Selected as Party of the Day on February 4th!

Oh Twodles Lilly is 2

Elaine C By Elaine C  in Birthday


Party Recap

For Halloween 2012 we took our girls to Walt Disney World. It was Lilly's first trip and she was in awe. She always loved Minnie and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, but since our trip she was obsessed!!! So, I thougt it would be fitting to throw a Minnie Mouse party. I chose the traditional Minnie with red, white, black and yellow. I did the decor myself , printables by Meghily's and cake by Sweet Sarah Cakes.
Decor available in my Etsy Shop


Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    We had "Minnie Snacks" that consisted of Minnie Nuggets, Minnie Popcorn, Mini Donuts, Mini Marshmallows, Mini Cakes, Minnie Oreo Pops and Minnie Cheese

  • What People Drank

    We had Minnie Punch and Mini Minnie Juice Boxes

  • Desserts

    Minnie Oreo Pops, Mini Cakes that were three oreos stacked and frosted to look like a miniature cake. Fabulous fondant Minnie Mouse Cake.

  • Party Favors

    The kids made there own chalkboard heart shaped picture frame. They adorned the frames with white polka dots (yard sale price dots) , black and white buttons, jewel hearts and minnie mouse heads.

  • Activities / Games

    After coloring Minnie Mouse and making a frame the kids played pin the bow on Minnie which I made out of black vinyl and white yard sale price dots.

  • Best Dressed

    The birthday girl who was head to toe Minnie Mouse!

  • Best Moment

    When we rolled out Lilly's newly re-furbished Minnie Mouse car. I purchased a used Little Tikes Cozy Coupe and created a fabulous Minnie Mouse car for Lilly to cruise around the neighborhood. She was so excited!

  • Most Touching Moment

    When my sweet girl was overwhelmed by the singing of "Happy Birthday" that she buried her head and cried.


Party Helpers



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    Selina L wrote:

    Darling! Did you make this yourself?

  • Elaine C

    Elaine C wrote:

    Hi Selina, A dear friend of mine made all of the printables. Here etsy shop link is the following:

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    Santa S wrote:

    Amazing party. I was wondering where You got all the party supply? My daughter is going to turn 1 soon, and she loves Mickey. Was planning to throw her clubhouse party. :-) Santa

  • Elaine C

    Elaine C wrote:

    Hi Santa, Thank you! I had such a good time planning this Party. Most of the decor is available in my etsy shop (sweet as sugar candy). Is there a specific item you had a question about? Thanks, Elaine

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    Alyssa J wrote:

    Hi! I really love the welcome sign you have. I am planning a minnie mouse party and I would love to use it but I don't know how to get it. I tried looking on etsy for your shop but I can't find you. Help please :( thank you!!!

  • Elaine C

    Elaine C wrote:

    Hi Alyssa, The etsy shop for the printables is meghilys. My etsy shop for the decor Is sweet as sugar candy. Thanks and I hope this helps! Elaine

  • Amanda P

    Amanda P wrote:

    How did you make these?

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    Rebekah G wrote:

    Amazing details! Can I ask where you got the white frames you used to display the printable throughout the party? thanks, Rebekah

  • Elaine C

    Elaine C wrote:

    Rebekah, sorry I just now saw this post. They are from Ikea..only like 2.99 each and I use them for all of my parties. Thanks!!!

  • Jennie B

    Jennie B wrote:

    I need to know how you made these?

  • Ariel H

    Ariel H wrote:

    I would have never thought to use paper plates as decor... Excellent and affordable idea!

  • Jenny G

    Jenny G wrote:

    how did u do the letter in the banner

  • Tanya B

    Tanya B wrote:

    Where did you find the red polka dot wrapping paper?

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    Maggie W wrote:


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    Maggie W wrote:

    This is really different and great for toddlers.

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    Beth R wrote:

    what fonts did she use to make the banner?

  • Tonia W

    Tonia W wrote:

    Is that wrapping paper or fabric as the polka dot backdrop?

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    Stacy S wrote:

    What did ppl use to take the photo booth pictures? Did someone take the pics? Did u use a tablet and tripod?