My daughter turned 5 recently and requested a Frozen party. Like a good mommy, I obliged!
I had visions of white and blue, and Olaf! Definitely more of Olaf than the two sisters, lol! I bought a helium Olaf balloon, and placed it near the entrance to the room the kids will have the party(our upstairs playroom). I borrowed these lovely strips of netting, and hung it from the curtain rod in the doorway, together with some snowflakes.
The front door had some balloons and these lovely printables from the Family Shopping Bag.
The children’s party table had a white table cover, and blue tissue paper sheets. The Olaf soft toy(her present, hence it not being opened in this before pic) was the centre piece on top of batting, cotton wool balls and snowflake confetti.
The kids each got a clear cupcake holder, decorated with some Frozen pictures, bling and their names(written with glass deco pens). In each holder I added popcorn, candy floss, blue suckers, blue fizzers(toffees), cookies, pretzel sticks and Smarties(wrapped in a printable wrapper from Halegrafx). Each child got a small portion, since I’ve learnt that it only goes to waste if you have in sweets abundance. Each kid got a small water bottle, or “melted snow”. Printable from Like Mom and Apple Pie. I provided different flavours of cold drink mix for the parents to add to the water, or not.
The hanging decorations were paper lanterns and cotton wool balls threaded onto string.
Downstairs, I placed the catering for the adults, together with the cake. You can see how I made the cake here. Decorations for downstairs included some more paper lanters and “snow balls”, balloons and a foil balloon of the sisters. I tried to keep with the color scheme on the table as well, adding a blue ribbon with a snowflake here and there. We had a sandwich bar, where the adults could fix their own sandwich and a coffee/tea/drinks station.
The kids had mini snowman cups with nuggets and chips for lunch. (I only served this later because after the sweets eating they were not very hungry.)
As a party favour I made white dough, and added some items to build a snowman. The printable is from The Purple Pumpkin blog.
For kids entertainment:they had a crafty table upstairs where the kids could color in Frozen pictures and sticks some cotton wool on Olaf. The Frozen movie was playing on the tv too, and outside we hired a jumping castle.
The kids had fun and I think the adults too!
A successful, awesome Frozen party!