Now this is a very creative way to surprise your kids with a Disney vacation. My friend Danielle hosted a Disneyland party to celebrate that her daughter is now cancer free and surprise her with her upcoming Make-A-Wish trip. And she is sharing it with us…
I tried my best to match the food related items to the type you could find in the parks. We had pretzels in cheese, fresh made popcorn, churros in chocolate syrup, fruit kabobs & veggie sticks in ranch dressing cups, cotton candy cones.
For our cakes we had cupcakes that were featured in Mickey’s Fun Wheel-inspired ferris wheel cupcake holders. We used a cakepop maker to make cake balls and we built a rendition of Matterhorn Mountain (complete with powdered sugar snow on top).
I made the giant Disneyland sign and ordered the character stand ups from Oriental Trading. I found some really awesome vintage inspired signs online that I printed & hung on string for a banner. I also found true to the park Mickey balloons on eBay. The park I chose to hold it at had a splash pad which served as our Splash Mountain.