Mickey And The Roadster Racers Party Behind the Scenes

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Mickey and The Roadster Racers are zooming in to rescue anyone in need and help kids learn life lessons along the way! Our Mickey and the Roadster Racers Party celebrated the whole team from our sponsor, Disney Junior, combining the classic look of Mickey, the bright colors of the racers, and a classic race car theme!

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Behind The Scenes Of Our Mickey And The Roadster Racers Party

If you haven’t checked out the Mickey and the Roadster Racers show on Disney Junior, you must zoom on over and take a peek. It truly is fun for all ages! In each episode Mickey goes on an adventure that includes racing around town or around the world.

Mickey’s classic pals, Minnie, Daisy, Donald Duck, and Goofy are ALWAYS in tow to help tackle any issues that come up! Each character has their own car and their own racing outfit. This means tons and tons of color! We incorporated all this bright fun color into every element of the Mickey and the Roadster Racers party. Note: this post contains affiliate links.

Setting Up A Mickey And The Roadster Racers Party

The first thing our party attendees saw when they arrived was a giant Mickey Ears Balloon Arch.

This Mickey balloon arch is amazing!

In addition to that huge focal point, we incorporated small decorations that matched our Mickey party racing theme.

Colorful flags make the decor so bright!

Classic black and white checkered racing flags and colored bunting flags are easy to hang around the perimeter of your outdoor party space.

We also used these plastic caution cones with racing flags sticking out of them. The cute cone/flag combo was used all over the party. We lined the walkways, tied balloons to them, and even put them on the tabletops.

This dining table is vroomtastic!

The tables were set with a black and white checkered cloth to mimic the racing flags, and a table runner that looked like a road.

This Mickey and the Roadster Racers party is amazing!

The bowls we used for our cereal bar were just plain black plastic bowels enhanced with a simple DIY project. We hot glued the printable Mickey ears from the Disney Junior website to really jazz the up and give every bowl a Mickey shape.

We continued the black and white checkered theme in our photo booth with pops of each of the Roaster Racers’ colors.

To make this cute photo backdrop, we used black plastic table clothes and a checkered table cloth. Make a simple balloon garland and you have the perfect spot to snap a shot of your little winner!

Plastic Table clothes and balloons make this cute backdrop!

If you loved our DIY Roadster bowls, you can use the same printables to make the cute mix and match Mickey Ear headbands!

These Mickey ears are just what your Mickey and the Roadster Racers party needs!

For our Minnie and Daisy Happy Helpers tent we used pink and purple, and added a bit of glam with sequin table runners.

These Happy Helpers are HAPPY to HELP!

Classic metal car signs gave the party a bit of a vintage flair!

Use old tires for some cool decor!

My favorite part of the party was the trophy cookie trays for the kids. After the kids were done racing around, they were treated to Mickey sugar cookies in vintage car trays.  Don’t forget the trophies!

The best gift for a winner!

Bright colors and fun racing elements make this Mickey and the Roadster Racers party one of the best parties we’ve thrown to date! Check out more pictures from our Mickey Party (including our homemade car wash sprinkler station that was a TON of fun), and get more Disney Junior FRiYAY ideas on Pinterest.

About Leah Leatherby

Hi! My name is Leah Leatherby. I graduated from UC Davis with a BS in Textiles Marketing and Science. Since then, I have had four little ones – three boys and a girl. My life now consists of planning parties, baking cookies, and watching my kids. My husband has 75 first cousins alone, so we pretty much have an event every weekend! It keeps us busy, and lets me get my creative juices flowing.