A party featuring Mickey Mouse is always going to be a good time, but starting off the day with a Mickey Mouse Brunch Party is even better! See how we put together this get together easily featuring the Mouse, waffle bar and lots more Disney fun!
Everyday is a good day for a Mickey Mouse themed party…especially one that starts early in the morning, in your PJs and covered in syrup! Thankfully from the #Disneyside sponsors, we had some great supplies to put together this marvelous Mickey Mouse inspired reverse pajama/brunch party!
Inviting some of our favorite friends and family members, via our favorite email service Punchbowl, we managed to create a hot diggity dog time – all before lunch time!
Centered around finding the coolest Mickey Waffle Stick Maker (affilate link) that makes four Mickey-shaped heads with sticks for waffle on a stick action that makes it easy and fun to eat. So the idea was born to create a Mickey Mouse Waffle Bar at our Reverse Pajama Party!
Aren’t they adorable? And with them just the right size, they are easy to eat AND you can eat more than one. Chocolate syrup, whip cream, strawberries, sprinkles and powdered sugar made for lots of fun for the kids to personalize their Mickey Mouse Waffles.
Along with the waffles, there were tons of other Mickey Mouse-shaped breakfast foodsas well as decorative items like this easy MM centerpiece we made for another Mickey Mouse birthday party for the kids when we returned from Disney World.
Of course, there were several Disney-themed edibles like these chocolate chip muffins with Mickey Mouse toothpicks (affiliate link) on this adorable resuable Mickey Mouse muffin/cupcake stand (affiliate link).
And you can’t ever forget the Mickey Mouse plates, cups and napkins (affilate), especially when you have waffles with whip cream and chocolate chips. While the kids enjoyed watching classic Mickey Mouse cartoons like Steamboat Willie and Mickey’s Adventures in Wonderland (affiliate).
Borrowing this idea from our Disney Princess party, we transformed the idea of princess wands to Mickey Mouse sticks using pineapple cut like Mickey Mouse, grapes and strawberries. If you don’t have a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter (affiliate) and have kids, you should buy one! It’s a quick and easy way to make sandwiches, cookies and these fruit kbobs fun to eat!
However, the fun didn’t stop there! We made these homemade Mickey Mouse marshmallows for our hot chocolate!
And the kids also received their own reusable travel mug with hot chocolate mix, Mickey Mouse marshmallows and other great treats to take home to show their #DisneySide including luggage tags, HP CMYK Pack with photopaper for their own photo memories and a DVD about planning your own Disney trip!
And you can’t ever forget the Mickey Mouse ears to make the PJ party complete.
We’re so glad we were able to get together to show our #DisneySide done breakfast style! The only thing that would have been better is to have Mickey Mouse join us!
How do you show your #DisneySide?