You can add text that on the back that reads something like:
Anna is turning three!
You’re always welcome in her bowtique!
When: September 5th; 2:00 PM
Where: 77 Claret Avenue
You can use a pink crayon, white marker or pink glitter pen to write the text on the black paper. Additional ideas for Minnie’s Bowtique invitations:
- Free, printable Minnie’s Bowtique invites from DisneyFamily.com.
- Photo of the birthday child dressed as Minnie Mouse.
- A cardstock invitation that has been cut into the shape of a bow.
- Pink with white polka-dot invitation cards.
- Make additional cutouts like the ones for the invitations. String them together to create a Minne’s bowtique garland.
- Set the party table with black and pink paper plates that have been arranged to form Minnie’s head and ears.
- Fold paper napkins into the shape of bows.
- Add black mouse ears to pink party hats.
In addition to using bowties for a pasta dish, suggestiosn for Minnie’s bowtique party food include:
- Butterfly cookie cutter sandwiches.
- Minnie-face sandwiches.
- Marshmallows “dotted” with pink sugar crystals.
- Minnie Mouse birthday cake.
- Mouse ear cupcakes.
- Minnie (mini) marshmallows.
- Minnie (mini) meatball sliders.
- Minnie’s Punch (pink lemonade mixed with seltzer).
- Chocolate sandwich creme cookies, arranged in the pattern of mouse ears.
Games and Crafts
More ideas for party activities:
- Make party hats ears.
- Minnie and Daisy relay race: Divide guests into two teams: Team Minnie and Team Daisy. Set out a pink outfit for team Minnie and a purple outfit for team Daisy. Line up the teams and have the first players from each team race to dress in their outfits. Once dressed, the players must take the outfits off and pass it to the next players in line. The first team whose players have all worn the outfit wins the race.
- Try a few of the Mickey and Minnie inspired crafts and activities from DisneyFamily.com.
- Minnie Ear Treat bags. Write “thank you” on ear-shaped cutouts, and staple them to loot bags filled with treats.
- Bowtique Photos: During the party, have kids wear the bows they made and pose for a photo, just like the patrons at Minnie’s bowtique! Print the photos for guests to take home. You can even make paper photo frames with a polka dot pattern to hold the photos.
- Turn snack-size zipper bags into bows by filling with candy and cinching in the center with ribbon.
- Mouse ears.