In October, we styled our house for a Frozen-themed birthday party for Sophie’s 5th birthday. First of all (where has the time gone!?) it’s already a few months past her birthday and second, how the heck is she 5 already!! I’m so happy to be (finally) putting together a blog post everything I did to put together her Frozen themed birthday party decorations.
Photos: Julie Christine Photography
One of her first requests for this party was to have Princess Elsa at the party. We had been to a couple of her friends birthday parties in the year where their favourite princess was present and knew it would be a party to remember for her. We looked into How to Hire a Princess in the Vancouver area and in the end had Elsa from Believe Party & Entertainment come.
I put a full blog post together on the details for “How to Hire a Princess” so feel free to check that out and everything that came along with it.
Frozen Themed Birthday Party Highlights
- The most beautiful cake and cookies decorated and designed by The Cake Mama. Not only do her cakes look amazing they taste even better, I was blown away with these creations!
- Hand cut snowflakes for the back drop. We spent the morning of the party ( Yes, I am that last minute) cutting out all these little snowflakes and I love the texture it added to the backdrop. If you don’t want to cut them out yourself, you can find some great pre-cut snowflakes here.
- Marshmallows, white cheddar popcorn and wafer cookies filled in glass jars with snowflake cookies to make them pop.
- Snowman making kits. Filled a bag with marshmallows, pretzel sticks and chocolate chips and had the kids get together around the table to create little snowmen they could eat.
- Twinkle lights, white florals add wicker baskets added more texture and depth to the frozen themed decorations, adding just that little bit more to make the desserts pop.
The decor was simple to put together, I hired out help for the cake and cookies (amazing job The Cake Mama!) and so on the day of, all I had to do was put it all together.
I’m all about keeping it simpler and not going too over the top while still creating a memorable party that doesn’t break the bank. A lot of the items I already had at home, the baskets, lights, faux fur and even handmade the backdrop.
If you don’t want to have the Disney cups and plates, I hope these Frozen-themed party decorations show you just how easily you can have a successful Frozen themed-party without them.