Can you stand it? I'm posting again about Disney, today will be the last and then I'm on to some other project. So please be kind and be a Mouseketeer, just for the day.
I sort of ran out of room in the kitchen to serve coffee and water, but didn't want those drinking coffee and water to feel any less special than those who were drinking out of the decorated glasses. That's when I decided to create the Bibbidy Bobbidy Beverage Bar.
I let each guest choose their own coffee k-cup and listed the coffees.
Sugar cubes and sweetener filled the ears.
I sewed ric rac around the polka dot hand towel.
And tied bright ribbon to the water jar. You know, water is a special drink too.
And much needed after eating all these sweets~
From the candy counter.
At the party, my 3 year old niece started eating some of this candy, when her mom told her about all the other sweets at the party she might like instead, she replied, "don't worry mom, I'm going to eat a lot of sweets!" I totally agree.
In the plastic tubes were Sixlets tied with Happy Birthday Tags.
And the Great Escape Gumballs with more tags I made.
Why not have Kisses from Mickey? I thought it was a good idea too!
And last but not least were Mouse Ear Mints
Tiny tubes filled with red and white M & M Peppermints, topped with black Mouse Ears and ribbon.
Thinking ahead, I picked up an extra bag of mints at Christmas for the party.
One last treat for my sister, the birthday girl, a set of Disney Cookies~
I had a small box ready for each family to fill with sweet treats to take home from the party. I knew as much as they may try, there wouldn't be room to taste everything.
This, my friends, is what happens when you give a mouse a cookie.
Remember the Magic!