Kara's Party Ideas Mickey Mouse 1st Birthday Party | Kara's Party Ideas

There are always so many requests for Mickey Mouse party ideas, so when I opened this MICKEY MOUSE 1ST BIRTHDAY PARTY submission from Olivia Campos of Brazil I just knew I would have to feature it. Such a cute party chuck FULL of ideas, tips and inspiration for all those out there planning a Mickey Mouse {or Minnie, for that matter} party!

Mickey Mouse Party Supplies

Here is what Olivia had to say about the party-

“My name is Olivia and this is my son’s first birthday party. I made the decorations by myself with paper, a mickey mouse punch, felt and a lot of inspiration. The cake and cupcakes are by Maria Célia – Bolos e Doces, and the pictures are by Debora Souza. Hope you enjoy!”

Mickey Mouse Party Supplies

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  1. Bix says:

    I really love, love, love ALL ideas here.
    And I absolutely fell in love with THIS Mickey Mouse Party…. (o3
    Greetings from Cologne, Germany

  2. rosana says:

    thank you Kara for posting this. Olivia did a wonderful job! I’ve been looking through trying to get ideas/inspirations for my goddaughter’s 1st birthday which will be a minnie mouse theme.

  3. Elaine says:

    Oi Olivia, parabens pela decoraçao! Eu adoraria algumas dicas porque penso em fazer uma festa parecida para meus 2 bebes , twin boys , mas o problema é que moro na Australia e nao sei se encontro de tudo por aqui. Muito Obrigada, Elaine Costa
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  4. Lisa Hutchinson says:

    I love love this party. It is bright and super cute and i could easily make it a mickey and minnie party for my daughter.. Just curious though.. What are the Red Pots with the black bows and spoons on them??? they are super cute ?? were they party favors or a food item???? I really like the Mickey’s on the little “baby food ” jars with the candies in them.. for favors super adorable and an excellent way to use up those jars ive been saving.

  5. Patricia says:

    Lisa Hutchinson in the red pan you’ll find a chocolate delicacy from Brazil, it’s called Brigadeiro, made from a can of condensed milk, 1 tbsp of butter or margarine and 4 tbsp of chocolate powder, like those that you mix with milk, or you can use cocoa powder too!
    You cook in a pan for around 10 min, until the mixture come off the bottom of the pan, and it’s done!

  6. Rosalie says:

    where did you get the small glass container? what is the size?

    Thank you :)