Do you want to build a snowman? Invite your guests to come celebrate the big day with this adorable Olaf invitation. All you'll need are some clear pastic bags, pretzel sticks, marshmallows (regular and mini), chocolate chips and candy corn. You can make your own label or print this one.Photo: Pinterest via onecreativemommy.com
Planning a royal event and want something fancier? These posh invitations are fit for a queen. Inspired by Anna and Elsa's iconic attire, these dress-vitations include tulle skirts and bling. Talk about a keepsake! You can make your own or splurge on these customizable ones from Etsy. After all, your little princess's birthday only comes once a year!
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Welcome your guests to the Frozen fiesta with a "Love is an open door" sign. You can draw an Olaf sign or create a sign based on your kid's favourite Frozen character. If you're not an artist, try this step-by-step tutorial.Photo: Pinterest via pontierpleasantries.blogspot.ca
When attending a royal ball in Arendale, one must dress the part! Instead of traditional party hats, have each guest wear an Elsa crown or Sven antlers. Print out these free templates on cardstock then trace the pattern on craft foam (use sparkly blue for Elsa and brown for Sven). You can add your own accessories.Photo: Pinterest via bombshellbling.com
If you want to recreate the chilly atmosphere in Elsa's Ice Palace, you're gonna need a ton of snow. Get the whole family to help you make paper snowflakes to use as decorations. You can stick with simple ones or wow your guests with this 3D version. For extra fun, try using coloured or printed paper. You can scatter the snowflakes all over your house, hang them from the celling or use them as centrepieces.Photo: Pinterest via wikihow.com
It's the make-a-wedding-dress game from bridal showers with a Frozen twist. Have the kids break into teams. Give them a few toilet paper rolls and some cut-outs of snowman accessories (like buttons and a carrot nose.) Then, give them a time limit to wrap one teammate and create a snowman. The best snowman wins. Don't forget to award points for style and creativity.Photo: Pinterest via recessionhome.wordpress.com
"We finish each other's..." "Sandwiches!" Serve your hungry guests a royal feast of—you guessed it—sandwiches. You can make them kid-sized or large enough to share, like Anna and Prince Hans.Photo: Pinterest via pick-ease.com
From marshmallow snowmen to Hans' frozen heart strawberries, give your guests a sugar rush with Frozen-themed treats. When in doubt, dip anything in white chocolate and call it "snow-covered." You can add Sven's snacks (veggies) to the mix for a healthier option. Leave these munchies out for the whole party so the kids can graze as they play, or set up a dessert table after the main meal.Photo: Pinterest via thesuburbanmom.com
"Winter's a good time to stay in and cuddle, but put me in summer and I'll be..." An adorable water station! Don't worry, Olaf's cool with it—some parties are worth melting for. Fill a clear drink dispenser with water, add one large carrot nose (this won't change the water flavour) and ice balls for Olaf's body. To make the balls, make water balloons and freeze them, then peel off the balloons right before the party. For added fun, decorate plastic cups with different characters from the movie.Photo: Pinterest via twosisterscrafting.com
Your guests can build their own Olaf, Marshmallow or Snowgies with this make your own snow craft. The recipe is simple: Mix 3 cups of baking soda with 1/2 cup of hair conditioner. Tip: Use white conditioner so the snow stays white. You can make the snow with the kids during the party or prepare it before and have a snowman-building contest as the party activity. When the fun's over, seal your snow in a bag; if it dries out, rehydrate it later with more conditioner.Photo: Pinterest via mylifeandkids.com
Cake decorating stress getting you down? Let it go! To make a simple Elsa cake, start by stacking three cake layers (two regular and one dome cake on top). Make a hole in the middle of each layer. Once the layers are assembled, place the bottom half of your little one's favourite Elsa doll inside the hole so the cake becomes the bottom half of her dress. Then decorate it with Elsa colours and snowflakes. (Easy snowflake instructions here.) If you're not a cake boss, check out this step-by-step tutorial. You can also make an Anna cake.Photo: Pinterest via cakecentral.com
Freeze plastic hearts in an ice cube tray and give one to each guest. Let the kids come up with their own way to thaw Anna's frozen heart and see whose ice cube melts first.Photo: Pinterest via madebyaprincessparties.com
End the party with a warm hug from Olaf. White paper bags, brown construction paper, google eyes, orange pom-poms and black markers are all you'll need to make these easy and adorable snowman loot bags. Stuff them with Frozen-themed goodies.Photo: Pinterest via iamthatlady.com
These enchanted snowballs are a perfect party favour to add to your loot bag. Simply combine popcorn, mini marshmallows and M&Ms and you've got an impressive-looking but super easy sweet and savory treat.
Get the recipe: Elsa's snowballs