The Minnie Mouse dessert table featured a polka dot backdrop and a framed picture of the birthday girl. The frame is the same one I used from my daughters Sofia the First Party that I got at Michaels.
The Minnie Mouse cupcakes and cakes came from a local home bakery.
Do you have a Silhouette or Cricut cutting machine and want to make the birthday tag?
Below you will find links to .SVG files of generic “Thank you for coming” tags. Download and load the file into your cutting machine design software.
There were pictures EVERYWHERE! Krista made this number out of pictures. I love doing this – you may remember the three I made for Olivia’s Little Einstein’s Birthday. It truly makes a great decoration and conversation piece.
For a party activity, we had a Paper Bag Pinata, which worked perfectly and was filled with 8 pounds of goodies! The kids really got into it and filled their goodie bags to the brim.
I can’t wait until we plan her second birthday! I have so much fun planning kid’s birthdays, from the party tables to the favors and more, I take joy in seeing the party guests ooh and ahh over all of the special details!
Minnie Mouse Party Mix
- 10 oz of mini pretzels
- 5 cups Cheerios
- 5 cups Corn Chex Cereal
- 1 lbs bag of M&M’s
- 2 cups of popcorn
- 2 12 oz bags of white chocolate chips
- 3 tbsp of vegetable oil
- Add the pretzels, cheerios, corn chex, m&m’s and popcorn into a large bowl.
- Pour the chocolate chips and vegetable oil into a microwave safe bowl.
- In 30 second blasts, melt the chocolate, stirring in between, until fully melted.
- Pour the chocolate over the party mix and stir thoroughly.