I received free product in exchange for hosting a #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate. All opinions are my own.
Our family loves Disney, plain and simple. My daughter is obsessed with several different Disney characters, but one sticks out for both of us. You can’t resist loving Mickey Mouse!
I recently got invited to host a #DisneyKids preschool playdate! What a fun experience it was to plan and see it come to live. Our DisneyKids Preschool Playdate Sponsors came together to give our preschoolers a Disney inspired playdate they will never forget.
The great thing is that any family can host their own #DisneyKids preschool playdate by using my party tips and free online resources below.
You are invited to come inside, it’s fun inside at the Mickey Mouse inspired party planning!
#DisneyKids Preschool Playdate LIVE Unboxing
First, we were sent a Disney party kit that was complete with party essentials including party decor, favors, HP party invite supplies and a few surprises! My daughter loved the American Tourister Sophia the First luggage and Nemo Pillow Pet!
How to Host the Best Mickey Mouse Party Ever
Photos in post by Caroline Rang Photography & Modern Mom Life
An Ultimate Mickey Mouse Food Spread
We also had Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Sandwiches that I made using a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter. We also had thumbprint Mickey Mouse chocolates, Oreo pops and cookie pops for the dessert.
I love food puns, so I had Sweet Sugar Boutique create food labels to go with each food offering.
Consider making these DIY Mickey Mouse Paper Plates to compliment your food spread.
A Mickey Mouse DIY Photo Booth Area provided by Art + Ink
Art + Ink provided Mickey Mouse photo area complete with Disney photo props! The kids (and parents) couldn’t resist striking a pose in front of this adorable photo scene.
Mickey Mouse Decor provided by Sugar Sweet Boutique
I made the party favor bags using red bags from the Dollar Store and cute out white circles for the front of the bag. Inside the party favor bags included a pack of HP Social Media Snapshots which allows families to print out pictures from their social albums on 4×5 prints with sticky backs. I also included a pair of Mickey or Minnie Ears so each child could bring a piece of Disney magic home with them. Each child also left with a personalized red Mickey or Minnie cup made by Sugar and Sweet Boutique.
Mickey Mouse Party Games and Activities
One party area was designated the arts and crafts section! It included a table where children could paint their own Mickey Mouse Canvas. (DIY Mickey Mouse Canvas Painting Instructions)
Also on hand were easy games and activities that families could do at their own pace or bring home to play with later. Feel free to download and print to use at your own party.
Overall, we had a fun and magical afternoon celebrating all things Disney. Seeing the smiles and hearing giggles from the kids made it all worthwhile. I hope your Disney party does the same for you!