This Winter Wonderland Frozen party was created on the center island in my kitchen using boxes, fabric, curtains, and a few cotton balls. The girls loved the Elsa’s Ice Castle that had magically appeared overnight. Check out our full video tutorial of how to assemble this Frozen Party backdrop for your party!
We created all of the printable items and decorations for this Frozen party by cutting out characters and backgrounds from patterned paper and fabric, and then scanning all of the images in for a one-of-a-kind look. Teal, silver, and purple were used as the color theme throughout the party, along with images of Anna, Elsa, Olaf, and Sven. Invitations featuring Olaf and Sven, along with the main party colors, were printed and mailed out to friends.
Frozen Party Food:: Grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup is one of Lucy’s favorite meals, which worked perfectly for this party. Grilled cheese sandwiches were served alongside a ‘We finish each others sandwiches’ sign, and tomato soup was served in white bowls that had ‘Soup to melt a frozen heart’ stickers on the front, complete with snowman spoons. The spoons were easy to make using regular wooden spoons, markers, and washi tape. Sven’s snacks included cheese and apples, and Olaf Noses carrots completed the meal.
Frozen Party Drinks:: Anna’s melted ice (water) was served with lunch, and straws doubled as Elsa’s Icicles.
Frozen Birthday Cake: We purchased a small cake from the grocery store and decorated it with these Customized Frozen Cake toppers, adding a few silver pipe cleaner shapes for some sparkle. Before the party, we scooped ice cream (Anna’s Snowballs) into cupcake liners and added blue and white sprinkles. We put them back into the freezer until it was time to serve cake and icecream.