Frozen Party Ideas

Need some Frozen party ideas? My oldest just turned 5 and she was so excited to have her first friend party! I was not at all surprised when she chose Frozen as the theme 🙂

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I made a simple invitation and printed them off as 4×6 photos. And yes….we had a no-gifts party and I loved it! That way the focus was on having a fun time with her friends and she received plenty of gifts later that evening from family 🙂
Anne's 5th birthday

Recognize the dress? Get the tutorial (and free pattern!) here. Don’t forget about Kristoff & Olaf if you have some brothers attending the party
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For decor I hit up the Christmas clearance at Wal-Mart and set up some lights, snowflake ornaments and “snow balls”IMG_2338

Nothing too fancy but the birthday girl loved it! IMG_2340

While the party guests were arriving I had out some Frozen coloring pages for them to work on as they waited.

For our first game we did a “snowball” toss using some foam balls and a few baskets. I made them worth different points but we didn’t bother keeping score
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Then we moved onto building snowmen out of marshmallows….and eating them 🙂 IMG_2370 To make things easier on myself I pre-sorted everything they needed into a baggie and had one snowman assembled as an example. His nose is an orange Mike & Ike Candy and the eyes and buttons are mini chocolate chips. They were a little hard to get into the marshmallows but it worked out well enoughIMG_2373

Our next game was pin the crown on the Elsa. I downloaded a template here and all of the kids decorated their crown. the birthday girl was quite insistent on drawing the Elsa poster herself 🙂 You could also do pin the nose on the OlafIMG_2387

For cake we kept it simple with cupcakes. I used a blue velvet cake mix and blue sprinkles. Super easy and the kids loved them! IMG_2378
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After cake we moved onto “snow dough“. It was easy and cheap to make and the kids had a fun time with it.

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To wrap things up we had a Frozen dance party with balloons and this was definitely the highlight of the party! It was a good thing to do last since it got a bit wild!

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For favors I did marshmallows dipped in almond bark and covered in blue sprinkles. I threw a few mini mallows into each bag to fill them up a bit

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It was a simple and cheap party and the kids all had a great time!

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