Frozen Party Ideas
Have you seen Disney Frozen 2013 Movie? You can check out the Disney Frozen Party Pack available in the Moms Saving Money Store. There are so many great Disney #Frozen Birthday Party Ideas just take a look below.
Invitations/Thank You Cards
Olaf Invitations – What better way to build excitement for a Disney Frozen Party then to have the most adored character Olaf the Snowman. These are so simple and your child’s party will be sure to stick out and be memorable from the beginning. You can find the Olaf Invitations Tutorial here or you can purchase a set of handmade Olaf Invitations available in the Moms Saving Money Store.
Olaf Snowman Pinata
Build excitement with an Olaf snowman Pinata handmade to make your Frozen party unique and memorable.
Olaf Snowman Pinata – You can enjoy your own custom made Olaf Pinata from me or you can make your own. Made from thin heavy duty cardboard and packaging tape. Use a bungee cord for the loop handle and cover completely with white tissue paper. Add black cardstock for the mouth, eyes and eyebrows. Use a cardboard cone and cover with orange tissue paper for the nose and attach to the Olaf Snowman Pinata. Check out the step by step Olaf Pinata Tutorial.
Cone Trees – Add depth to your tables and display cone trees. Very simple to make and you can decorate to customize your party with glitter or shimery string. Check out the Frozen Cone Tree Tutorial. Great for Frozen Walt Disney Movie Theme.
Snowflake Napkin Rings – Take light blue napkins and roll into a tube like take a White 1 inch strip and tape around the napkin. Cut out mini snowflakes and attach to the napkin ring. You can also substitute the white ring with silver to give more of a dimension. Perhaps I will offer Free Frozen Printables soon.
Blue and Silver plates – Use light blue large plates for the food, you can find in the baby area of party decorations at Walmart or Dollar Tree. Use silver small plates for the cake or yummy treats. You can also reverse the colors.
Plasticware – Use either silver, blue or clear plastic depending on how you want to customize your Frozen Theme Party.
Olaf Treat – Take 1 extra large marshmallow and 2 large marshmallows. 5 chocolate chips, 1 candy corn, 2 pretzel sticks and 2 mini marshmallow. You can leave them apart and place in little baggies for guest to build on their own. Fun little treat to make for a Frozen Party Ideas. Check out the step by step instructions for the Olaf Treats.
Snowball Donuts – Take some Little Debbie or even Hostess White covered donuts and place on platter. You can add decorations around it or you can even add your Snowball Donuts Sign.
Frozen Pretzels – Take the thick Pretzel rods and cover them with Blue chocolate and sprinkle crystal white toppings for a Frozen Pretzel treat for a great treat for a Disney Frozen Party.
Frozen Inspired Drink – Very simple to make and lots of fun. Just get some cool clear glasses, Blue Hawaiian Punch and White/Crystal Cupcake Toppings. See very simple and unique Frozen Drink Idea! See the Frozen Inspired Drink Tutorial.
You could also make some Blue Jello and serve in clear plastic bowls. I found some great Frozen Treat ideas at A Day in Mootherhood. Be sure to check them out and add to your custom Frozen Theme Party.
And you must go check out these Snowman Popcorn Cups by Crystal Mims designed for Christmas but these can also be adapted for a Frozen Theme Party and made to fit as Olaf the love able snowman.
Looking for Frozen Cake Mix Cookies head on over to MeetKristy.com for these awesome Ice Cream Cake Cookies.
Olaf Favor Bags – Take white Lunch bags and decorate with Black Sharpie marker or you can cut out the shapes for Olaf’s face. I used orange pom poms for the nose. Make sure to add brown hair!
Frozen Hats – Make cone hats and decorate with shimmery ribbon and glitter. Easy to make you can also find the premade felt cone hats at Walmart for $1.
Elsa’s Tiara – Take cardboard or thick paper and cut out the shape of the Tiara. You can cover with aluminum foil for the silver look or find gold wrapping paper or cardstock to make your desired Tiara. Girls tend to love dressing up as princesses. Find the full Elsa’s Tiara Tutorial here. You can get the SVG and PNG File to cut using Make the Cut in the Moms Saving Money Store.
Background Wall Decoration – Such a simple and easy way to make any room look like a Winter wonderland, excellent for a Disney Frozen theme Party. Use blue plastic tablecloth that can be found at Dollar Tree. Cut out snowflakes and attach to the tablecloth attached to the wall. You can even suspend other snowflakes from the cieling using fishing wire. Check out a more detailed Background Wall tutorial for Disney Frozen.
Snowball Garland – This is an awesome simple idea and the kiddos can even join in. Take a bag of cotton balls and make them different sizes and take fishing wire to string thru the cotton balls. Hang from the ceiling or doorway to make a snowing affect.
Snowflake Hangings – You can cut out tons of snowflakes! Get your kiddos involved and have them make their own snowflakes. Attach them to fishing wire and hang from the cieling. Take a closer look at the step by step Snowflake hangings tutorial.
You may also be interested in the 7 Things you Must Have for a Frozen Party by Catch My Party.
Olaf Balloon – Yes you can make your very own Olaf Balloons to decorate around the house and make the snowy feel and lots of fun. Here you can find the Olaf Snowman Balloon Tutorial.
Let it Go and Let it run wild. Be creative and think of all the wonderful Disney Frozen Party Decorations you can think of.
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*Please note most of these ideas were inspired by products that can be purchased at Dollar Tree