Are you looking for Minnie Mouse inspired party ideas? You have come to the right place. This fun party candy board can be made for a small family or made larger for any sized gathering. With pretty pink candies and some fun Minnie picks, this Disney loving board is going to be so fun to make.
MINNIE MOUSE PARTY CANDY TRAY
If you’re hosting a DIY Disney themed party, a candy board is a very fun option. While there are not a ton of Minnie Mouse candies on the market, with the few fun things that I’ve found and neat complimentary candies, it will be a hit. Add some polka dot candies and sweet treats and I think Minnie Mouse would love this cute little nod.
If you are also a Mickey Mouse fan, you might want to check out this party candy board, too. They are both super cute in their own ways.
MINNIE MOUSE BRANDED CANDY
Minnie Mouse Jelly Belly Jelly Beans, here.
Minnie Mouse Pinata Candy, here.
Minnie Mouse Pez Dispenser, here.
Minnie Mouse Candles – used for decoration/theming, here. (Not edible)
MINNIE MOUSE INSPIRED CANDY & TREATS
For this candy party board, I focused on two main colors both pink and teal/light blue. Generally I recommend sticking to no more than 4 colors where possible for the best theming. These two colors worked and then there are little hints of other colors blended in a little bit.
Minnie Mouse Sprinkles – there are no official sprinkle blends currently on the market, but there are some inspired options. My favorite Minnie Mouse inspired sprinkles are pretty bows in shades of pink. Find them here.
Pastel Gumballs. – Gumballs are one of my top go-to add-ons for candh boards. For this one, I chose Shimmer Pink, here.
Small Candies – Mini Pastel Heart Candies are perfect for making the board feel nice and full. I used the pink, blue and white hearts from this blend, here.
Pink Polkadot Buttermints add such an adorable flair to your candy board, here.
Pastel Cake Bites – another fun go-to treat can be found here. They come in a variety of flavors/colors to match your board.
Pastel Cookies – Pillsbury Confetti Big Cookies, prepared are a go-to for any pastel candy boards. Any kind of pink or blue cookies or pink or blue frosted cookies or cupcakes would be perfect.
Swirl Lollipops – are totally a hot pick for candy boards. Here are the colors that I chose:
- Aqua Swirl Lollipops, here. Note: The stock image used is definitely not the actual color (sadly), see the true color in my photos in this post.
- Hot Pink Swirl Lollipop, here.
Color It Candy Light Pink Sixlets, here.
These are my top picks, but the sky is the limit when it comes to creating these fun party treats.
QUICK TIPS FOR MAKING CANDY BOARDS
- Choose board/tray + candies you will use sticking to 2-4 colors.
- Put down smaller filler candies as a starting base.
- Put candies/treats down and alternate types/colors to make your selections stand out.
- Go back in with smaller filler candies/sprinkles to fill in any unexpected spaces.
Voila! You now have a fun Minnie inspired candy board that will be the hit of any at-home celebration or beyond.
Your Minnie Mouse party will be fun no matter if it’s just your family gathered around or your other creative ideas.
DISNEY CANDY BOARDS
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