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Mickey Mouse Party!

WELCOME TO AUDREY’S CLUBHOUSE!!!!!!!
We talked about Audrey wanting a third birthday party to remember HERE
The birthday girl was super excited to bounce the day away on our bouncy castle and eat all the sweets she could!
 
It was a birthday to remember!
Our little girl wanted a Mickey Mouse House birthday party this past summer and we were more then happy to oblige her! 
We were ready for classic mickey mouse ears, stickers, colouring books and all things black white and red.
I knew for a three year old’s birthday party we would need a classic sweets table complete with Mickey Mouse themed cookies. to go along with our hot diggity dogs and other bbq goodness.
What child doesn’t like a table FULL of goodies!!
Since my children love to be in the kitchen working side by side with me, I found some sweet ideas they could easily help with.
We started off by buying a ton of red and white chocolate wafers and lots of different kinds of sprinkles. We came up with this cold version of our favorite snack: roasted marshmallows on a stick.
The kids loved poking the marshmallows on to wooden skewers, dipping them in melted white chocolate and then again into a bowl of sprinkles of their choosing.
They loved getting to take turns with the sprinkles and kept dedicating each different skewer to a different friend. So cute.
We bought plain round cookies and dressed them up with a coating of melted chocolate and blue sprinkles to match our accent colour that made the party more “us”. 🙂
We showed you how to make these HERE
Super easy and so so delicious!
 
I made little signs with “Disney font” found HERE that invited our friends to help themselves to the treats we made just for them!
My children insisted we add Mickey Mouse stickers to our little signs.. 🙂
Chocolate wafer cookies, pixie sticks, Lolly pops, smarties, jujubs, fruit toffee, and cherry-red jellie bellies all found themselves in glass jars and canisters we collected from around the house.
We made lots of triple chocolate cupcakes.
(Homemade chocolate cake, with chocolate icing and Mickey Mouse shaped toppings made out of Oreo cookies and filled with chocolate!)
We halved oreos to make Mickeys face and used small oreos for little iconic Mickey ears.
There were lots of bright colored treats!
Black white and red balloons!
I free handed Mickey silhouettes for an extra layer on our table.
Do you notice something in the corner??
Did you see it??
My husband finally had a good enough excuse to buy one of these beauties  (below) since we were having a large group of people!
It makes the house smell like a movie theatre!! YUMM!
“Easy Peasy Lemon Squeazy Lemonade.”
One last look at the goodies before they were all gobbled up!! 
For those with keen eyes 🙂
We decorated inconspiculously…
Here is a closer look..
 Yaaaaaahhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!
After all the planning and waiting…our friends arrived!!!

We set up an indoor car mat under an umbrella in the corner of the yard. It was a SUPER hot day in mid July and little ones need shade!
There were lots of little kids and babies, and almost babies 🙂
There was lots of bouncing around!
 


Mickey Mouse coloring books for some quiet fun when the kids were done bouncing about.

 

There were some sad moments, though adorable. I love that little face!
And some happy moments, times two!
…and three!
There were cute little faces in every corner!
 We wanted to capture some extra special memories of our friends being silly!
So we made some Mickey-esque ears (tutorial from a five year old to come) and set them up in a vintage suitcase with other costume pieces…
 
We invited our friends to “SAY CHEESE, IT’S PICTURE TIME!” infront of a big happy birthday banner complete with the whole clubhouse gang.
 
 
 
They had a lot of fun with it, can you tell?
  
After a happy birthday song and Mickey Mouse cupcakes..
She opened lovely presents from lovely friends.
  
The day came and went in a flash of sweet moments.
Much like the last three years of our darling little girls’ life. 
I cant believe she is three!
What a lovely little blessing she is to us everyday.
I’m looking forward to one hundred and three more years spent loving on my little angel-girl. 
 Thanks for coming along to her birthday party.
We hope you had as much fun as we did. 🙂
TOODLES!!!
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6 Comments

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    Angela @ Our Family Journey
    January 25, 2013 at 2:14 am

    Your party was adorable!! I'm considering a Mickey Mouse party for my little one and I love all the inspiration you provided! I love the cookies, marshmallows and cupcakes. I just had to pin it!! Saw you on CSI project.

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    Sarah @ Becoming Martha
    January 25, 2013 at 8:13 pm

    How cute! This is a great party – Thanks so much for joining us at the CSI Project this week! We loved seeing your party!

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    Kristen D
    January 25, 2013 at 9:24 pm

    Such a cute party! I like the little Mickey ears on the photos. Stewie (Our Shelf Elf) did this with Santa hats before Christmas. 😉

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    bethanygier
    January 28, 2013 at 4:10 am

    Thanks for visiting ladies!!!

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    Meow Opre
    July 28, 2014 at 7:53 am

    My friend's baby is turning 1 this October and a Mickey Mouse Birthday Party is on top list. The very reason why I decided to make a collection of this amazing party ideas. I hope it would be okay to list some of your ideas on my compilation? Please say yes. Nice stuffs in here and thanks for sharing.
    God bless always!
    Regards,
    Meow
    http://meowchie.snydle.com/mickey-mouse-birthday.html

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    Erwin
    October 29, 2014 at 11:41 pm

    My children insisted we add Mickey Mouse stickers to our little signs. … tmickeymouse.blogspot.com

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