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Oh, Two-dles! Mickey Mouse Clubhouse 2nd Birthday Party!

I cannot believe that Alexis is two years old. Where has the time gone? She loves all things Disney, Jr. and has a particular affinity for Minnie Mouse. So, I thought it would be fun to throw her a Mickey Mouse Clubhouse party for her second birthday. I held the party at our home again this year. I don't know if that was crazy or smart!

First stop--invitations. It took me a while to find invitations that I loved. But, I settled on these invites from an Etsy shop called Pink Crab. I snagged the matching Thank You notes as well. So cute!

On to decorations. I found this great printable party decor set from Amanda's Parties to Go on Etsy. Best $19.99 I spent! Once I downloaded the printable set, all I needed was my printer and craft supplies like card stock, twine, and ribbon to create all of the decorations.

Front Door Greeting

Entryway Favors Table

I downloaded several Disney fonts on my computer and found some ears clip art online to create the sign for the Mickey and Minnie Ears.

Sugar cookies from local baker Soda City Cookies (check out her Instagram). I threw in a few chocolate chip cookies as well.

I used some of the printable shapes and colorful paper shred from the dollar store to create arrangements.

More fun with the printable shapes. I used paper fans that I found on sale at Michael's to create the Mickey Mouse head.

I saw character name signs like this for sale on Etsy and decided I could probably make it myself. I purchased the paper mache letters, paint, feathers, and buttons at Hobby Lobby. I topped it off with some of the available shapes from the party printable set.

Of course, I had to include on-theme names for the party food! I printed the food labels on decorative paper and glued them to food tent cards. I used my Cricut to cut out the Mickey shapes.

Add in a hot dog bar for good measure!

Random find at Michael's--a disposable trash can that came in handy. I used more of the printable set shapes to add the Oh Toodles shape.

Drink station

There's always room for dessert! I made the "Two" cake topper using my Cricut. The name topper is a printable party set design.

Cake courtesy of my friend, Bridgette Johnson, with Simply Savored Sweets.

I used these cookie cutters for the brownies and my Cricut to cut the Mickey shapes for the arrangement. Oreo cookies for ears, sprinkles, and party printable cupcake toppers for the store-bought cupcakes.

The kids played outside with toys and had play doh and coloring pages to keep them occupied on the back porch. Alexis' dress is old Smocked Auctions, and I re-used her ears from Halloween.

Happy 2nd Birthday, Sweet Girl!



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