28 Jul

Colorful Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday Party

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Welcome to Patrick’s Clubhouse! Vanessa Grant Events whipped up a bright and Colorful Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday Party with cute mason jars, a clever dessert table and fun cookie decorating activity! Beautiful photography from 2GirlPhototique showcased those super simple & cute Mickey cupcakes, rainbow “1” piñata and probably my favorite part: the Mickey Mouse Yarn Ball Centerpiece- love it. ;) (And for more Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Party Ideas go here and here!)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– MMC show inspired dessert table with felt clouds and
– Colorful and character themed cake pops by KCreative
– Mickey Mouse Cookie Decorating Station with circle garland chair backs & matching table runner
– Chevron straws with polka dot Mickey paper punch embellishments
– First year photo display, rainbow “1” piñata and birthday crown

mickey mouse cookie decorating activity

cupcakes at mickey mouse party

mickey mouse clubhouse scene

mickey and minnie cake pops

rainbow mickey mouse cake pops

rainbow piñata

mickey mouse centerpiece

mickey mouse cookie decorating

undecorated mickey mouse cookie

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mickey mouse glove hot air balloon

mickey mouse birthday drinks

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mickey mouse cake pops


PARTY DETAILS, as told by Vanessa


Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

I went with a non traditional approach to the very popular children’s party theme. I decided to focus on the bright colors and all characters as opposed to just focusing on Mickey.


The dessert table was made to replicate the opening scene of the MMC show. The yard with the clubhouse, trees, mountains, grass, all characters and even Donald in his hot air hand balloon flying above. All cake pop characters were outfitted with appropriate attire complete with glitter shoes and balloons for the birthday boy. The Characters are celebrating Patrick’s 1st birthday.

The walking path is made out of cookies and each tree hid jars full of m&m’s (client’s favorite treat). There were also sweets hidden in the decor.

The clubhouse held 48 mini red velvet cupcakes with red fondant.

Decor made by VGE: Name “PATRICK” character plaque, animal cracker favor bags, dessert table backdrop complete with 3D clouds, trees and mountains, table covers, custom 12 month frame of the birthday boy, all center pieces, all activities, banners, chair embellishments, all paper products, Handy Helper party sign…

Custom mason jars, animal cracker bags for the little ones and custom matching cookies.

Once the birthday song was sung and guests had their dessert, I removed the table and placed it behind the backdrop. The backdrop doubled as a backdrop for photos.


Toodles Game: I designed an interactive Toodles game. There were two mouskatools and 1 mystery mouskatools. The children were encouraged to search the yard for the missing party hats which was facilitated by the MM binoculars locked inside the treasure chest which they needed a special key to open.

– MMC themed coloring books with MM shaped crayons.

Cookie Decorating: I set up a kids table and placed a MM shaped sugar cookie on each plate. Kids were encouraged to frost and add toppings to the cookies to take home in addition to other favors.



– Styling and Design: Vanessa Grant Events
– Cake Pops: KCreative
– Cookies: FunFavors
– Mason Jar Logo: Woolly Bear Studio
– Photographer: 2GirlPhototique

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Lisa SAYS:

Love the cake pops! What were the ears made out of?

October 3, 2013 at 11:46 pm

Shauna SAYS:

Where did you get the mason jars?

October 30, 2013 at 5:55 pm

Stephanie tippett SAYS:

Where did you get the cupcake holder? I need one so bad.

November 14, 2013 at 6:33 am

Kate SAYS:

Would love to do the handy helper clubhouse sign- what did you make it out of?

January 6, 2014 at 3:25 pm

Stephanie SAYS:

How did you make the white mickey mouse center Pieces with the polka dots?

January 31, 2014 at 5:51 am

Betsy Cordova Pagan SAYS:

I want those mason jars!! Where can I find those?!

February 2, 2014 at 1:04 am

Preeti Bluebit SAYS:

Hey!!! Amazing..Thanks for sharing your idea of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Birthday Party..My nephew's birthday is on next month and We would like to celebrate his Birthday based on your ideas. :) Last year, We celebrated his birthday by organizing cars themed birthday party..which was also an awesome theme birthday party…:)
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February 3, 2014 at 10:08 am

Heather SAYS:


You did a great job with all of the decorating ideas for your child’s Mickey party! I have a few questions though, where did you find those black polka dot mickey embellishments used for the straws and did you just glue them on? Also, where did you happen to find a treasure chest/key? I absolutely love the game that you came up with!

March 10, 2014 at 9:48 am

Tina SAYS:

Where did you get the mason jars from?

July 19, 2014 at 5:21 pm


Hi there, beautiful amazing party ideas :) please could you tell me how you made the handy helper sign pointing the clubhouse? Warm thanks

August 10, 2014 at 2:05 pm

Joni SAYS:

I so want those mason jars… where can I find them? been searching everywhere

September 23, 2014 at 9:14 am

Nicole SAYS:

How did you make the white mickey mouse center Pieces with the polka dots

November 9, 2014 at 12:27 pm
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