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Disney Frozen Birthday Party - Supplies, cakes and other ideas!
A princess party with Anna and Elsa!
I've got the chills for Frozen! We've got yet another gorgeous animated movie from Disney and two fun girly characters, Anna and Elsa to help us make the perfect birthday party for girls. This theme is perfect for winter but it works great all year round. I mean who wouldn't love to chill with snowman and snowflakes in the middle of the summer? So let's plan this party as I've got a lot of great ideas to help you make the best Frozen birthday party out there - fun games, what food to serve, how to make your cakes and cupcakes, which party supplies to use and how to decorate the room. You can also snatch a freebie or two (official ones when they will be released) and winter inspired ones created by me which I think would work great for this theme!
So let's get this party started shall we?
Frozen Party Invitations - A freebie for you - Frozen inspired
I've created this freebie that will work for this theme as it is, well a frozen invite. Simple and elegant.
Frozen Party Supplies - Plates and Cups are all you need - Official ones and lovely snow ones
Let it snow let it snow! I think snowflakes will be perfect for this theme!
While there are more designs available I like this one that features Elsa and Anna together the most.
Kids love sipping their beverages from themed party cups.
Most of the snow or snowflake party-ware has a touch of festive feeling too it so you can imagine I was quite happy when I found this pattern! Gentle blue snowflakes (without anything jolly) are just perfect!
Party cups and party plates are all you need! I would use plain white napkins to go with these two so things don't get too snowflakey.
Snow Time Any Time With Fake Snowballs! - This is a must for this theme, especially if you have no snow!
I was thinking about something you could use both as decoration and as a prop for games to keep the kids entertained and though to myself wouldn't it be fun if the kids could have snowball fights indoors or in the summer. It turns out it's possible!
You can get a pack of 20 or 40 (or just get more packs) and they are said to feel just like the real ones (minus the cold)! Kids will love throwing the balls at each other - a good exercise and a fun party activity at the same time. Isn't this cool?
Why not save some money?
These will be of use to many. While they are not Frozen party supplies they are more than suitable for this theme.
Something to eat!
Frozen Birthday Party Food Ideas - Think White and Blue
We need something frosty don't we? I really like the idea of tasty ice cubes made out of blue jell-o. Easy, quick, inexpensive and fun looking. Melted snowmans are another fun treat, you make them by placing a marshmallow on top of the cookie.
As for the drinks if you can use little drink bottles and decorate them with a scarf and draw on the black buttons. Serve something white in them (milk, milkshake...) and you'll have a bunch of fun looking snowmen on your table.
This party also screams for ice cream.
Disney Frozen Cake and Cupcake Ideas
You can make the most adorable cupcakes without much effort! Bake your favourite cupcakes (I recommend something light on the color, vanilla or coconut for example), frost them with blue or white frosting and decorate with a fondant snowflake and some white sprinkles or coconut flour.
These will help you! Frozen Cake & Cupcake Toppers
These cutters will make making fondant snowflakes super easy! You can use them for cupcakes or on cake.
When it comes to girl's birthday parties there's nothing that works better than a doll cake! The birthday girl gets a nice cake and a themed gift at the same time!
You have to have them!
Decorating for this party doesn't have to be expensive! You can make lots of paper snowflakes and hang them around the room. To add more magic cover some of them with glitter or add clear rhinestones.
Next thing I would do is use the snow spray, you know the one you use for your Christmas decorating!
Fake snow is another thing you can use, turn the room into a Frozen heaven!
Ice sculpture! Another fun thing you can have, sure it will melt away slowly but it will be there to impress. I assume ordering one to be made will cost you a fortune (or at least more than you would want) but you can also get the mold and make it yourself.
If you are not in the mood to make your own paper snowlakes you can always buy them. These garlands will help turn your room into a frozen fairy tale.
Reusable ice sculpture molds will help you create frozen masterpieces. I think something as simple as star would work perfectly for this theme but you could also go with a swan, a dolphin, people...
Games and Activities
Something to keep them entertained
Here are some of the idea to get you started!
- Snowfights! With fake snowballs!
- Have the kids make paper snowflakes, it's an easy activity and they will be producing small masterpieces.
- Pin the carrot on Olaf. A pin the tail on the donkey variation.
- Make your own snow globe! Kids will be loving this! You can get plastic snow globes which aren't all that expensive and are suitable for smaller children or you could use small mason jars (even less expensive). Get all kinds of cool stuff, mini trees, animals, other cool toys (all can be bought in dollar store) or just let them be creative and have them make their own ornaments for the globe. This one doubles up as a party favor as kids can take them home.
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