarah E wrote:

    Great idea! How did you create the hats and the months signs?

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    I bought standard colored party hats and spray painted black. I cut out 2 circles for the ears and minnie bow with my cricut and then hot glued everything. I made slits in the sides of the party hats to insert the cut circles. I then hand wrote each guests name in white paint. The months sighs I used my cricut to duplicate the mickey head and bow and then chose a picture from NB-12 months and glued each one. I used ribbon in each ear to tie them together. Hope that helps!

  • Nicole L

    Nicole L wrote:

    i have a question- I am trying to find the disney font..not very computer savy..what is easiest way to download?

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    I am sorry I never had to download the Disney font so I am not sure myself. But just googling try this website??? http://www.urbanfonts.com/fonts/Walt_Disney.htm

  • Michelle S

    Michelle S wrote:

    how did you make this?

  • Michelle S

    Michelle S wrote:

    Where did you find the bow shape and the black party hats?

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    I bought the wooden stick and 3 rectangle pieces as is at Michael's and just painted a few times the color pink. After drying I bought stencils and painted over in black. My husband drilled some holes in each piece for me to tie ribbon. I hot glued the 3 pieces to the wooden stick and added some self adhesive big bows also purchased at Michael's.

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Bow shapes were from my Cricut machine and the black party hats were purchased as an assorted variety of colors at Party City but my husband spray painted them black.

  • Dorothy G. G

    Dorothy G. G wrote:

    i love them

  • Nicole R

    Nicole R wrote:

    what cricut cartridge did you use to create the minnie heads and bows? ARORABLE party!

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Thank you! Disney Mickey & Friends http://main.cricut.com/shopping/detail-department-Disney%C2%A9-Mickey-and-Friends-Cricut-Cartridge-0-122.aspx

  • Nicole R

    Nicole R wrote:

    Ok awesome! Thank you so much for getting back to me!

  • Monica G

    Monica G wrote:

    she's adorable!

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Thank you!

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Thank you!

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Thank you!

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    Sara P wrote:

    How did you make this? It is adorable!

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    I used the instructions in the below link and then just tweaked it to a minnie head 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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    Amanda C wrote:

    i love her head piece, did you find that with the tutu?

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    No my brother lives outside of Orlando and he went into Disney to pick up these cute ears on the way to her party here in NC. You may be able to order online from Disney?? I just googled "pink minnie ears" and they came up. http://www.polyvore.com/disney_minnie_mouse_sparkle_ears/thing?id=30829688

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    Ostritsky M wrote:

    love this

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Thank you =)

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    Amanda C wrote:

    Thank you for the site! You had an amazing party!

  • Jina  C

    Jina C wrote:

    I have to know...Where did you get the ears?? Your little princess is adorable

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Thank you Jina! My brother lives outside of Orlando and he went into Disney to pick up these cute ears on the way to her party here in NC. I had a couple of other people ask and I was able to find them online. I just googled "pink minnie ears" and they came up. http://www.polyvore.com/disney_minnie_mouse_sparkle_ears/thing?id=30829688

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Thank you Jina! My brother lives outside of Orlando and he went into Disney to pick up these cute ears on the way to her party here in NC. I had a couple of other people ask and I was able to find them online. I just googled "pink minnie ears" and they came up. http://www.polyvore.com/disney_minnie_mouse_sparkle_ears/thing?id=30829688

  • Nicole J

    Nicole J wrote:

    Hey adorable decorations??? did you make her minnie hat? and outfit? love them !!

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Thank you! Her minnie hat my brother brought from FL on his way to NC for the party and the outfit I ordered off Etsy.

  • Avril M

    Avril M wrote:

    Hi There, I love this cake and would love to try and attempt to make it. Can you get the recipe anywhere?

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    I am sorry Avril, this came from a bakery so I don't think they would share their recipe. I do know it is yellow cake with pink buttercream icing.

  • Veronica  P

    Veronica P wrote:

    I love this cake! It's beautiful and suited your daughter very well.

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    Nik R wrote:

    Adorable

  • Jennifer B

    Jennifer B wrote:

    would you have a template of the ears and bows.

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    I used a Disney cartridge with the Cricut machine. The Cricut machine was the best investment.

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    Ainsley J wrote:

    I love the minnie mouse theme party you did! You did an awesome job! I want to make that cake! what tip did you use for icing the cake and what did you use to make the hat? Did you just make the bow out of fondant?

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    Ainsley J wrote:

    I love the minnie mouse theme party you did! You did an awesome job! I want to make that cake! what tip did you use for icing the cake and what did you use to make the hat? Did you just make the bow out of fondant?

  • Connie T

    Connie T wrote:

    beautiful photo!

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    Kimyona M wrote:

    Did you make these cookies yourself?

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    No we ordered them with the baker who made the cake and cupcakes.

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    Claudia H wrote:

    Oh my goodness Heather! This is beautiful! Did you make the topiary yourself? If so, can you tell me how you did it? Thank you!

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    I used the instructions in the below link and then just tweaked it to a minnie head http://blog.catchmyparty.com/2011/04/11/diy-tutorial-from-a-catch-my-party-member-how-to-make-a-ribbon-topiary-2/ However I do still have this and am willing to sell it if you are interested. If so please let me know.

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    Alissa J wrote:

    where did you order the cookies from

  • Kristen S

    Kristen S wrote:

    What was the easiest way to place the ears on your hats? Did you make slits in the hats and hot glue them? Something else? Thanks! :)

  • Chasity S

    Chasity S wrote:

    I Love this. I was googling Minnie birthday ideas and this came up....ironically, our little girl is Tenley as well!

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    Mandy P wrote:

    I love this cake and I am looking for something similar for my daughter. Can you tell me if the Minnie Mouse head and ears were made of cake also?

  • Heather C

    Heather C wrote:

    Thank you! Yes Minnie head and ears were made of cake.

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