Well it’s official my little girl is three, going on twenty.
Even though she wasn’t even interested in the movie Frozen until a week ago, she always loved the “blue princess” aka Elsa. So, a Frozen themed party was in order.
I can not take credit for how absolutely cute this turned out. I got most of these ideas from Pinterest, the only thing I can take credit for coming up with on my own is the castle.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the Frozen craziness!
Frozen Themed Birthday Party
Little B had a blast opening presents and absolutely loved bouncing from activity to activity during her party.
B and her party friends had fun using “Frozen” themed cookie cutters to have some Frozen play dough fun. They created snowmen, snowflakes, and even a cottage. You can find the recipe for this play dough at Home Down Inspiration. I also recycled Elsa Yogurt cups and sent all of our party friends home with their own Frozen Dough.
We had Sven Snacks, Olaf Noses, Jell-O Ice Cubes, Ice Princess Popcorn, Snowballs, and Frozen Grapes, along with a few other non themed food. And of course Elsa’s dress cake, more on that in a few. I got inspiration for the food here and here, and the Frozen themed sign and food tags, here.
This is probably the part of the party that I am most proud of, the Elsa Dress Cake. I got the inspiration for this cake here and am just so excited that I was actually able to pull it off.
This Frozen Rice Sensory Bin was a huge hit. Not only did the kids love playing with the cold rice, they enjoyed finding the hidden Frozen characters buried in the rice, and making a big mess. The peppermint smell was an added bonus. You can find details on how to pull off this really cool party activity here.
My amazingly talented husband traced this onto a poster board and then we used clip art carrots for this super fun game. The kids didn’t care so much about where the nose went, as much as they did about spinning around and around.
This was a last-minute addition to the party plans. We used recycled boxes, Duct Tape, and an exact-o knife, and voilà!
For most of the decorations we used things that we had around the house. I used Christmas tree lights around the doorways and coffee filters for the snowflakes. I did buy plastic snowflakes from the Dollar Store to hang from the lights and around the room.
All in all, the kids had a blast and we created this fun-filled party on a budget. 🙂
I hope that this will inspire or help you create an absolutely magical Frozen party for your little one. Please feel free to comment or email me if you have any questions.
Warmest wishes and HUGS,