One of my favorite memories as a kid growing up was going to Disney World! I can remember it like it was yesterday. I remember searching the whole entire park for Minnie Mouse and being so excited when I finally saw her and got to take a picture with her. Then was the magical and huge Cinderella castle that you could just walk through. We also did all the rides like Dumbo, Space Mountain and Small World.
When I found out I was pregnant with a little girl I thought about all the fun we would have together playing with Disney Princesses. I made her an entire bedding of Ariel "The Little Mermaid" and hoped she would love them just as much as I did. I guess I didn't have to try too hard because as soon as she was old enough to recognize characters she became obsessed with Minnie and Mickey and then the Disney Princesses.
When I got the email that I was picked to host a #DisneySide party with a Disney Princess Preschooler theme I was beyond excited for both my daughter and I. When I saw the huge box with the #DisneySide sticker on top I quickly brought it up the stairs and teared into it. I was so pleased to see an enormous supply of Sofia the First party supplies with lots of Mickey and Disney fun things to do.
We were going to do a Sofia the First 3rd Party for my daughter in May so it was the perfect opportunity to throw a test party with my daughter, her cousins and friends. Unfortunately the horrible weather kept some of her friends away but we still had fun.
I think my nephew's favorite part of the party was the Mickey face chicken nuggets we served.
For my daughter is had to be the Sofia the First cupcakes we had fun decorating. We found the templates for the Sofia the First cupcake picks at Growing Up Bilingual. I couldn't find the link again where I printed the cupcakes from so if you know, please email the link so that I can give proper credit.
My nieces' favorite part was getting one of the Palace Pets that came in our party kit.
We then played pin the smile on Mickey that both the adults and kids had fun doing.
At the end I handed out all of the Disney reading materials and CDs to the adults. We are all starting to plan a trip for the summer so it came really handy.
What is your favorite Disney memory? How do you show your #DisneySide?