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!|
|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
|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
|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.