Here are pictures from my 7-year-old’s Frozen Birthday Party with descriptions and links below!
The wreath is Styrofoam wrapped with white tulle and I cut out some snowflakes on my Cricut with the Winter Lace cartridge. The printable Olaf is found here.
I used the idea from Oh Happy Day to make these fun party hats.
Frozen party supplies where hard to find back in March/April, but I managed to find a few things! I am sure supplies are more available by now.
Blue LED Lights and some crochet and embroidered snowflakes and white tinsel as a table decoration.
making beaded bracelets with pearl beads and clear tribeads
Snowcap Punch recipe here And snowball sign holders found here.
The Disney Frozen figurines are from the Disney Store… Sven fell into the cake and I loved how it looked with cake on his nose, so I just left it… He is a little mischievous sometimes, so it worked. I just bought the plainest white cake I could find and decorated it myself. The idea found here. I made the blue ice with a simple hard candy recipe like this. and the snowflake sprinkles are from Wilton.
We played a Frozen scavenger hunt based on the lyrics of Let It Go… brilliant game and thanks so much to the Bombshell Bling for this free printable
finding clues and at the end of the hunt, I had a bowl full of snowflake barrettes for each girl to pick one.
Another game we played was to divide into 2 teams and each team decorate one person into a snowman using toilet paper and hats, scarves and carrot nose. The birthday girl got to pick the winning team with the snowman she liked best.
in addition to the bracelet and hair piece from the party, the kids also got a book and stickers for party favors
Here is a link to my Pinterest board for more ideas!