Glittery medicine bottles and doctor’s office inspired desserts can only mean one thing: The Doc Is In! Beverley Piacente totally transformed her daughter’s play area for this glitzy, crafty, and all around ADORABLE Doc McStuffins Birthday Party…filled with ideas I *heart* like an x-ray photo prop, marshmallow Lambie cupcakes, and rhinestone + glitter embellished everything! Before we “check up” on all the impressive details – which were beautifully captured by amieKindall Photography – I recommend a new prescription of “party medicine” (aka Jelly Beans!) for your soon-to-be-realized sweet tooth daydream…
PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:
- Fantastic FREE Doc McStuffins printables from Delicate Construction
- Glitter craft paper and rhinestone lined dessert trays and party signs
- Pink latex gloves, glitter & flower embellished headbands, toy stethoscopes and photo prop “x-ray”
- Cookie bandages, Lambie cupcakes, frosting shots, “cough syrup” jello cups and pretzel rod “thermometers”
- Dottie’s chocolate “Kisses For Your Boo Boos” and “Vitamin” M&M candies
- Crafted clinic sign, guest check-in sheet, “waiting area” play station and patient files
PARTY DETAILS as told by Beverley…
For my daughter’s sixth birthday, we thought it would be a great idea to turn her playroom (normally set up as a kitchen) into a Doc McStuffin’s clinic. I packed up all of her usual toys and replaced them with glittery medicine bottles, doctor tools, a photo prop “X Ray” and canisters filled with medical supplies. I grabbed a filing cabinet my my office and hung some cute Doc themed printables I found online. I also sized down scrub tops and my husband even ordered some extra small hot pink latex gloves for the guests to wear!
We kept it pretty simple for the savory snacks (sandwich slices, chips and veggies), but went ALL OUT for the dessert table. Doc themed sweets included cookie “bandages”, jello cup “cough syrup”, pretzel rod “thermometers”, candy “vitamins” and “medicine”, frosting-filled syringes, cotton candy “stuffin” and marshmellow “cotton balls”. I hung paper fans, lanterns & poms to highlight the table and even made a custom Doc doll for my daughter. Oh, and the cake and cupcakes – a Doc topped cake and Lambie cupcakes were custom made for the event. Not only did they look good, but they tasted awesome!
Each guest was equiped with a Doc inspired headband and Book of Boo Boos, as well as a patient file. And as a parting favor, each of the little “doctors” received their own doctor kit in a sparkly pink zip pouch.
What made this event so special, is that is was like one big play date!