Since its release in November, Frozen has established itself as one of the most popular Disney films of all time. It should be no surprise, then, that so many kids love anything to do with the adorable snowman, Olaf, the misunderstood ice queen, Elsa, and the courageous princess, Anna! Here, you'll find several ideas for a Frozen-themed birthday party. From cakes to party games, the list below will prepare your child for a day of magic and adventure.
To start things off, here is an adorable Olaf cake. Who says it must be winter? Throw a summer party where Olaf shows off his sunglasses and flower lei. This endearing cake will certainly attract a lot of attention and compliments!
Next, we have an elegant and ornate cake with beautiful snowflakes. This is perfect for older kids or for a more formal party. Whatever the occasion, this versatile cake will surely be an eye-catcher, setting a festive mood wherever it's served.
Here, we have a three-dimensional, Barbie-styled Elsa cake! The gown cleverly embodies the shape of the cake, proving that a three-dimensional character cake is always a good idea. After finding out who your kid’s favorite Frozen character is, make a cake in his or her shape. It will definitely be fun and memorable.
The last Frozen-themed cake on our list features the two lovable sidekicks: Sven and Olaf. This well-sculpted dessert is not only attractive, but also very delicious-looking!
This image offers some great examples of decorations you can incorporate into your Frozen-themed party. From pictures to Christmas trees, there are many things you can do to amp up the festive feel! It is a good idea to have a table filled with snacks and decorations, such as an Elsa snow globe or the Olaf floating in a "pool of water".
By using cotton for snow and possibly digging out some old Christmas tree decorations, you can create a chilly atmosphere that resembles the mood of the movie. Decorate the hallways in cotton, silver, and glittering trees!
Streamers can go a long way! Using the appropriate colors, you can hang them around everywhere, stuff them into Pom Pom’s, or tie them into the snowflakes! In fact, store decorations are always helpful, adorning walls and ceilings. But if you want to make your party less generic and more unique, it is a good idea to use other daily materials you have at hand. That not only saves you money, but also adds artistic flair to your creations!
A must-have at parties! A fun cutout without faces will surely attract a lot of attention; children will line up in and hopes of taking a picture with it. It's a great idea and easy to make!
This first game is very simple and appealing to both girls and boys. Like the iceman, Kristoff, kids will race each other while pulling a sled, working hard like real icemen!
What’s better than real snow at a Frozen party? Find detailed instructions on how to make your own snow here: www.twosisterscrafting.com/disney-frozen-diy-play-snow/ Then let the kids have fun with their imagination! Do you want to build a snowman?
You don't have to incorporate all of these ideas, of course. But any one will add a little extra magic to your child's special day. For more sparkling ideas, visit this site!
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