A Minnie Mouse Birthday and Spaghetti Salad

Recently we went to the birthday party for Matthew’s best friend Leslie. It was a Minnie Mouse Birthday Party and she is lucky enough to have some wonderful Aunts who decked out a family members pool for the event. These women thought of EVERYTHING. When we pulled up to the house Minnie was there to guide us to the Party, where I had the most amazing spaghetti salad ever!
 
easy spaghetti salad, perfect side dish for summer
 
The pool was decked out in pink and white, let me show you all the great decorations. They used dollar store table cloths under the deck to make a draped canopy.
 
 
This is a Happy Birthday Banner they made with tulle ribbon and Minnie heads.
 
 

They made signs for all the food and drinks just in case there was any confusion between a gold fish and an M&M.

I had to throw in this picture of the most docile sweet dog ever, hiding like a little kid under the table. I think he was hoping for someone to drop him something.
 
 
The main course, cheese burgers shaped like Mickey’s Head. She used a Cookie Cutter to make these. 

Use a cookie cutter to shape your cheese burgers like mickey mouse

 The desserts were cupcakes and cookies. These unbelievable cookies were made by a local teacher.
 
 
  
 So here is the recipe for the spaghetti salad. It was light and really flavorful and perfect with burgers and baked beans. You could even add some shrimp to it and make it a meal.
 
 

A Minnie Mouse Birthday and Spaghetti Salad
 
Author:
Recipe type: Side Dish
Ingredients
  • Ingredients 
  • 1 box angel hair pasta 
  • Whishbone Italian Dressing (the small bottle) 
  • Mc Cormick Salad Seasoning 
  • Red Onion diced 
  • Bell Pepper diced 
  • Cherry Tomatoes cut in half 
Instructions
  1. Boil the noodles and drain .
  2. Put the noodles in a bowl and pour on ¾ to all of the Italian dressing.
  3. Sprinkle on 4 tablespoons of the salad seasoning
  4. Toss together
  5. Taste, you may add more seasoning or dressing
  6. Put in the fridge to cool, (it is best to do it overnight or cook your noodles in the morning and put in the fridge all day.)
  7. Toss in your veggies and you are done.
Notes
You can sub veggies with anything you have on hand as well

There was one more surprise at this party. The couple that owns the house has a sweet spot for the wild animals that roam the neighborhood so they toss out feed for the deer. These deer hung out the entire party, in the back yard, it was amazing to watch and be this close. When one would run off, Matthew would ask where the reindeer were going, that one has Christmas on the brain 24/7.

  
 
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I'm a mom of 3 boys, 2 by birth one by marriage. I love to cook, watch chick flicks, read and drink wine. I hate cleaning up my craft messes, doing laundry and the dishes! I love watching my boys grow and change and see how differently they view the world. Join me on the blog where I try to provide you with recipes and tips to make your life easier!

Comments

  1. says

    We had a Minnie mouse 2nd birthday party too. I love the table cloths from the ceiling. So smart!

  2. says

    LOVE this!!!! Wish Sophie was little again so I could do this too. The deer and the dog were my favorite hightlights!!

    • says

      LOL wait till you try that Spaghetti salad! Did you check out the post of Mattie's haircut?

  3. says

    Great job on the party! Wow, you did an amazing job :) I love how you even made Minnie hamburger buns! Newest follower from the Wednesday Blog Hop!

  4. says

    That pasta salad looks so good! I love Italian salad dressing. I always marinate chicken or pork chops in it and then grill the meat. So yummy :)

  5. says

    Wanted to stop by and say thank you for linking up for blogworking wed! I hope you met some great new bloggers!

  6. Anonymous says

    Thanks for taking so many wonderful pictures of my baby's birthday. It was a great day and I am very blessed to have such great family and friends.I also love the spaghetti salad.

  7. says

    Cute blog…I am your newest follower from Monday Mingle.Anissa from Chasing Haileyhttp://chasinghailey.blogspot.com/

  8. says

    This was such a fun post to read! Can't get over the hamburger buns and the deer, love it!

  9. says

    Nice details, love the hamburger buns and the lovely deer, too! Thanks so much for sharing!

  10. says

    Your friends gave a great party for Leslie! Great how they carried the theme throughout! I also like seeing the uninvited guest (deer), very pretty creatures. Your salad sounds really good & thanks for sharing the recipe! Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success! Didn't know you had a party, will stop by tomorrow to join in!

  11. says

    OMG – adorable! I had a Mickey party for my little guy last year. I like yours better! Thanks for linking up to the Pomp Party! Pinning to our Pomp Party board!

  12. says

    Wow, what a great party! All those Minnie Mouse decorations are just too cute, and I love the cookie cutter for the burgers too :-) Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!

  13. says

    What an incredible party. I think the dog was a little let down that no actual mice showed up.

  14. says

    What wonderful guests!!!! I've never had spaghetti salad.. it looks GREAT!Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

  15. says

    That spaghetti sounds yummy& seems perfect for a party. What a cute Minnie party I love that she made the hamburger buns into little minnie heads.

  16. says

    apparently it was a burger maker from Amazon that cuts the bun and molds the burger,

  17. says

    Hi wanted to know where the cutters for the burgers came from and also how were all the signs made and tge banner?

    • says

      Km it was just a cookie cutter you can order it on amazon, all the signs and stuff her sister made using Photoshop. She downloaded the head and then got the free Disney Font and put them together.

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