A Frozen Birthday Party for a Frozen Queen


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For those of you who have been around for a while, you know I like throwing the kids birthday parties at home with family because I really enjoy the baking and decorating that goes into making their day special. The last party was for a special girl who is a BIG fan of Frozen and an aspiring Elsa wana be! She was dead set on a Frozen party from the minute we came out of the movie theater after watching it for the first time. So naturally I went to work planning on Pinterest and had tons of ideas pinned! Below are all the ideas that made the final cut and helped make her day special.

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What’s a party without balloons and streamers? She loves balloons so I knew we needed balloons! I used the balloons and streamers to help decorate and give that birthday party feel when you walk into the house. I also used this awesome Elsa and Ana Stand Up from Birthday Express as well. This stand up was such a big hit at the party as you will see later. Most of these party supplies came from Birthday Express because they have a great selection of supplies as well as great coupon codes. Their delivery was also right on schedule and they helped make our party a memorable day.

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If you have seen my previous parties I love making the dipped pretzel rods which are so easy and dipped marshmallows. The best part is you can customized them to fit any party theme. Those cute mugs my mom found at the Disney Store and they really tie the treats into the theme. I ordered this awesome Party Fountain from Amazon for our party. This fountain added a magical feel and elegance to the party. All the kids enjoyed filling their own cups and watching the juice flow threw.

Frozen Birthday Cake

 The idea for the cake came from Pinterest and I just loved making it! I used a blue velvet cake on the inside and a homemade vanilla buttercream for the icing. I made a blue rock candy for the icicles and for the mountains I used the left over candy melts from the pretzels. The figures came from the Disney Store.

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Here was another treat and alternate drink station. More pretzels and marshmallow pops because they do disappear quickly. I also served that Froze Ice (blue ice candy), Olaf noses (carrots), and Olaf arms (pretzel sticks). I also make snowflake sugar cookies topped with icing and a blue covered chocolate candy which also were gone in the blink of an eye. Those cute crown lollipops you see displayed came from the amazing Birthday Express.

Frozen Birthday Photo Opp

The stand up was a real hit at the party. Everyone loved getting their picture taken with Elsa and Ana-Ahem some more than others as you can see below.

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Caydence’s costume and wig, came from Birthday Express and her Frozen Elsa’s Jewelry Set came from Amazon. She LOVES playing dress up and singing and dancing on the ottoman. I even did her make up like Elsa for her special day.

Frozen Queen

It was such a perfect day for our little Frozen Queen! Thank you so much to ALL our family and friends who joined us in helping make her day amazing. Thank you so much to Birthday Express for the 50% off review code and Hallmark for the invites, birthday card, and thank you cards.

You can find all the Frozen birthday party supplies I used here at Birthday Express. 

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7 thoughts on “A Frozen Birthday Party for a Frozen Queen

  1. Anel says:

    This is way cool!! My husband and I just recently watched this movie and we loved the snowman!! It’s super cute. Loving all the decorations and the life size Frozen characters. I’m bad remembering names of characters, as you can tell! Really like the cake!

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