Post family Disney-theme night ideas HERE!

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  1. MissAndrea

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  3. nettii

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    I love the idea of a breakfast. sometimes its so hard to find the time to get my family all togther for a night of dinner and a movie. I tink I might try this,
    how did you do the Mickey toast? Sooo cute! and those plates LOVE EM did you get them recently? and I also love the idea of coloring a picture and framing it! YOu have great ideas! Keep them coming and enjoy!
     
  4. MissAndrea

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    The Mickey toast came from a toast press thingy I got at WDW. It was pretty cheap if I'm remembering right. The two black Mickey head shaped plates came from WDW, the big white Mickey head was given to me by a friend, and the white plates that we ate off of (Donald and Pluto) were also a gift but I'm pretty sure the came from the store Tuesday Morning. :)
     
  5. pesto78749

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    In honor of Princess Tiger Lily creator of this great thread we started with Peter Pan. Here is the menu I hope... I have never tried to post pictures!
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    Pictures not showing up I am on a mac and just dragging them over but that just gives me words any ideas and I will post them again.
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    Just in case it does not show up we had:
    Peter Pan Pirate ship Pizza's with pixie dust (parmesan cheese)
    Cannon balls in enemy ships Crunchy Peas ( think dry roasted)
    Cap'n hooks Pirate sword ( fresh baby carrot)
    Shred of Peters Suit (fried Okra)
    Pixie Dust Fruit Wands
    You can fly juice ( sparking pear and apple juice)
    Lime Swords ( lime juice frozen fruit bars)

    The kids made a treasure hunt of each other and I hid the treasure( gum and a chocolate bar) for each of them when they showed me their final hiding place for each other. The other brother had to wait in the bathroom till this was finished so there would be no peeking! And we played the downloaded game the pp listed. Thanks so much for your wonderful ideas. Usually the thought of this takes me weeks of planing, but a quick trip to the store made this one possible. We will be doing a Monsters Inc nite as I ordered the Monsters Inc game of Life from Amazon. I also found Toy Story Stuff and Cars stuff at the store on sale. Thinking about ordering Lugui's Tire Stacking game form Amazon but wondering if it is all that fun. And one with great Car's board game ideas?
     
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    I just saw this cute "acorns" and thought of you...

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_L-deInbQA...ear-birthday-bash-woodland-birthday-party.JPG
     
  8. Becc1

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    We did an Under the Sea meal with Finding Nemo and The Little Mermaid as our movie selections. Since we were watching 2 movies we started the party early. Finding Nemo was up first, we watched the movie, took a break and had some snacks which were goldfish and dried apricot Nemos and then moved onto The Little Mermaid. When we were finished with the movies it was craft time, the kids made jellyfish decorations and colored fish cutouts. Then it was time for dinner, on the menu was Flounder's fishsticks, Sebastian's crab claws, Dory's chicken fingers, Nemo's shells and cheese and for dessert Ariel Ocean blue jello and Crush's cupcakes. It was a fun afternoon, we all had a great time and are already planning our next dinner!

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    The Crush cupcakes are adorable!!!!!
     
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    Our family loves these ideas. We have been trying to do on every other week to help with the disney blues
     
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    We're looking forward to the new Phineas and Ferb special on Friday and we might try a theme night...any ideas? I am going to go google some ideas now:)
     
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    Phin & Ferb sounds fun. Post some ideas if you can find them.

    I want to do a Harry Potter night. Still trying to brainstorm that one.
     
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    "Dog Food and Dog Bones" sloppy joe in bowls an make dog bones out of bread or biscuits

    "Dog treats" sugar cookies made in shapes of different dog treats


     
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    I can't wait to start doing these movie nights to countdown to our trip. We just booked it tonight, so yeah, now I can start on the fun stuff. I've been doing crazy movie nights for my kids for a year or two, but now I am excited to do them as Disney countdowns. Thanks for all the great ideas, very inspirational. Hopefully I'll contribute soon!
     
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    Just to give you a quick way to do the first.... We made bones for my DD's Halloween party. Buy the can of breadstick dough from Pillsbury or whatever. On each end, snip down the middle just a little bit then fan out the ends when you put them on the pan to bake. They turned out great.

    There's also the Scooby Snacks graham crackers that are bone shaped.
     
  17. DisneyFirstTimer10

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    Hi everyone!

    We are going to switch it up a bit and take the kids out to the movies tomorrow to see Tangled for our Disney Family party- We are going to the Noon show, and then coming back home for lunch/snacks/play time

    If you have seen the movie can you recommend any food or activities that would tie in?

    THANKS!
     
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    Anyone have any ideas for food for a Disney transportation night?? LOL I know its a weird one but my boys love the busing and monorails. I have lots of decor and games, just no food ideas
     
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    That's so funny that you posted this because I was going to go over to that same site and post a link to the Rapunzel stuff. I already am thinking of things for a Rapunzel night. We saw the movie back in November and my kids can't wait for it to come out on dvd in March!

    Don't forget Rapunzel's favorite soup
    http://family.go.com/disney/pkg-disney-recipes/recipe-953126-rapunzels-squash-and-hazelnut-soup-t/

    and these biscuits are adorable
    http://family.go.com/disney/pkg-disney-recipes/recipe-939211-orange-biscuit-braids-t/
     
  21. nancy drew

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    I was *just* asking DD what she thought we could do for a Tangled night. I came up with spaghetti, because it looks like a pile of hair!
     

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