Mickey and Minnie Mouse parties are so popular right, I thought I’d gather together some fun ideas to help make them extra special. Below are suggestions for treats, cakes, clothes and more for your Mickey or Minnie party.
This is the first time I’ve seen a party wall hanging you could buy like this. The
Disney Mickey Mouse Scene Setter Decoration Set covers a large portion of a wall and really adds to the party atmosphere! (Plus it is pretty inexpensive, too!)
The Wilton Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cupcake Stand Kit is such a great way to display your party cupcakes!
Over at Catch My Party, you can see some adorable pink polka dot, chocolate covered Oreos, which are ideal for a Minnie Mouse party.
Polyvore put together a cute Minnie outfit with all the details!
These Minnie Ears Headband are a must have accessory for a Minnie party!
I thought this pink Minnie Mouse Car was so cute! It would be a great addition to the dessert and treats table.
Get the kids in the mood for Mickey by watching episodes of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse like Choo-Choo Express for $1.99 each.
Use wire pins to attach red, white, black and yellow balloons to a straw wreath form for a colorful way to greet your guests!
I love how this Mickey Mouse dress up set comes with not only the all-important Mickey ears, but also his white gloves!
I found these pink Oreo pops on Pinterest, they didn’t have instructions, but you can see that they use regular size and mini Oreos to create them. Dip them in candy melts or pink frosting and add white polka dots and a bow to finish them.
If your kids are fans of the show, then they’d probably love to receive the show, they will likely appreciate this Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Minnie Mouse Plush Toy She’s so sweet!
What about making some gorgeous, pink, glittery sugar cookies found over at Catch My Party?
Made Famous By showed off a delightful Minnie Mouse Cake, which would also work as a Mickey cake without the bows.
For a more upscale treat, try these delicious Mickey Mouse beignets. They remind me of New Orleans Square (love the mint juleps!).
The ever creative Beth over at Hungry Happenings, takes a chocolate snack cake and transforms it into a Mickey Mouse with chocolate ears. She even puts it on a stick for added fun!