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Date: 22.10.2018, 22:06 / View: 51574

It has literally taken me all week to download and edit the bones crazy amount of photos I took at Little Man's birthday parties last weekend.  I'm beginning to think I have a real photo problem.  Photographers Anonymous, perhaps? Anyway, there were so many fun things I wanted to share about this party, so this post is a long time in coming!

We had SO much fun with this Mickey Mouse theme!  Are you ready to {finally!} see the details??

Who hasn't had a Mickey Mouse birthday party?!  This was my dilemma in planning this party.  I wanted to steer clear of the commercial Mickey party gear and somehow reinvent this classic party.  It took some work and planning, but I think I was more excited on party day than Little Man!

Isn't he the cutest little Mouseketeer you've ever seen?!

Little Man's favorite part were his Mickey gloves!  I sewed them out of white felt and simply used a sharpie to draw on the lines.  Little Man wore these for 3 days straight!  He loved them!

Mickey Mouse invite with stitched pocket!  You can see the full tutorial for our Mickey Mouse invitations.

Our party was all about red, black, and white with polk-a-dots!  We decorated our "un-mantle" with a quick pennant banner, some wooden letters, my, my wooden frames from Cut it Out, and of course Mickey!

This is my favorite part!

I created a Mickey Mouse backdrop for our food table using a vinyl tablecloth.  I love the paper lanterns with the buntings and the Mickey shape!  Can I tell you my secret to cheap party decor??  Wrapping paper!  I love using wrapping paper as my go-to source for decor.  There are 3 types of wrapping paper in this photo!  I use it for everything!

Our party table!

Just like, I created a birthday subway art centered around the birthday theme.  Did you know that there are real Disney fonts?  This  and these were the stars of this subway art!

Edited to add:  Yes, I do sell a digital version of this Mickey Mouse subway art.  I can customize it for your child's birthday.  Please e-mail me for details!

On every.single.picture of Little Man in the house, we added little Mickey Mouse ears!  I keep finding random pictures around the house with Mickey Mouse ears!

This sign was propped up outside our front door.  I created this image in Photoshop and just modpodged the photo to a wooden plaque.

Remember this?  I displayed pictures of Little Man from the last year and used the buntings to tie in the colors of the party with polk-a-dot ribbons.

I asked all of our adult guests (at our family party) to write a note to Little Man on the Mickey-shaped notebook paper.  I plan to slip this into his scrapbook!  The notes they wrote are really sweet!

As much as I LOVE pretty parties, my favorite thing about throwing a party is planning (and playing!) the games!  So we wanted this to be kid friendly!  We had a ton of fun!

As the kids arrived, we decorated Mickey Mouse sugar cookies!  I found a Mickey sprinkles kit at Wal-Mart and they matched perfectly.  Things got a little messy, but we threw the cookies in ziplock baggies and put them in their favor bags to take home.


This Cake Walk was our icebreaker game!  I had taped pictures of Mickey Mouse and friends in a circle on the floor.  The kids walked around on them (listening to Mickey Mouse Clubhouse music of course!).  When the music stopped, we drew a calling card and the winner received a sticker!  This game turned from a Cake Walk to a "Do the hot dog dance!" The kids were so cute!

We went T.P. bowling!

When I asked Little Man about his favorite part of his party, he insisted that it was the treasure hunt for Pluto's Bones!  I spray painted some dog bones bones and booth baby name 2019 red and black.  We divided the kids into a red or black team, and we sent them on a simple treasure hunt to find all of Pluto's bones.  They loved searching for bones, and they continued hunting for bones the rest of the day!

Pin the ears on Little Man!

Played just like Pin the Tail on the Donkey, I cut out the Mickey ears on my Cricut.  We blindfolded each of the kids, and they tried to pin the ears on this 16x20 poster of Little Man!

We used the red and white candy from the mason jar apothecary jars to play Mickey Mouse Bingo!

Following the directions from, I created this cute Mickey Mouse pinata from an old diaper box!  So smart, right?!

The only problem was that I must have made this pinata a bit too strong!  All of the kids had 2 turns hitting the pinata, and eventually we let them stomp, kick, and pull the candy out!  They loved scrambling for the candy!

Inspired by the catchy Hot Dog Dance, we decided to have a hot dog party!  We found this old-fashioned hot dog roller machine online at, and it worked perfectly!  I decorated the table with some items from Little Man's Mickey bathroom!  (You might spot the Mickey toothbrush and soap holders on the table!)

We kept lunch pretty simple!  We served hot dogs and few small treats.  We popped some popcorn and I dipped some pretzel rods in chocolate.  (We called these magic wands!)

We let the kids pick out a hot dog and put it on the rollers (with supervision, of course!).  They loved watching their hot dogs cook!

I ordered these fun polkadot straws from on etsy. The kids LOVED them! (And honestly, so did I!)

I made these yummy chocolate cupcakes from,  and they were SO tasty!  And you can't go wrong with Oreos!  They were a hit!  (I first saw these here at the.)

I always try to set up a little area for a mini photo shoot to remember our guests!

We had one little one who just didn't want to wear the Mickey hat!

My sweet husband cut out all of the Mickey ears out of foam board and we just hot-glued them to party hats!  Almost all of the kids loved wearing them!

The party planners.

Don't tell Mr. oopsey daisy I posted this one.  Deal?

We sent home these brown paper bags with each child.  I filled up the bags with some Mickey Mouse favors plus the cookies and pinata candy!

What a fun party!  And this Little Man enjoyed every minute, so it was all worth it!

And guess what?!  We also hosted a family dinner party!  See how we did it --we created an entire hot dog bar!


Edited to add:  Many readers have commented and e-mailed asking if I sell any of the party supplies for this party.  At the current time, I am selling the Mickey Mouse subway art just using a Paypal invoice.  Please e-mail for details if interested.

Have a great weekend!

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