Believe it or not, the twins’ birthday party has come and gone already. How is it possible that I have two 2 year olds?? *sigh…*
We had an amazing day with these little cuties! And they LOVED all of the Mickey and Minnie things! 🙂
I had so much fun planning the party with Mimi! I could have never pulled it off without her help. She was seriously a life saver!
To get the party going, I made some invites to send out. I love how these turned out!
The morning of their birthday we got up early and made them some breakfast. We took them some pancakes and let them eat their food in the bed. They loved it!
After breakfast in bed and some fun playtime, the kids watched their favorite movie “Tangled”. No better way to watch it than to sprawl out on the floor 🙂
We had the party at home and thankfully the weather was perfect! A tent was set up with a couple of tables and voila! A great set up for a toddler’s party!
We had to have Mickey and Minnie ears, so my mom helped out and made some! (She is so dang talented!) We used black headbands and cut out circles (with a little extra tab so that they would wrap around the headband). To help them stay steady, we put a piece of foam in the middle. They turned out great and the kids loved them!
We also had a couple of games set up. Bowling, ring toss, horseshoes, and coloring sheets (that I forgot to put out…) were all set out for the kids. The favorite was the bowling set up. *I have to admit that I enjoyed that one, too!*
As is tradition we decorated the mailbox!
Aubie had to get in on the fun, too! 🙂
The food table was awesome! We made sure to really deck it out!
If it could be made into a Mickey head, we did it!
The Toodle’s Treats were AMAZING! We are still eating on them and I AM NOT complaining! They took some doing to get right, but they were worth it!
You take a large Oreo and split in in half and one small Oreo split in half. Simply place a little extra frosting on the icing side of the large Oreo and place the stick and two small Oreo halves on the extra frosting. Place the other half of the Oreo on top and smoosh them together. Dip into melted chocolate and add sprinkles.
We also had Mickey and Minnie themed cupcakes, of course! They were almost too cute to eat! 🙂
Our family shot before the party got started!
Uncle Jayme and Aunt Mo gave the kids an awesome gift!
Uncle Jayme made them custom artwork!
Once people started arriving, we all took the party outside! All of the kids had fun running around and playing. Jaxson and Jayleigh loved having all of their friends over!
Jaxson and Jayleigh’s great grandmothers sporting their Minnie ears!
Then it was time for food!
And finally – PRESENTS!
It took them a couple of gifts to get the hang of it. They kept opening one and walking off with it! But they finally caught on!
And all too quickly the party was over and at 8:10 and 8:11 that night, we officially had 2 year olds! I am so glad that they had a great day.
I want to also thank everyone who called, texted, and joined us for the party. It means so much to us to have such wonderful friends and family that take the time to make my kids feel so loved! You are all so amazing!
Love you all!