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Any excuse to have a party is fine by us...especially if it involves Disney! In addition to all the cute Mickey cups, plates and decorations, there were other great items as well. Mickey cookie cutters, HP photo paper, stickers, and fun games all played a role in our party.
We decided to bring a bit of Disney magic to our guests and recreate one of our favorite moments. Ariel's Grotto at Disney's California Adventure is a delectable place to eat. In fact, I posted about it here. We love the three tiered presentation of the appetizer plate, so that's what we did for our party:
We served cucumber mint and egg salad tea sandwiches, along with scones and cut strawberries. We also cut up cheese, meat and bread with the Mickey cookie cutters to make sandwiches. It was all delicious!
We also did a little cookie decorating:
My mom was in town and she showed off her mad face painting skills:
The adults enjoyed playing Disney Bingo and Disney Trivia. We also used the tablecloth that came in our party kit and used it as a backdrop for our photo booth. I downloaded the Disney Memories HD app on my iPod Touch and took cute pictures of all the kids. Then we printed them out on our HP photo paper, so people could take home a souvenir.
Thank you to Disney for providing the party kit and allowing us to show our Disney Side with such a fun party!