*I received free products in order to host the Disney Side @Home Celebration. The opinions expressed here are my own.*
On Sunday we had way too many people in my little townhouse, but it was great! Everyone has been eager to get out of their house and socialize thanks to all this snow we've had lately.
We didn't use EVERYTHING that came in the kit, but I know they'll get used. For instance, we didn't have time to make cookies this week, but Charlie loves helping mommy make cookies so we'll do some next week.
It was crazy and crowded and loud! Everyone really did have a good time though. We ate, socialized, shared some Disney goodies, and played a couple games.
|some of the goodies we were sent in our Celebration kit|
Charlie was adorable as a little host. He told everyone it was his party. He handed out the Craisins to all his friends. Then he got all the bracelets, put them all on, then handed them out to his friends.
|munchies for the party|
Charlie kept telling people there was food to eat. If only my friends would eat as much as I make. I also had a big crockpot of sausages and I made pigs in a blanket. Per usual, I made too much food.
|some of the kids playing DisneySide Bingo|
|the adults loved DisneySide Bingo too!|
The adults were yelled at by the kiddos for playing Bingo because the kids wanted to win! The first prize went to an adult and she LOVED the Belle Squinkies that I had as a prize!
|Everyone loved the Mickey & Minnie posters!|
Some hosts went crazy party-planning, but with a 3 month old and an almost 3 year old, that's not really my style right now. The point of the party was to get together, have some fun, and show how everyone has a DisneySide!
If you'd like some ideas on planning your own DisneySide Celebration, check out www.DisneySideCelebrations.com. You'll find recipes, themes, and activity ideas here!
Again, I want to thank MomSelect for choosing me as a host for this awesome party and HP, American Tourister, Ocean Spray, and of course Disney for some awesome goodies for our party!