Is your child a fan of Doc McStuffins? If it’s true, so give her a Doc McStuffins birthday party and invite all of Dottie’s toy friends, including Stuffy, Hallie, Lambie, and Chilly! These cute and colorful Doc McStuffins birthday party ideas will inspire your birthday girl to sing, dance, and play.
The doctor has arrived. Are you trying to figure out how to throw your child a Doc McStuffins birthday party? Instead of obsessing over it and trying to figure out where to begin, check out these ideas for a Doc Mcstuffins birthday party.
Show your youngster a good time by throwing a Doc McStuffins themed birthday party complete with fantastic décor and games. Set up an event for your child if they like Dottie and her friends or if they aspire to be a doctor one day. This Doc McStuffins party guide is jam-packed with Dottie-themed décor, food, party favors, invitations, and games.
Make a room full of Doc McStuffins decorations to greet your party visitors! With solid-colored decorations like pink, purple, and blue paper lanterns, themed banners, streamers, and swirl cutouts look fantastic.
You don’t need to study the Big Book of Boo Boos to figure out how to make your walls seem better! In little time at all, make a couple of balloon flowers out of pink, blue, and purple latex balloons. Make a garden around the walls with a few dangling tails from swirl decorations and some paper fans!
Table and Chair Setting
Use Doc McStuffins dinnerware and favors to set an attractive party table! To keep your young physicians entertained while you bring out the cake, wrap cutlery in a lunch napkin and wristband, top a plate with a party hat and blowout, and leave amusing favors along the decorated table.
Use pink and white dessert plates and Doc McStuffins swirl decorations to whip up some chair decor faster than you can say “All better!” Hot-glue or tape five paper plate “petals” around the central plate, which is also face-down. When you connect the flower to the chair, flip it right-side up and add a swirl cutout to the middle. I love it!
With hats and stethoscopes, you and any adult volunteers helping with your celebration can dress up as nurses. Nurses aid doctors and care for patients, so a nurse costume will make you the ideal companion for your little doctors-in-training.
Make your party area resemble a hospital. Make a sign indicating the various regions of your party and give them amusing names. “Cafeteria” for the table, “Gift Shop” for the party favors, and “Emergency Room” for the playing space.
Bundles of balloons should be grouped together and weighed down with balloon weights or plush animals. Add a Doc McStuffins balloon bouquet to complete the look.
Doc McStuffins Birthday Invitations
If you don’t have time to make your own invites, consider these personalized Doc McStuffins Party invitations from Drevio. You can simply include your child’s name as well as all of the party information.
Creative invitations, generate anticipation and set the tone for the celebration even before it begins! Your invitation can be modified in terms of shape, language, and delivery method to match your theme.
Party Foods Ideas
Preparing and serving themed party food can be enjoyable. Try meals with hearts and attractive colors for a Doc McStuffins party. Here are some more suggestions:
- For a delectable and thematic approach to baked goods, make linzer heart cookies in the shape of bandages.
- Dottie and other doctors understand the significance of eating well. “An apple a day keeps the doctor away!” they say. Arrange fruit and vegetable platters with other nutritious items such as salads or cereal.
- Fill plastic syringes halfway with gelatin and chill until ready to use. As a consequence, you’ll have a fun, kid-friendly Jello shot!
- Serve purple and pink treats such as cupcakes, candy, and other treats. Food dye can be used to color a wide range of items.
- Jellybeans, sixlets, lollipops, gumballs, and jawbreakers are among the purple and pink candies available from the Doc’s “pharmacy.” Give the kids bags with a choice of candy medicine to take home.
Animal Check Up
Get the youngsters white doctor coats and let them pretend to be doctors. Get some toy animals and have them pretend to be doctors.
Pin the Bandaid on Lambie
Get a Lambie poster and display it on your wall. The child is then blindfolded and must apply bandages to Lambie’s wounds. The game is won by the person who applies bandages to Lambie’s boo boo.
Doc Mcstuffins Pinata
Blindfold the birthday youngster and give him or her something to hit the pinata with. Allow them to continue hitting the piata until it breaks and candy falls out.
The party may be over, but the good times aren’t! Send your little doctors home with some wonderful favor cups so they can continue the celebration at home! Fill reusable Doc McStuffins favor cups with fluffy paper shred and fun party favors such as crayons, hair ties, and little mirrors.
With a Doc McStuffins favor pack, making favors is a breeze. With a favor bundle stocked with enough sweets for up to eight guests, you can make charming gifts for each one. Make sure you acquire matching favor bags as well!
Tic Tac Pill Boxes
I think it’s really sweet to turn a Tic Tacs bottle into a quick medicine case by adding a name to it. These could be placed on your food table or distributed in favor bags.
While looking for the source of the labels in the image and some free downloads for you guys, I was unable to discover any that were for authentic Tic Tac labels. But the ones from Etsy are adorable!
You can make instant “Say Ahh” thermometers by dipping large pretzel rods in white chocolate melts and then icing them with pink frosting (or pink candy melts). Delicious and cute! Once the white chocolate has dried, you might additionally draw on the thermometer area with a red food coloring pen.
The word play “McStuffins Muffins” is so adorable. You can make muffins from scratch, from a mix, or from store-bought muffins. After adding the finished muffins to a second colored cupcake paper that has yet to be used, finish the look by adding a cute paper decoration that is attached to a straw or lollipop stick.
The Doc can serve up a fun “pharmacy” of purple and pink candies such as jellybeans, sixlets, lollipops, gumballs and jawbreakers. Provide bags for the kids to take home a variety of candy medicine.
First Aid Memory Game
You will require a doctor’s bag filled with medical supplies for this game (a toy doctor bag or first aid kit with 5-7 items in it work perfectly). Show the players all of the medical items while explaining their purposes as you have them sit in a circle.
Then, with the music playing, put all the materials back in the bag and have the players pass it around the circle. The player holding the bag closes their eyes and raises it above their head when the music stops. The player can then open their eyes, look inside the bag, and try to determine which item is missing when you remove one item from it.
If they get it right they get a prize and then get to go color ( or get their face painted, get a cupcake – any alternative activity). If they get it wrong the game starts again and the player stays in until they get it right. Play until all players have made a correct guess
Fix’em Up Relay Race
A child cannot move past the start line until a bandaid is placed in their hand. The first to cover all eight boo boo’s and make it back to the finish line wins the game!
Teams compete in this free printable game to treat their injured “beary” victims. A box of bandages and our printable Bear Boo Boos are required (8 bandaids for every team you make)
Form two teams of 2-4 players out of the players. At the finish line, there are prints of three injured bears for each team.
The teams form a line. A bandage is applied to one of the bears’ scrapes as the first player sprints to the finish line. After that, they grab a wrapped bandage and sprint back to the beginning to give it to the person in line after them, who then does the same.
Healthy snacks can be enjoyable. Dip your vegetables in little plastic cups. Serve the carrot and celery sticks in the cup with a small amount of dressing and while you’re on the go! There are also recipes for pretzels, popcorn, colorful fruit skewers, oatmeal raisin cookies, and more.