Disclosure: I received a box of assorted Disney and other brand items in order to facilitate my Disney Side at Home Celebration.
It’s been rather hectic in the kitchen lately so finally getting to host a Disney Side at Home Celebration was the perfect way to blow off some steam. When the weekend comes, I am all about having fun with the family, and last Saturday there was plenty of it happening in our house! It wasn’t a holiday or anyone’s birthday, but that certainly didn’t stop us from showing our #DisneySide. Some days you just need to join the Mad Hatter’s team and throw an unbirthday party.
Throwing a party for no reason at all was rather relaxing to this over-planner. I wasn’t stressed about the food to be served or the activities the kids were going to do. I knew my party box from Disney had more options for fun than we would have time for doing.
Baby and a few of her friends were even over early to help decorate and arrange all our fun treats for the guests. Our plan was to end the party by serving pizza for dinner, and allow a few of the moms to relax and not have to rush home to get dinner started.
We started off our party super cute Valentine’s Day craft. Since our guests varied in age, I created individual kits for each child. Each guest received a small resealable bag with everything they needed to create their own set of owl valentines. When everyone was done, they put their completed crafts back their personalized bag to take home.
After our craft time was over it was next time for some games. To loosen up the kids, we opened with a game of BeanBoozled. This simple game was the best find at a local 5Below a mom could ask for. This game is hysterical. All you do is spin the spinner to select a color of jellybean you need to taste. There are two flavors for every color – one that is tasty and one that is absolutely disgusting. Every spin had the kids cringing and giggling all at the same time. You would cringe to if you had to east a jellybean that was supposed to taste like stinky socks. It’s a riot watching the faces of the players trying the various colors of jellybeans.
The party laughs continued with Disney trivia, Disney word searches, more sweet treats and finally pizza. Our party was a success! Everyone had a great time and I was able to relax a little and chat with the moms that stayed. A huge thank you to the fabulous folks at Disney for sending me the amazing box of party supplies. It was a great way to spend a Saturday evening and we can’t wait to do it again. Unbirthday parties are officially the best in my book!
What would you do for fun at your own unbirthday style Disney Side at Home Celebration?