MICKEY MOUSE THEME FOR BIRTHDAY PARTY
MICKEY MOUSE BIRTHDAY THEME INVITATION CARD
With the help of a printable template and a darling example, you too can Mickey Mouse invitations.
All you need is colored cardstock in red, turquoise, yellow, white, and black plus a smidgeon of polka dot ribbon and supply of glue.
MICKEY MOUSE BIRTHDAY PARTY TABLE CENTERPIECE
Creating Mickey Mouse party table centerpieces in a time crunch is doable! These adorable Mickey head centerpieces are easy to make using two sizes of Styrofoam balls (two little, one slightly larger) and wrapping them in black yarn. The smaller “ears” are attached to the somewhat broader “head” using toothpicks.
To display this magic, Mickey centerpiece, push a straw into the base of the head and insert into a Styrofoam block camouflaged by a vessel like a vase or a lantern.
MICKEY MOUSE BIRTHDAY DESSERT TABLE
Polka dots and plenty of Mickey inspired decorations and treat create one joy-inducing Mickey Mouse birthday dessert table.
A Mickey Mouse cake, Mickey Oreos, and sweet Mickey cookies will bring all the smiles!
You can easily your own Mickey ear “Happy Birthday” banner using paper plates, black construction paper, and printed letters.
A BOY’S MICKEY MOUSE MUSKETEER BIRTHDAY PARTY
A love of Mickey and the 3 Musketeers collide for one creative celebration!
This boy’s Mickey Mouse musketeer birthday party boasts colorful balloon creations; paper pieced Musketeer centerpieces, cute sword, shield, and coat of arm inspired décor and dessert embellishments plus an impressive three-tiered cake featuring a Mickey musketeer!
MINNIE AND MICKEY PARTY HATS TUTORIAL
If you want party guests to be “all ears”, craft a bunch of Minnie and Mickey party hats using this simple tutorial.
You’ll need to gather enough sheets of black card stock to equal your number of guests, plus black glitter foam, red & white polka dot ribbon, extra ribbon for hat ties, and some craft basics like scissors, hot glue gun, and a hole punch. Assembly is simple and starts with die cutting or hand cutting a bunch of circles!
DIY MICKEY MOUSE GARLAND
DIY your own Mickey Mouse garland for a Mickey celebration!
This tutorial uses tried and true methods of printing out a template, cutting it out, and tracing it on colored cardstock until the quantity needed is reached. After cutting out each Mickey, use a paper punch to create holes for stringing with twine or ribbon!
MICKEY MOUSE RICE KRISPIE TREATS
The beauty of whipping up a batch of Rice Krispie Treats is that they can be colored and shaped to coordinate with just about any party theme! These Mickey Mouse Rice Krispie Treats only required a Mickey Mouse shaped cookie cutter and food coloring, plus the usual butter, marshmallows, and Rice Krispies.
MICKEY MOUSE NAME LETTERS
Create party decorations, sure to be treasured for years to come! These Mickey Mouse inspired name letters can be used to pay tribute to the guest of honor! Made from 3-D paper Mache letters, the simple transformation is made by turning plain messages into a Mickey & friends character. Paint, paper embellishments, and printable elements can help accomplish this.
A NAUTICAL MICKEY MOUSE BIRTHDAY PARTY
Celebrate your little sailor with a nautical Mickey Mouse Birthday party! Add in treasures of the sea like starfish, faux jewelry, and chocolate gold coins! Don’t forget to mix in nautical stripes and a wide array of nautical-inspired desserts. Nautical rope cake pops and fondant topped cupcakes with incredible marine Mickey detail work will impress guests.
MICKEY MOUSE PRETZEL BITES
Four ingredients, including regular and mini-sized M&Ms, are all you need to create these adorable Mickey Mouse Pretzel bites! Would you believe the cooking time is less than a minute in the microwave? No oven required! Quick, comfortable, and cute!
MICKEY MOUSE FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY
From the Mickey Mouse table suspenders—a fun made from black runners and white felt circles—to a darling black and white striped dessert table backdrop, this Mickey Mouse’s first birthday is magical!
A Mickey and friend’s cake, Mickey cake pops and cookies, and the cutest table centerpieces made from flower pots and foam balls will leave you with plenty of DIY inspiration!
MICKEY MOUSE CAKE
Seeing Mickey Mouse in the cake form has to be a magic moment at a Mickey Mouse party. I love the simplicity of this two-tiered cake! Red, yellow, black, and white fondant gives a fun nod to Mickey which is reinforced with cute white fondant buttons, Mickey heads circling the bottom tier and adorable fondant Mickey ears gracing the top of the cake.
MICKEY MOUSE CENTERPIECE IDEA
If glitter, glue guns, foam balls, toothpicks, and spray paint don’t scare you, crafting up this easy Mickey Mouse centerpiece idea may be enjoyable. Assembling the Mickey ears to the head with toothpicks and hot glue is quick, as is coating the creation with spray adhesive prior to dusting it with black glitter. Yellow paper shred added to a red bucket makes for a nice base. A thin wood dowel and ribbon addition later, and you’ve got yourself an awesome centerpiece for about $5!
MICKEY MOUSE TRAIL MIX
Whether you serve up this Mickey Mouse trail mix as a mid-party snack or package it up for a “happy trails to you” take-home treat, it is sure to be a hit! No cooking is involved, just a gathering of some basic trail mix ingredients like pretzels, mini marshmallows, Honey Nut Chex Cereal, peanuts, raisins, and red and yellow M&Ms! Mix together and bag up for sharing!
MICKEY MOUSE CLUBHOUSE BIRTHDAY PARTY DESSERT TABLE
You can raid your child’s toy closet to replicate this Mickey Mouse Clubhouse birthday party dessert table. A favorite Mickey Mouse Clubhouse toy was used for the focal point of this table, instead of a cake! The backdrop was made using butcher paper, curtain panels, and a printable party package. Popcorn boxes were dressed up with cardstock, Mickey style!
MICKEY MOUSE OREO COOKIES
These Mickey Mouse Oreo Cookies look amazing but don’t require many supplies or much effort. Winning! You will need regular Oreo sandwich cookies, mini Oreos; red and chocolate candy melted, white sprinkles, and waxed paper.
The trickiest part is melting the candy melts without overheating them (and resisting the urge to eat every last Mickey Mouse before the party starts)!
MICKEY MOUSE PLATES
Simple details often pack the most punch when it comes to throwing an impressive party. These Mickey Mouse plates are so cute and simple to make! Just hot glue two black cardstock circles to the bottom of a black paper plate to create some extra cute place settings!
MICKEY MOUSE CUPCAKE CAKE FOR BIRTHDAY PARTY
The biggest secret behind baking and decorating your own Mickey Mouse cupcake cake is the Wilton Giant Cupcake Pan. Just bake up your favorite cake mix using the pan and get to work decorating with tinted butter cream frosting and white candy melts used for buttons. The trick behind the Mouse ears is molding them out of black modeling chocolate.