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Mickey’s Farm Birthday Party

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In April, our little guy turned 2 years old.  We celebrated in Disney style, of course, with a “Mickey and Donald farm” party! (Inspired by the “Mickey and Donald Have a Farm” episode of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Jackson’s love of animals and Mickey Mouse!)
Want the clubhouse party to appear? Well, first, you’ve got to say the magic words:
“Meeska! Mooska! Mickey Mouse!”
 

Welcome to the Clubhouse!
We altered the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse logo
to create a Welcome sign for the front door!
A mickey head birthday banner hung for all to see!
This was the table the guests saw as they first walked in.
The birthday boy and Mickey Mouse
Festive ear hats for all!
Party Favors!
The Dessert Spread!
Every party should have an awesome dessert table, and ours was no exception. Mostly Mickey Mouse Clubhouse in theme, it did have some barnyard touches. Our dessert buffet included:
Mickey Cupcakes (chocolate cupcakes, frosted ,
topped with crumbled oreos, and mini-oreos for “ears”

 

“Moo Moo Cow” Rice Krispie Treats with vanilla chocolate
and chocolate spots

 

Gooey Fish

 

Mickey Shorts Marshmallow Sticks
inspired by Goofy’s Candy Co. in Downtown Disney,
one of our 10 Best Snacks of Disney World (click here to see the other 9)

 

Mickey Oreo Pops

 

Mickey and the Gang greeted guests as they filled their plates with yummy treats.

 

There was also apple pie and cow tails to snack on. We also had a small store bought cake just for the birthday boy!
And then there was the farm portion of the party
 
 
We set up this part of the party to resemble a farmer’s market. Jackson’s Farmer’s Market had 3 stands:
  • Donald’s Milk and Eggs
  • Mickey’s Farm Fresh Produce
  • Hot Dog, Hot Dog, Hot Diggity Dog Bar
our party “Farm Stand”
 Beverages, plates, bowls, utensils, & cups table.
The utensils were tied up with twine and put into a bucket
labeled “Pitchforks and Shovels”.
Mickey’s Farm Fresh Produce section featured
Apples,fruit skewers, and Caprese Pasta Salad and…
… A vegetable garden

 

Donald’s Milk and Eggs section featured Mickey shaped bread, cold cuts,
and toppings for sandwiches, as well as deviled eggs.
And of course, there was the Hot Diggity Dog Hot Dog Bar!


Our tables were adorned with festive mickey head topiaries.
See our post about how to make them here

 

Oh Toodles!

 

A Farm Photo Op
It was Bella’s idea to include the rocking horse.

 

The birthday boy!

 

One of our activities for the kids was an Egg Hunt.
There were also potato sack races in the backyard.

 

Jackson’s Smash Cake was a simple cake
topped with a Farmer Mickey toy figure.
Jackson enjoyed the marshmallows on a stick the best!
Want to make your own? Learn how here!

 

 

This party would not have been possible if it had not been for all the ideas I found on Pinterest. It is time to give credit where credit is due. Here are some of the original ideas for this party:
Here is the link to my Mickey and Donald Have a Farm party board on Pinterest where you will find many more ideas for this party.

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Friday 28th of July 2017

[…] Mickey Sandwiches– This is something we did for our son’s Mickey Farm Party. The cutter can be used to cut shapes out of the bread. You could also use it to cut your cold cuts […]

teacherlady117

Monday 9th of June 2014

Thanks so much! For Dumbo, I always think of circus food! Popcorn, cotton candy, peanuts. Maybe you could also have some carnival type games or circus acts. Now I want to plan a Dumbo party!

Beth Green

Monday 9th of June 2014

OMG! This is incredible! I love seeing your creativity in your parties! I am planning a Dumbo party for my son's 2nd bday... any suggestions, Party Guru!?!?

Anonymous

Tuesday 10th of December 2013

What an adorable party! Where did you find the cake topper? I'm looking for a farmer mickey for my son's bday party.

baseballmickey

Tuesday 10th of December 2013

Thank you! For the cake topper, we used the farmer Mickey figure from the Mickey Mouse Farm Playset made by Fisher-Price.

kim

Tuesday 2nd of July 2013

Cute party!! Where did you get the toodles prop?

teacherlady117

Tuesday 2nd of July 2013

Thanks for stopping by! James made the toodles prop. He cut the shape out of plywood then hand painted the face. He really did a great job and our son loved it.

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