The day before, Belle and I made the cupcakes. We used the Duff Tie Dye cake mix that was provided in our box and it turned out beautifully! It was fun, but definitely a little more time consuming than just pouring batter into a cupcake tin. You had to alternate the colors, so it got a little messy. But with 6 colors in the box, that meant we each got to pick a cup with the leftovers of the raw batter. :) The end result was worth all the extra effort, and they tasted really good and were super moist. (Hey, I had to try one before the party to make sure they were safe to eat!)
The girls decorated the basement for the party, and they did a great job. We were sent everything we needed for a party: tablecloth, plates, napkins, cups, decorations, etc., all Mickey themed, of course! We also had a big giant Mickey Mouse head for "Pin the smile on Mickey", but I had forgotten to take a picture of it. The girls even tried out the Disney World Bingo game. It was a very close game!
|You have to watch Disney shows at a Disney party :)|
|The girls are more than happy to pose for a picture :)|
All in all, the kids had a great time. But who wouldn't when you mix cousins and Disney together?! You can't help but smile. :) Thank you Disney for providing all the things to make a great time even better.
*All items provided to me by BSM Media for review purposes. All comments are my own.*