I had my #DisneySide party on Monday, February 17 and it was SO much fun! Friends arrived late in the afternoon and we served chips and salsa, veggies and dip, popcorn and pretzels with pumpkin dip. My daughter and my friend’s daughter immediately became friends and shared their dress up costumes. My daughter let her friend borrow her Elsa dress and Maddie’s face lit up! My daughter put on Maddie’s Cinderella wedding dress and also fell in love! They played dress up and did each other’s nails and makeup in my daughter’s room while all of the boys did boy things in the playroom downstairs.
The adults enjoyed finger foods and then it was time to serve the main meal of the night which was a waffle bar. The kids decorated their waffles with fruit, whip cream sprinkles, syrup or whipped cream. I think the Mickey waffles were a huge hit! I also made a salad for the adults to have with dinner.
Then it was time to kick the sugared up kids outside for a awhile for some sled riding which they also loved. What do you do after kids come in from the cold? Serve them ice cream of course! We did our ice cream/candy bar where everyone made up their own ice cream concoctions. I also served the Dole Whip recipe which was a delicious addition to bringing a piece of Disney to the party!
After dessert we all got together to make our Saving for Disney banks where the kids decorated glass jars with stickers. Despite having bingo and trivia games to play, everyone was having such a great time talking about their past and upcoming trips and all things Disney. The kids enjoyed their activities and playing.
I would love to host another #DisneySide party in the summer and let the kids enjoy swimming.
They had a blast! And I think the adults had as much fun as the kids did, too!
I received free products in order to host the Disney Side @Home Celebration. The opinions expressed here are my own.