Fantasmic Birthday Party

This year for my son’s Birthday he wanted to do a Fantasmic theme!  I knew that this would be a challenge, since there aren’t any Fantasmic (or even Fantasia, which is similar) themed party supplies or anything.  I took a bit of research, craftiness, and lots of imagination, but we pulled it off!  We got the Sorcerer Mickey robe from Etsy.  I made the cups from a red solo cup, gold ribbon/rope (tied into a bow and hot glued to the cup), and some paper straws I found on Etsy.  The cake was made by the insanely talented Nichole Hamm (if you haven’t seen the Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night cake she made, make sure to check it out here!), the star toppers were from Etsy, the glitter number 6 was from Hobby Lobby, the confetti was a custom order from this Etsy shop, the plates were ordered from Meri Meri. and everything else was purchased either at Disney World (some of it through the Shop Disney Parks app) or Party City for the generic party stuff.

I love planning parties and this was a blast for me!  Below are some photos of the decor and one of the portraits I did of my son for the party.  In the words of Sorcerer Mickey, “Some imagination, huh?”




Disney World

My family and I were recently blessed with the opportunity to take our first trip to Disney World!  We had a wonderful time and made so many magical memories!  While we were there, I took the opportunity to get some photos of our sweet little princess in the Magic Kingdom and EPCOT!  I got some of her as Cinderella in front of Cinderella’s Castle, some of her as Snow White in front of the little cottage they have there (which they use for Enchanted Tales With Belle), and also some of her as Princess Jasmine in the Moroccan Pavilion in the World Showcase.  My little girl is typically one who hates the camera, but she did so well with these photos!  Must have had some Disney magic during this trip!