Birthday Present Help Needed!

Discussion in 'Disneyland (California)' started by RebeccaAnn18, May 28, 2012.

  1. RebeccaAnn18

    RebeccaAnn18 Earning My Ears

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    Hello! I'm going to Disneyland for the 1st time this summer! My mom and grandmother's birthdays are going to be celebrated before we go, but I wanted to get a cool experience eaither dinning or something else as a birthday present. I love my family but I don't want to spend all my funds on it. (so something kind of cheap)

    Anyone got ideas?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. CheshireGato

    CheshireGato DIS Veteran

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    Get a Photopass picture with the 3 of you, buy a copy for each of them, and put it in a nice frame :)
     
  4. Pixiafurie

    Pixiafurie College Dreamer

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    Treat everyone to desert and watch a show. Gibson Girl just reopened with a fantastic menu that your family could pick and choose from.
     
  5. nikkislaght

    nikkislaght DIS Veteran

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    Make sure you get the free birthday buttons from City Hall. Just being in Disney is present enough for me.. :)
    There are little things you can do inside the parks... little trinkets . photo frames that are reasonably priced.

    Before we leave for our trips I hit Michaels and Target $1.oo section they always have Disney stuff.

    The party planning stores have Disney stuff. as does the Dollar store... you can gather a few things together and make a little gift basket to give them when you get there...


    Hope you all have fun...
     
  6. pixiewings71

    pixiewings71 <marquee><font color=deeppink>Sweet!!! Totally!!!!

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    Instead of a PP photo, get a silhouette done of the 3 of you. You get 2 and you can buy frames at the shop. It's a great inexpensive gift that will have meaning for life.
     
  7. Renae De Liz

    Renae De Liz Lost Girl

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    If they are kids at heart, they have this "My Disneyland Birthday Party" with Mickey and Minnie! in the park. It's 16.99 a person, but you'll get to decorate a cake, get a mug, and some party hats, etc, as well as a visit from Minnie & Mickey! :) You could sign everyone up for that, then make a cool invitation to it, and give that to your mom and grandmother before the trip.
     

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