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My 5 year old niece is a girly girl, she takes after me and one thing she loves more than getting her nails and hair done is Doc Mcstuffins. Ever since Doc Mcstuffins first aired on Disney Jr she had been in love! After a while I knew no other theme would work not even her favorite song, "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" or her favorite movie, Rescuers. I could so see a Vintage style Rescuers party! Lol
But we went with the theme "Doc McNauyauna" and the color scheme was her favorite colors Pink and Purple. I also through in a little Turquoise. My source of inspiration for the party was based off of Doc Mcstuffins flower headband and the fact that Princess loves headbands and hair bows. Throughout the entire party I knew I wanted the likeness of Doc Mcstuffins pink flower and purple glitter headband. I first wanted to start with the printables. I wanted to finally work with Chevron print and that's where Printables by Fer came in! Printables by Fer create some printables for me and they took my vision of chevron print and flowers and made it by far better than I could envision. They did a fabulous job!
Jennifer of sugary Sweet Cupcakes and Treats was able to match her gorgeous cookies to the printables perfectly. Our local bakery, Royalty Cakes created a very girly Doc Mcstuffins cake.

Party Styling & Concept: Posh Diva Parties
Party Printables and custom Poster: Printables by Fer
Cake: Royalty Cakes
Doc Mcstuffins Cookies: Sugary Sweet Cookies
Doc Mcstuffins Wooden spoons & forks: Sugar Coated Studio
Custom Big Book of Boo Boos: Just a Little Favor Shop
Doc Mcstuffins Scrapbook paper: Lane and May
Doc Mcstuffins custom Headband: Isn't That Cute
Doc Mcstuffins Tutu Birthday Outfit: Pretty as a Princess 2
Chevron Paper Straws: The Pink Picker
Purple Chevron Paper Bags: Freakn Sweet Shop
Time for your Check-up Checklist sheets: Stampin Fanatic
Doc Mcstuffins Bingo Game: YummiliciousTreats
Doc Mcstuffins Plates, Cups, Blowouts, Jump ropes, Napkins, and Tablecloths: Parties4kids

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Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    We had all Princess favorites! Her cake was white cake with cream cheese and strawberries.

  • Party Favors

    We made girl bags and boy bags. The girls took home Apples, Doctor kits from Target, Doc Mcstuffins Jump ropes, Doc Mcstuffins Blowouts, and Bubbles. The boys bags included the same things but instead of Doc Mcstuffins jump ropes I gave them bouncing balls I found at Target.

  • Activities / Games

    Bingo, Time for your check up sheets, and relay racing games.

  • What People Ate

    The Menu included all her favorite foods! We had Baked and Fried Chicken, Macaroni 'n Cheese, Green Salad, Watermelon, and Rolls.

  • What People Drank

    For the drinks we had Pink Lemonade and Princess loves Sweet Tea, so we definitely had Sweet Tea as well.

  • Best Dressed

    Birthday girl in her Tutu

  • Budget

    $500

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32 comments

  • Erica M

    Erica M wrote:

    Great party. Where did you get the spoons, forks, place mats, and signs?

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Thank you so much Erica! I got the spoon & forks from an Etsy seller by the name of Sugar Coated Studio. The place mats were actually Doc Mcstuffin paper that I used and the signs were customed made for me from Printables by Fer, you can also find them on Etsy. I hope this helps :0)

  • Anabella C

    Anabella C wrote:

    Love this party ♥

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    Marina K wrote:

    Love your party!! Nice and colorful.....where did you get the invitations with envelope? They are awesome. Thanks :-)

  • Erica M

    Erica M wrote:

    Thank you so much!

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Thank you so much Anabella! I Love your work as well! ;-)

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Thank you Marina! I made the envelopes myself but the Invitations were printables I brought from Printables by Fer on Etsy and I embellished them myself. I added glitter paper to the back of the invitations and I tied them off with ribbon. And for the envelopes I added glitter ribbon and a flower cut out I made! I hope that helps! :0)

  • Evonn E

    Evonn E wrote:

    Hi Keisha, So I am throwing a Doc Mcstuffins party for my daughter and I'm getting printables by fer I was wondering what kind of paper did you use to print them out and did you print it like at a Kinkos or from home? Thanks for your help :)

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Hi Evonn! Yayy! That's great to hear your having your daughter a Doc Mcstuffins party and even greater to hear you'll be using Printables by Fer. Your going to absolutely love them! I used white card stock paper to print my printables because it has a little stiffness and weight, it works best for printables. I also go to Staples to print because it's cheaper than Kinkos. I hope this helps Evonn and I can't wait to see your party! :0)

  • Kara V

    Kara V wrote:

    how did yyou make the welcome to sign?

  • Evonn E

    Evonn E wrote:

    thanks you so much.. all the info really helps :)

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Hi Kara! Printables by Fer on Etsy made the Welcome sign for me! Just shoot them a message and there very friendly and will get you what you need! :-)

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    Karen W wrote:

    Hi Keisha- how did you make the tent signs for each item on the table? My niece's bday is Mar15 and I want to do it fantabulous-- like yours!!

  • Raquel D

    Raquel D wrote:

    I love it! All very nice

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Hi Karen! Aww Thank you so much! All the tent signs were made by an Etsy seller by the name of Printables by Fer! If you want your niece party to be fabulous I would definitely use them for all your party printables!!! There amazing!!!

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Awww Thank you so much Raquel D!!! :0)

  • Evonn E

    Evonn E wrote:

    Hi again my daughters doc party is coming up and I really love the doc paper you used under the plates... Where can I get some from? I really like that

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    Melissa C wrote:

    Did you just cover the #5 with tape?

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    Melissa C wrote:

    Cute cookies, did youmake those?

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Hi again Evonn! :0) I ordered the paper online from an Etsy seller by the name of Lane and May. I can't wait to see your Daughter's party!!!

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Hi Melissa! I didn't make the cookies myself. I ordered them from a very talented cookie lady on Etsy by the name of Sugary Sweet Cookies!

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    And for the Number 5 I painted the sides with turq/blue paint from Hobby Lobby and then I used paper I purchased from an etsy by the name of Lane and May. She has Doc Mcstuffin paper.

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Hi Kara V! A very wonderful printable artist designed the Welcome sign for me. You can contact them on Etsy. There name is Printables by Fer.

  • Tayla Natryce

    Tayla Natryce wrote:

    love this party!!! Lots of details!

  • Miazia D

    Miazia D wrote:

    You are sooo creative! Thanks for the comment...

  • Angelica R

    Angelica R wrote:

    That book is cute!

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    Ilene T wrote:

    What kind of drink bottles did you use.. They are sooo darn cute.

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Thank you so much! There plastic kid bottles that I got from Etsy from a shop called Bloom Designs Online. https://www.etsy.com/shop/BloomDesignsOnline

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    Natalie R wrote:

    Your backdrop is beautiful! where did you get it?

  • Keisha E

    Keisha E wrote:

    Hi Natalie R! I made the backdrop myself. I used purple chevron fabric and paper fans from party city and the huge party poster was created by Printables by Fer!

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    Charmaine H wrote:

    Hello, Where did you get your glittery accents circles and ribbons to go behind your docmcstuffins circles and the ones around the box to make labels and decorations.

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    Kizzy D wrote:

    Where did this spoon and fork come from