I'm excited to share my final Frozen Party post today, and I've saved the best for last. I'm gathering all the ideas from our party (including several I haven't posted yet) and rounding up my favorite ideas from the web! If your kiddos are dying for a party based on their favorite movie, you'll find everything you need right here!
How to Host a Frozen Party
Frozen Party Invitations
A great party starts with a great invitation! The more creative the invite, the more excited your guests will be to attend. I'm kind of an invitation junkie. The invite is the first thing I plan when I come up with a new party idea. (I'm weird like that!)
I love these Frozen Movie Theater Ticket Invitations from Rook No. 17!
You'll find several printable invitations with images from the movie at Oh, My Fiesta!
Frozen Party Games and Activities:
Now that the guests are excited about the party, it's time to plan for some fun! Perhaps the most fun event at our party also took the least amount of planning. The birthday party was in the middle of the summer, but that didn't stop us from having a snowball fight!
Summer Snowball Fight
All you need for this activity is several pairs of rolled up white socks. The more the better! (If you don't have white, no problem. The kids really aren't going to care!) We started out playing poison ball, but we quickly discovered that they kids had more fun just throwing "snowballs" at each other. No one wanted to be out. They just wanted to throw the "snow!"
Pin the Nose on Olaf
This one is really easy to put together. I was lucky enough to have access to an overhead projector at the school where I work, so I enlarged a real picture of Olaf. You don't have to have the real thing. Luckily, Olaf is pretty easy to fake!
Frozen Photo Booth
Here's another easy activity. Just print out the Frozen quotes and Olaf nose, put them on sticks and let the kids ham it up for the camera! Don't forget to collect the parent's email addresses so that you can send out the final pics! Find the Frozen Photo Booth Free Printables here.
My mom made these beautiful Elsa and Ana aprons for Lu's birthday. The kids used them at the party for the photo booth and for a little Karaoke! The kids took turns donning the aprons and singing along to the Frozen Soundtrack while everyone else danced. (Another super easy activity, and you don't need the aprons. They just made it a little more special.) We adapted the aprons found here on Ruffles and Rainboots. If you want a simpler project, try this Elsa Frozen Cape by Katie from View From the Fridge, or this gorgeous Elsa dress from Busy Mom's Helper. (The Elsa dress isn't simple, but it sure is pretty!)
Build Your Own Snowman!
Who doesn't want to build a snowman? The kids had a blast creating this version from socks, felt, rice and pom poms. Find the Olaf Sock Snowman Tutorial here.
If the sock snowman is a little too advanced for your group, try this edible version instead! Quick and Easy Marshmallow Snowman Craft
Or, if you want to build a snowman that's not edible, try this Toilet Paper Snowman contest from Baby.co.uk (You'll find it in the party games section.)
*Updated: If you have Frozen Fever fans at your house, try my newest (and easiest) Frozen craft idea. The kids will go wild over these pom-pom Snowgies! (And you'll go wild that they take very little prep time and go together in a snap!)
The kids loved their Frozen Scavenger Hunt. We used free printables from My Sister's Suitcase.
Frozen Glitter Slime from A Pumpkin and a Princess. Seriously. What kid wouldn't love glitter slime?
Frozen Ice Chalk from Frogs, Snails, and Puppy Dog Tails. If it's hot for your party, this ice chalk is loads of fun to experiment with outside.
Olaf Bean Bag Toss from Balm to My Soul
Epsom Salt Painting--Paint Snowflakes that crystallize as they dry! from One Creative Mommy
Don't Eat Olaf! from the Style Sisters (Similar to my Don't Eat Pete games.)
Frozen Snow Globe from A Million Moments
Frozen Hair Clips from Baby.co.uk (You'll find them in the party favors section)
Frozen Bingo from Clever Pink Pirate
More ideas from The Super Mommy Club
Frozen Party Food:
And now . . . onto the food! For me, simple is best. Here are my picks for the best Frozen Party Food!
Easy Disney Frozen Cake from One Creative Mommy
Disney Frozen Cupcakes from Thrifty DIY Diva
Disney Frozen Cake and Refreshments from Better Than I Could Have Imagined
Fondant Princess Cake Tutorial from One Creative Mommy
Frosted Princess Cake from One Creative Mommy
Disney Frozen Snowman Snacks and Water Bottles from One Creative Mommy
Sven's Snack Mix from Every Day Savvy
Frozen Snowball Treats Recipe from Meet Kristy
Banana Olaf and Ego Waffle Sven (Frozen Breakfast Mini Party Ideas) from Mom Endeavors
Frozen Hearts and Olaf String Cheese from Delicate Construction
Frozen Party Decorations
If you know me, you know that I usually run out of steam before I get to the decorations. Here are a couple of
Frozen Party Decor Ideas from Bubbly Nature Creations
Elsa's Frozen Chandelier from Busy Mom's Helper
DIY Snowball Decor from Sugar Pie Farmhouse
Snowflake Walkway from Nstardie.blogspot
Snowflake Frozen Paper Garland from Petite Extravaganzas on Etsy
Winter Wonderland Frozen Centerpieces and Wands from Graces Gardens on Etsy
And there you have it--hopefully enough Frozen inspiration to get you started for your own Frozen party! Have fun!
Need some gift inspiration for your Frozen fan? Check out my favorites from Amazon.com:
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