Showing our #DisneySide and Practicing our Manners

Posted by Liz McCoy Thursday, March 19, 2015
Thanks to Disney Parks and Mom Select for the opportunity to host a Disney @Home Celebration, and for the goodies that came in our party pack.  All opinions expressed here are my own and here is how we showed our #DisneySide.


Last month I received a package in the mail full of goodies and treats.  Originally we were going to have a birthday party but my just turned 4 year old was having a hard time recovering from a stomach bug so our party got moved to Valentine's Day which also happened to be the day we were scheduled to have a Children's Fellowship. Part of our topic for the day was learning manners and how we could be kind to others with our good manners.




Is there any better way to have good manners than at a tea party?  All the goodies in our party box were just right for a princess tea!




My daughter & her grandma made some super sweet Frozen cupcakes we found at our local Sam’s Club. They were super cute and a big hit with all the kids (and parents).





We had all the boys seat the girls and we all practiced our manners while we ate our snacks and treats.




Even the boys used their manners, they just didn’t use the hats.



After the “tea” party time we played games and activities that were provided in the pack.  The favorites were pin the smile on Mickey & Disney Parks Bingo.  All the kids participated in the pin the smile on Mickey there were so many laughs and giggles when the blind fold came off.




I loved how classic games like pin the smile on Mickey or Bingo were just as much fun for the kids as if we’d had a video game or something “high tech”. We used goldfish crackers as our bingo markers, I think the kids ate as many as they used on their boards. The bingo games got a bit excited at times and we all cheered for each of the winners.




We all had a great time showing our #DisneySide and playing games and practicing our manners.


The older girls in our group enjoyed making hair barrettes with the craft kit that also came in the box.


The party pack came with a bunch of great goodies to make party favors for all the ladies big and little. The girls were excited to receive the princess goodies and I added a few other treats in there too.




We had boys at the party so I found in my stash a few Disney goodies to make favors that suited the young gentleman in our Children’s Fellowship.




The goodies even covered party favors for the parents. Which they really liked getting a gift too.



Overall we had a great time celebrating and practicing our manners and showing our #DisneySide.


Thanks again to DisneyParks and MomSelect for sending me the party pack.

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