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Walt Disney World Birthday Party

This Walt Disney World Birthday Party post was made possible by Birthday in a Box
Disney World Birthday Party by party blogger The Celebration Stylist
Walt Disney World is truly, and always has been my favorite place in the world! I love it so much!! So it was probably only a matter of time before I designed a Disney World Birthday Party. Birthday in a Box presented the Disney World birthday party idea and I immediately jumped on board. Creating a cohesive look for this Disney World birthday party was tricky. It felt like several themes in one. I decided to focus on Magic Kingdom which is broken down into several lands and several more rides. The customized labels and cupcake decals from Birthday in a Box really helped with defining each attraction. 
Disney World Birthday Party by party blogger The Celebration Stylist
In order to maintain as much cohesiveness as I could in this Disney World birthday party, I stuck with only sweets and snacks to represent the rides and I would try to stick with similar colors for each.  I separated the main table into 3 lands and then used smaller side tables for the 2 lesser coordinating lands. I used Mickey and polka dots throughout to represent the hidden Mickeys mixed into every attraction at Walt Disney World. The main attraction of this Disney World birthday party is of course the castle which I made the backdrop and the metallic curtains represent fireworks. I even included astroturf under the table to represent the hub grass.
Disney World Birthday Party by party blogger The Celebration Stylist
Disney World Birthday Party by party blogger The Celebration Stylist
Disney World Birthday Party by party blogger The Celebration Stylist
Disney World Birthday Party by party blogger The Celebration Stylist
The tsum tsum theme couldn’t have been more perfect for the paperware for this Disney World birthday party. It was just the perfect way to bring in all the characters! Coupled with the classic Mickey hats that everyone wears in the parks, it was a perfect match for this theme. I made Mickey ears for the plates too. In lieu of centerpieces I decided to just use gumballs down the runner for a really fun pop of color and functionality that kids love! It also ties in with the polka dots from the cake table, invitations, and Minnie’s dress. The polka dot bubbles I was able to customize with “I Love Disney” which was a fun favor in addition to the tattoos that kids can’t seem to get enough of. This Disney World birthday party really challenged me creatively but I love the way it all came together! 
Disney World Birthday Party by party blogger The Celebration Stylist


Disney World Birthday Party by party blogger The Celebration Stylist

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