Since most of the party guests were toddlers and preschoolers we decided to use the theme Preschool Playdate With our Pals, the pals being both my daughter's friends and their favorite stuffed characters. Everyone was invited to dress in Disney attire & bring their favorite Disney stuffed animals and/or princess dolls along. My daughter had plenty of extras to share for anyone who forgot!
Because our guests were so young I kept our party very simple. When the guests arrived they were invited to visit a craft table with coloring sheets, t-shirts to decorate, and the run Disney posters for them to color on. Disney Jr music was blaring in the background.
Finally it was time for lunch. My daughter and I had made several different types of sandwiches using the Mickey cookie cutters in our kit and our Mickey Mouse sandwich press. We added Mickey shaped pretzels, Mickey dried apple slices, craisins, and Disney themed fruit snacks as the sides. We had tiny sandwiches for the toddlers and their stuffed friends.
When dessert was over we wrapped up the party by playing several of my daughter's Disney themed games. The favorite was Mickey-Mouse-Ka-Tag because it really got everyone up and moving. If you have a toddler or preschooler I highly recommend it! It was lots of fun and simple enough for even the two year olds.
All that game playing tired the little ones out, so it was time to head home for naps. Instead of giving away prizes to the little ones everyone left with a goody bag full of treats. We had a great time at our Preschool Playdate with our Pals and are so happy we were selected to host a #showyourdisney side party!