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If  you’ve ever hosted a “theme” party you may or may not have had a hard time finding everything you wanted while staying within budget. Well, if you’ve ever thought about hosting a Disney themed party I have good news for you! You can find SO many things for cheap and some for free.


Thanks to Disney Parks and MomSelect I had the chance to host a multi-generational (party for parents, kids, grands…) #DisneySide @Home Celebration with free items they sent me, as well as items I purchased myself. Opinions are my own. I’m also using my Amazon affiliate link.


Like I said, I found so many Disney themed items available at different stores in my area and at budget-friendly prices! Some of the things I received from Disney Parks and MomSelect are things you can get for free from a special website I’ll share later in this post.


Finding free and frugal party supplies #DisneySide #sponsored


I started out collecting ideas and pinning them to my DisneySide Pinterest board here  and looking around at different stores in my area. I found great Disney deals at Target ($1, $3 prizes), Deals (prizes), and the Dollar Tree (party supplies).

You can see the Dollar Tree Weekly Ad here.


Because I felt I needed some “boy” prizes or goodie bag stuffers I looked on Amazon and found some great deals on fun boy-things that came in large quantities like these LED finger lights that were a hit! I also found this super fun Olaf wall or window decal! I thought we’d use him for some photo-opp fun.


Olaf window decal


I loved the idea of decorating with the pages of a dollar Disney calendar! I laminated the Frozen calendar pages and after the party handed them out to the girls who wanted them.  I bought those adorable Disney shopping totes at Target for $1 each as a gift for the women themselves or one per family.


cheap Disney decorating


We played a couple #DisneySide games with free printables you can get here. See the big Mickey face in the picture above? Well, that was the “pin the smile on Mickey” game we never got around to doing, but we did play the games pictured below. Again, you can find links to free printables for games, invitations, food cards and more at the Disney Celebration website here. You’ll also find a lot of other ideas and recipes for having a successful #DisneySide party of your own!


free #DisneySide printables

I also received some free samples of various nut butters from Artisana Foods for my guests to take home. Via Disney Parks and MomSelect I received Twinings Teas, a Duff tie-dye cake mix, HP photo cards/envelope sets, and other items.

frugal tips for a #Disney theme party

I hope you enjoy the video below that I put together of some highlights from the party, it’s a mix of pictures and actual video.


I received free products from Disney Parks and MomSelect in order to host a #DisneySide @Home Celebration of my own. These have been my own opinions.

You can view the Dollar Tree Weekly Ad here.