Each generation has “the” movie that you will remember as you grow up and will always have fond memories of. I remember how much I loved The Lion King when I was a kid. The current obsession, which I do believe is more of an obsession than any other movie ever has been, is Disney’s Frozen.
Kids of all ages go crazy for this movie. I don’t know if it is the actual movie, the music or the mixture, but you just can’t go wrong with anything Frozen related. When it comes time for a birthday party, create a winter wonderland, regardless of what time of year it is. No, you don’t have to go and spend a fortune at the party supply store, here are some really fun and easy do it yourself (DIY) things you can do to create the ultimate Pinterest-worthy party for your little princess.
DIY Frozen Party Ideas
- For invitations, you can do something cute like these Frozen movie ticket invites.
- If you love snowmen, you can make these fun “Do you want to build a snowman” invitations with all the edible ingredients to build your own Olaf.
- You can get a free complete set of Frozen Party Printables and have matching invitations, cake toppers, cupcake wrappers and toothpick flags.
- Once it’s almost party time, you need decorations. You can make this glowing Frozen wreath for your door to greet guests and let them know where the party is.
- You can simply take bottles of water, decorated with a sharpie to look like a snowman, to create Frozen Olaf Drinks. It’s simple and the kids will love them.
- Parties are full of treats and sweets. You can’t go wrong with these snowflake sugar cookies.
- You can’t get more “Frozen” than a pile of ice cubes, but ice isn’t tasty. Create these fun blue Jello “Ice” Cubes.
- Mix a few favorite treats to create this yummy and pretty Frozen Snack Mix. It won’t only look good sitting on the table, but it will taste good, as well.
- Turn cheese sticks into fun Olaf treats with just a black and an orange sharpie.
- A simple snack is Frozen Blue Chocolate Pretzel Sticks. Simply dip a pretzel stick in blue candy melts and sprinkle with sugar.
- Gooey popcorn goodness is always a best bet. Add some blue and white sprinkles, M&Ms and snowflakes, and you have the ultimate Frozen Popcorn Balls!
- Snowball Punch is a refreshing drink that mixes punch, lemon-lime soda and vanilla ice cream.
- Make some delicious Frozen Ombre Rice Krispie Treats by layering several variations of blue from darkest to lightest in your pan!
- Since the theme here is blue and silvery tones, adding some simple blue cake pops that have a silver drizzle will make your table look fantastic and the kids will love the handheld treats.
- Take some large marshmallows and dip them in white chocolate then sprinkle with blue sugar to make some delicious Frozen Marshmallows.
- Games are always fun at birthday parties. Try this Snowman Slam game made with cups and cottonballs.
- Bring out your little swimming pool or a water table and fill it with Disney Frozen DIY Play Snow.
- A photo booth is a fun way to give guests a keepsake of the great time they are having. Get some felt and create your own Frozen photo booth props for some really great pictures.
- As guests leave, you would normally give them a party bag to take with them as a thank you. Instead of filling it with candy, why not include something like these Frozen bookmarks.
- You can create a gift to take home that would also be a fun project for the party itself, Frozen Play Dough. The glittery blue is totally-Frozen and will be a huge hit with your guests.
- So what types of bags do you use? Why not make these easy Frozen Elsa Party Favor Bags with a little felt and tulle.
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Tuesday 7th of December 2021
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Saturday 17th of April 2021
i love it disnep frozen party
Saturday 17th of April 2021
@banafsheh feiz, nice