Just because it’s almost summer doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy Frozen! The cold never bothered us anyway. If you and your child can’t get enough of Frozen (Who can? It’s the best-selling animated film of all-time!), you’ll definitely want to check out these party tips.
We were super excited to have Brittany Schwaigert from GreyGrey Designs style this party – check out her full blog post here! To create your own amazing Frozen party look, keep on reading for the highlights!
Frozen party plates make serving up snowflake cupcakes even more delectable, and we simply adore how these have been decorated! The toppers are from Edible Details and feature floral designs that match Anna and Elsa’s dresses. Who is your child’s favorite?
Brittany crafted these handmade paper rosettes to build a gorgeous, glittering backdrop for the party. Loving them! Plus, the Ice Castle birthday cake looks absolutely amazing amidst a sea of snowy white batting and sparkling blue-hued tulle.
For a snowy Frozen party, snowball snacks are a must, and powdered donut holes on plastic forks make for the cutest finger food you’ve ever seen! Brittany used an acrylic stand from the craft store to show them off, but another option could be to create a floral foam support disguised with batting. The forks are finished with a little rhinestone ribbon!
With some clear plastic cake stand pieces available at any cake store, you can build a dessert stand to rival Elsa’s castle itself! Brittany also suggests using lights or LEDs to make it glow.
This stunning fabric garland was created by Candace of Lilly Paul Designs. Whether hung along the front of the table or made to be a part of the backdrop, it provides the most amazing burst of color to make the party pop. The girls are sure to love it!
Blue and white Whirly Pops become the perfect treat for a Frozen party when embellished with snowflake cutouts – use a die-cutting machine to make your own, or find some in the scrapbooking section of the craft store! Also, purple goblets make ice cream fit for an Ice Queen.
Jenny at Craft That Party made these adorable hand-painted peg dolls. They look just like Anna and Elsa! Use them to complement your décor, or as cute party favors for the guests!
Are you planning on throwing a Disney Frozen party for your child? Share your thoughts with us! We’re on Facebook and Twitter, and you can always catch our latest infusions of inspiration on Pinterest!
Also featured in this blog:
Peg Dolls: Craft That Party
Favor Boxes: Piggy Bank Parties
Chocolate Covered Oreos: Sweet Temptations
Wreath: She’s Kinda Crafty
Snowflake Cookies: Kima’s Konfections
Fondant Castle and Cupcake Toppers: Edible Details
Fabric Garland: Lilly Paul Designs
Die Cuts: Sizzix
All Styling and Photography by GreyGrey Designs.