Disney movie magic has captivated generations of children, so it’s hardly surprising that it’s such a popular choice of party theme. Whether you’re laying on a Mickey Mouse extravaganza, a general Disney celebration, or choosing another much-loved character or movie, here are a few Disney-themed party food tips to get you started…
With its wintry theme, Disney’s hit movie Frozen might seem an odd choice for a summer birthday party… However, as snowman Olaf’s such a fan of the season, a Frozen party with Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and friends is the ideal choice… With two ranges to choose from, just Let it Go and have fun!
Pink has always been popular with girls. If yours is mad about magenta or in raptures over rose, choose a party theme that will appeal. From pink Hawaiian Luau to fairies and princesses and pink funfair candy-stripe, we’re sure you’ll find something perfect for her pink summer birthday party.
We all know about her true love Mickey – probably the most famous mouse in the world – but girls are rightly mad about the gorgeous Minnie Mouse. She loves all things pink, can truly rock a pretty bow and is never without her gloves. A classic Walt Disney character and a true style icon, she is a favourite with little ladies everywhere.
With a faint fluttering of wings and a bit of magic dust you can create a beautiful fairyland that shimmers, twinkles and shines. Here are some magic tricks to help you get started for a magical fairy party that your special little girls will talk about for years to come!
Recreate the excitement of the grass plains of Africa, home to majestic elephants, prides of lion and other wild animals with a safari adventure party using our great new range. Featuring friendly animal and plant motifs, this would make a great birthday theme for even the youngest adventurer.
With its memorable characters, loved by generations of children who’ve grown up with them over the years, it is hardly surprising that Disney is a party-theme mainstay. Here are a few of our latest Disney party themes, featuring both old and new friends; how will you choose between them?