Oh, my goodness am I excited about this box sent from Disney. It contains party supplies for us to express ourselves and show our #DisneySide. We are a little unconventional and broke our box up, sharing with others to encourage them to show their #DisneySide. We did throw a party for my daughter for her 12th party the weekend after we received the box, so it seemed like a perfect opportunity to use them.
The birthday party was at a skating rink, so not everything got used while we were there. I am taking some items to work with me and sharing with co-workers and my daughter is already planning what she will do with some of the items with her friends at their next sleepover.
Needless to say, we're not having a typical all-out party, but spreading the love all over.
Let me share with you a little about the items included in the kit, as there are so many great products and sponsors that are involved.
Decorations in purple, green and black colors to include cups, plates, napkins, tablecloth. Also little foldable food labels, party banner and cupcake wrappers that have Disney villains on them.
Decorations that include centerpieces that depict a villainous scene. You can see here that I forgot the paperclips when I brought them to the party, so I did the best I can. I plan to save these and re-use at Halloween time. There are even some fun favor boxes and invitations.
Nail polish in green, purple and black (loving this color theme), fun nail files (enough for guests) and a sheet depicting some fun nail art ideas to go along with your party.
The kit included a bunch of Disney games that we haven't put to use yet, because our party was at a loud skating ring, but we will be playing them at my daughter's next sleepover. The games include Disney Bingo, Pin the smile on Mickey (That's the big Mickey you see in the back of the pic), Disney Quote and attraction match-up, and Disney word search.
I had the most fun with the cake decorating supplies. They've included a Mickey shaped cake pan, a tie dye cake mix from Duff (Charm City Cakes), and rainbow dot sprinkles. I included many pics of the process of the tie dye cake. It was a lot of fun to make. We decided to hold off on using the Mickey cake pan but plan to use it soon. Everyone raved about how delicious the cake was and I was happy to tell them about us showing our #DisneySide with it.
My Image Bracelet Maker kit: My daughter saw this and gushed all over. She was so excited about it and wanted to try it out right away. Ideally, I would have liked to have each kid make their own bracelet as part of the party, but it just wasn't practical. My daughter is making each kid their own bracelet as a Thank You for coming.
There are some amazing sponsors that provided some of their products for us, including HP Create Memories you Keep packs (includes photo paper and envelopes), All and Wisk products (Tried and trusted in our household.....the All gelpacks were a huge hit), and Twinings Tea (delicious).
Also included was a bunch of Disney planning DVD's and luggage tags that I passed out to the parents. The kit included Cinderella button pins and a 100 piece villians puzzle.
As an added bonus, just to celebrate a little more, I got this fun Women's Disney Villian costume from Alice in Wonderland of the Red Queen.
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I'm so very thankful for being chosen to be a part of this event and am happy to spread the word about the awesome sponsors and Disney for everything. Tiff's Pixie Dust was provided the items depicted here by Disney (with exception of costume). No other compensation was provided.