Mickey Mouse 1st Birthday Ideas


Mickey Mouse makes an adorable theme for a first birthday party. Disney makes plenty of licensed official first birthday products, and it's easy to integrate homemade Mickey Mouse items, too. Mickey Mouse-themed elements can transform a simple first birthday party into a little taste of Disneyland.

Mickey Mouse Invitations

  • You can purchase Mickey Mouse invitations from online vendors or your local drug store, department store or party retailer. You can also make your own.
    Use a photo of your child with a desktop photo-editing software program, like GIMP or Adobe Photoshop. Simply superimpose a black mouse-ear hat on top of your child's head. If graphic design isn't your thing, you can use scissors to cut a pair of mouse ears from black construction paper and glue them to a photo of your child.

    Make enough copies of this picture for each guest. Glue them to the front of a plain, blank greeting card. On the inside of the invitation, write "Mickey and I are ready for fun. Help me celebrate as I turn one." Also include all of the party details.

Mickey Mouse Decorations

  • For a first birthday, decorate with streamers and balloons. Make sure that you use helium balloons that are tied into bouquets. Stray pieces of broken balloons are a choking hazard for children under age 3. In keeping with the Mickey Mouse theme, add a few Mickey Mouse balloons and official licensed Mickey Mouse tableware. You can also use Mickey Mouse toys to decorate table tops.

Mickey Mouse Birthday Game

  • Games for toddlers are fun to watch. Try making a "pin the ear on Mickey" game. Begin with a poster of Mickey Mouse, trace an ear and duplicate it with construction paper. Have the children take turns attempting to place the cutout on the poster. Children who are old enough can be blindfolded just as in the "pin the tale on the donkey" game. After the children bring it to the poster, tape it down and write their name on it.

Mickey Mouse Party Foods

  • Nothing says mouse food quite like a cheese platter. Slice it or dice it, and stick each little cube on a toothpick. Use a combination of mozzarella, Swiss and cheddar for variety. Be careful with the birthday baby, though. A mouth full of cheese can be a choking hazard. For a cheesy baby-safe snack, try goldfish crackers.

    Macaroni and cheese makes an inexpensive alternative to cheese pizza when you're hosting a party at lunchtime or dinnertime. Cheese sandwiches and cheeseburgers are also appropriate.

    You can turn some food into Mickey Mouse food with Mickey Mouse cookie cutters. Press them into any sandwich, jello, or even cinnamon toast.

    A Mickey Mouse birthday cake can be baked into a molded cake pan or cut from a sheet cake. Grocery store bakeries often have tiny mouse ears that can be used to decorate Mickey Mouse cupcakes. Cheesecake is another option.

    Serve juice or punch in Mickey Mouse cups.

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