Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday – Details

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On Saturday, we celebrated two very special girls in our family. Emma Ramey has a birthday at the end of March, and Avery (her cousin) has a birthday at the beginning of April. We thought it would be fun to have a joint birthday party for them this year!

I ended up dividing this into two posts. I took almost 200 pictures of the party, so I thought that might be a little bit of an overload for one post. 🙂 Check back tomorrow for the candids and fun moments from the party!

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday Invitation
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday Party Food Table (Menu Included) || Printable Food Labels Free
I had so much fun putting the party menu together. There are just so many options with Mickey Mouse Clubhouse – if you haven't noticed, they talk about food a lot! Here was our menu…
Hot Diggity Dogs – Hot dogs stuffed with American cheese and wrapped in crescent rolls
Plu-ta-to Chips
“Club”house sandwiches – Served with ham, turkey, lettuce, tomato, American cheese, and provolone cheese
Donald's Cheese and Quackers
Daisy's Garden Veggies – Broccoli, Cauliflower, Celery, Baby Carrots, and Dip
Gooey Goofy Dip – S'mores Dip made with this recipe, served with graham crackers
Hamburgers/Hot Dogs on the grill
Mickey Mouse Cupcakes
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday Party Food Table (Menu Included) || Printable Food Labels Free
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday Party Food Table (Menu Included) || Printable Food Labels Free
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday Party Food Table Birthday Cake (Menu Included) || Printable Food Labels Free
This cake was definitely a labor of love. I was so excited with how it turned out…exactly like I pictured!
Mickey Mouse Cupcakes
I thought the cupcakes were a lot of fun. They were filled with Mickey Mouse brownies! Click here for the tutorial.
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Party Favors
We had M&M's and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse toys for the party favors.
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Party Decorations
We kept the decorations fairly simple. A couple of banners, fun Mickey Mouse figures (borrowed from sweet Emily), and a Mickey Mouse wreath on the door. We added balloons and the numbers on the table, and it made for the perfect decor!
Decor Sources:
Picture Bunting Banner – Target
Mickey Pennant Banner – Paper from Hobby Lobby, Twine from Target
Mickey Wreath – Styrofoam Wreath (here) Wrapped in 1″ Grosgrain Ribbon from Hobby Lobby
Numbers on Table – Hobby Lobby, hand-painted
Balloons, Balloon Holders – Dollar Tree, Hobby Lobby
Red Polka Dot Table Cloth – Amazon
Cupcake Stand – Amazon
Plates, Napkins, Cutlery – Walmart
Cups – Dollar Tree, decorated with buttons from Hobby Lobby
Yellow Striped Straws – Amazon
I thought I'd share the printables from the party with y'all!  

Just have them printed on standard 8.5×11″ card stock. (If you are cutting these out yourself, I'd recommend a straight-edge paper cutter like this one…makes the job so much easier!)

Click the images to download the printable version.
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Party Free Printables (Food Labels)Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Party Free Printables (Food Labels)
Blank food label sheets – click here for red and here for yellow.
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Party Free Printables (Party Favors)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Party Free Printables (Thank You Notes)
The thank you note printable above is available exclusively to members of the Lamberts Lately email list.  Click here to sign up and receive access (along with post updates from Lamberts Lately).
**And if you like this party, check out our other birthday parties!**
If you're a Disney lover like us, check out my Disney World Planning post!

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  1. I love your ideas. I am a new mom and have found my thoughts for my birthday party in your pictures and prints. Thank you for sharing.
    I signed up to get printables but have not gotten an email to confirm.
    How do I add the names to the prints?

    1. Sorry about that! If you still need them, you can email me at [email protected]. I recommend you open the file in a paint program if you’re wanting to add anything to the printables.