Doc McStuffins Party Ideas
Last year I worked with Juli from Tabletop Treats to update and create some fun new printables for her daughter’s 4th birthday. The theme that she picked was Doc McStuffins…and let me tell you: the details (and the sweets) are To.Die.For. Take a look at some of the gorgeous details! All party printables/paper goods are available in my Etsy shop. As part of this competition and in writing this post, I was given and/or compensated with product. This post contains links to those products. In some cases, I may receive additional compensation as a result of clicking the links. All opinions contained in this post are my own.
Julie’s daughter’s name is Quinn – so of course we had a lot of “Doc McQuinn” at this party. Here is the complete table set up.
This cute pink-glittered clipboard was the perfect accessory for the custom “Doc is In” sign.
If you’ve ever watched Doc McStuffins on television, you’ve probably seen the child-like drawing of the stuffed bear hanging in her “office”. This cute printable was the perfect compliment to the table decor.
So many cute details – I’m not sure where to start!
Custom “bandage” boxes looked great with these wraps. If you can’t find boxes of bandages, you could also purchase Doc McStuffins Band-Aid brand bandages. Click here for Band-Aid Adhesive Assorted Bandages, Doc Mcstuffins, 20 Count (Pack of 6)
There are so many cute details, that I really can’t decide which are my favorite. I think near the top of my list are these “Pill Bottles” – complete with prescription labels. Although these bottles aren’t available any longer, I did find these on Amazon which you could easily use for this same idea.
4 oz Clear Plastic Square Bottle with White Lid 6 pk (plus BONUS 2 oz Bottle). (If you decide to purchase a different bottle, please be sure to purchase a “food safe” plastic as not all bottles are.
Tic Tacs! Totally fun and easy to do: tic tac Strawberry Fields Singles, 1 Ounce (Pack of 12)
I’ll let the photos of the other sweets speak for themselves. I absolutely LOVE the creative food names – perfect for the party for sure!
Ummm – YUM! Cotton Candy! Need I say more?
One of my other ALL TIME favorite elements of this party is the “Frosting Shots”. Oh.Em.Gee. I seriously died when I saw these. HOW CLEVER! I love it. And I’m sure every kid at the party LOVED to squirt that frosting right into their mouths. Here’s a link so you can purchase your own “shots” (unfilled of course): 25 Pack EZ-InjectTM Jello Shot Syringes (Medium 1.5oz) Again – please be sure that they are suitable for food!
And they are so cute – I’m sharing TWO photos with you! (And you can see the cake! Yep – that’s EDIBLE!)
Can’t forget the boxes the kids used to collect all of their goodies!
She also had gumballs, rock candy, candy sticks, and push ups with cake in them. (I’ll have links at the end so you can order.)
Did you see this fabric banner on the front of the display? I love it!
All of the printables are available in my Etsy shop. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, be sure to send me a message. I’m happy to help.