Frozen Birthday Party Ideas – Easy & Budget Friendly!
I could probably recite the movie Frozen word by word from as many times as my kids have had that movie on replay. And, it’s not just my kids. It’s kids all over the country! I have a theory. Disney has hired a skilled hypnotist… and he put some sort of hypnosis in the snow & ice on the movie. The hypnosis makes kids everywhere chant ‘Must. Watch. Frozen. Again’ and burst out spontaneously singing ‘Do you wanna build a snowman?’ without warning.
It’s like the zombie apocalypse. But with kids and a talking snowman named Olaf. And at this point in time, there is no known cure for the Frozen virus. It just keeps spreading across the world…. and the CDC has non-officially announced that our children returning to normal is pretty much impossible and we should just let it go.
Let it go, let it goooo. Can’t hold it back it anymore.
Uh oh. I’m infected.
We had a Frozen birthday party this past weekend, and it was pretty great – if I do say so myself. Everything I prepared was totally easy & and gentle on the purse strings too. All the kids (and adults) in attendance just loved it. I hope you are able to get some great inspiration from our Frozen party to host your own!
For the decorations, I used a set of peel & stick Frozen stickers that I purchased off of Amazon. I decided to go with this because not only were they great for the party, but we were able to remove them & re-adhere them in the kids’ rooms as wall decor. Love double uses!
We made cupcakes from the blue velvet cake mix – perfect for the Frozen theme!
And, I topped them with homemade cream cheese frosting – and decorated with blue sprinkles & white pearl sprinkles. I found some Frozen cupcake toppers for cheap on Amazon, and those were my finishing touches!
For the food labels, I purchased plain white index cards from the office supplies at WalMart – and I attached Frozen stickers to each one of them- and then used a pen to write all titles. I bought my stickers at WalMart, but you can also find them on Amazon for pretty cheap.
We did some really fun Frozen inspired names for all the food. Check out how I did it all in the pictures below!
These cute little snowmen are simply just string cheese that I drew on a face with a black sharpie marker & tied a blue ribbon around.
To make the Frozen Hearts, I simply dipped strawberries in vanilla candyquik. You can also use white chocolate.
For the ‘Frozen’ cookies, I simply dipped one half into melted vanilla candiquik (could also use white chocolate) and then sprinkled with blue sprinkles. Easy peasy.
The icicles are blue rock candy. I got mine at Party City – you can also find it on Amazon.