Disney's Frozen Birthday Party Ideas
Do you want to build a FROZEN party?
Add excitement to your son or daughter's birthday this year by throwing them a Frozen birthday party! I'm here to help you get decorating ideas through party supplies and photos as well as help you plan your party A-Z: from the invitations to the cake! So grab a cup of hot cocoa, snuggle up in your favorite blanket and let's build a Frozen party!
Send out your Invitations
When it comes to invitations for a Frozen party, you have a bunch of options. You could go with the standard fill-in ones, make your own or order custom-made invittions and party tickets online from Etsy and Ebay. No matter which way you choose, you need to remember that your invitation is going to be the first thing your guests see and will clue them in to what your party theme is.
Frozen Party Decorating
Decorating a Frozen party is really easy! There are so many options to choose from. You can order a pre-made, officially licensed party kit which makes party planning a snap! Or, you can go on your own and create something special using your imagination.
One of the most popular themes when it comes to planning a Frozen party is snowflakes and snowmen. Make sure to include these EVERYWHERE. Snowflakes hanging decorations can really help to set the mood in your party space.
How about some ice blue colored streamers along with white, silver and ice blue colored balloons? This is another easy way to spruce up your room without breaking the budget.
So...I just gotta ask...
Who is your favorite Frozen movie character?
Frozen Snowflake Wand Cookies
Isn't this a cute idea? I found this video on YouTube and it really looks super-easy to make. Cut out the circles, stamp with a snowflake cookie cutter stamp and bake. These would really look great standing up in a vase with some florists foam in the bottom to hold your cookie wands straight. Could do this same idea with snowmen too.
Don't you just LOVE this movie???
Frozen is one of those Disney movies that is going to have a life-long appeal - like The Little Mermaid or Aladdin. It's a princess story, yes. But, it's so much more than that. It's a story about sisters and their love for each other.
I have 2 nieces who absolutely LOVE this movie. They sing songs constantly from it, they dress up and pretend they are both Elsa (which becomes a problem many times). But, the best thing it's done for them is that it's taught them about the value of each other. This is probably one of the only Disney movies that I can remember taking the time to do this.
For the first time, the romance between a princess and her soon-to-be prince wasn't center-stage. It was the relationship between the two sisters and how they grew together that was truly inspiring. This is why it's not surprising to me that this moving has taken on a life all it's own.