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A Disney Junior Mickey Mouse Birthday Party

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If you need to put a boys birthday party together in a quick hurry—you can do it! Whether life has been too busy to allow for long-term planning or if you find out there is a little guy who won’t have a party unless you make it happen for him, you’ll love these super-quick, super-easy birthday party ideas for decorations, cupcakes and favors.  I had less than two days (with all the rest of life still going on) to create this boy’s Disney Junior, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse themed celebration. Walmart to the rescue: you can find all the party supplies you’ll need! I made a quick trip to my local Walmart and came home with all the pieces I needed to make this party happen.

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday Party Ideas for Boys

Mickey Mouse is such a long-term friend; everybody recognizes his silhouette! That silhouette is a simple way to back the dessert table. Two sizes of three circles and you’’ve got Mickey. I found these chalkboard and whiteboard circles in Walmart’’s décor section. I added a few circles as large polka-dots for extra interest.

Mickey Mouse Cake Table

With paper lantern topiaries flanking the dessert pedestal, all eyes focus on the cupcake display. A duo of white boxes stairsteps up to the pedestal. Sometimes Mickey dresses formally so his black bowtie and silhouette embellish the display.

Mickey Mouse Cupcakes

Disney Junior Mickey Mouse Birthday Party Supplies at Walmart

Mickey Mouse Birthday Party Supplies

I glued two white candies to the red cupcake wrappers I found at Walmart: Mickey britches! The chocolate cupcakes were from their bakery, too. I added round chocolate candy “ears” and the main treat was party ready. There are so many great birthday party product supplies to be found at Walmart!

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Decorations

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Party Decor

The topiaries were fun to pull together. I was thrilled to find the red and blue paper lanterns in Walmart’s birthday section. That made it simple to add white paper buttons for Mickey. Best buddy Donald gets a nod, too, with the blue lantern that I circled in yellow, with an orange bowtie, and a base in duck feather white. A plush Mickey waits nearby.

Mickey Mouse Party Hats

Mickey party hats turn the kids into cone heads — —a sure sign the party is ready to roll!

Polka-dots always speak of light hearted fun and they work perfectly with the Mickey Mouse theme. A small box with black and white dots serves as a great holding ground for Mickey cups of popcorn, always a kid-party favorite.

Mickey Mouse Birthday Party Ideas

Kids Table Mickey Mouse Party

Supplies for a Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday Party

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Party

Mickey Mouse Birthday Party Ideas and Decorations

I covered the guest table with a subtle stripped sheet that I already had. Giant black and white polka-dotted placemats made from wrapping paper are easy and look terrific with the bright colors of the die cut Mickey plates (so cute!), napkins and take-home plastic tumblers I also found at Walmart. Adorable Mickey, Donald and Goofy figures pose mid table. The birthday boy can take them home for bedroom decorations after the party.

Mickey Mouse Party Table Centerpiece

Table topiary centerpieces are easy to make. I wrapped two sizes of Styrofoam balls with black yarn (yeah, Walmart!) and poked a small hole in one side. Toothpicks hold on the ears. A red and white polka-dotted straw secures Mickey to a Styrofoam base inside a small lantern decorated in Mickey colors.

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Activity Book

Mickey Mouse Party Favor Activity Book

Walmart has tons of fabulous books and toys to choose from. I opted to use Mickey activity books to amuse the kids while they were waiting for everyone to arrive.

Mickey Mouse Party

Cupcake Face

Mickey Mouse Birthday Girl

Planning fun games gets everyone interacting. I had the kids sit in a circle. While music was playing in the background they passed around Goofy’’s hat (actually a green paper bag). When the music stopped, the child with the bag had to draw out a paper slip that told him what Goofy thing to do: jump up and down five times, make a silly face, pretend to be a bird, etc.

Mickey Mouse Puzzle

Mickey Mouse Party Game Puzzle

Another game that generated a lot of giggles was a kind of hide and seek. I had pictures of several of the Mickey Clubhouse characters that I cut into four puzzle-like pieces. I hid them pre-party. The kids had to find the pieces and work together to put the characters back together. Some of the combos on the way to the finished pieces looked pretty silly to the kids.

Of course everyone had to do the Hot Dog Dance (you can find the music on YouTube). After getting everyone moving, we did it as a kind of follow-the-leader activity. Kids took turns showcasing special moves and everyone else had to repeat them.

Mickey Mouse Party Favor Ideas

I decided on puzzles as take-home favors. Don’’t they look cute, wrapped in red with the black band and white buttons representing Mickey’’s pants?

Mickey Mouse Boy Party Ideas

The birthday boy felt special and all of the kids had a fun time hanging out together. A few games, treats and easy decorations made a memorable celebration even though it didn’’t take me long to put together. Total win!

Stephanie Keeping

Stephanie is in love with a boy named Sam. He has taught her that it’s okay to jump first and look later, to wear a dirty shirt to the park and to decide that today is a good day to take a nap in your rubber boots. She hangs out here blogging at Spaceships and Laser Beams and at our printable party shop on Etsy.