The day FINALLY arrived for my daughter’s FROZEN birthday party! The party consisted of a small group of friends at our house, lots of fun, a singalong and of course lots of FROZEN inspired treats and activities.
We also had a few streamers and of course blue plates and cups.
I always like to include a craft at birthday parties. It’s not only a way to keep the kids entertained, but it is always nice for them to take home something that they made themselves! I had picked up these mason jugs at the dollar store… I then printed and cut a bunch of simple snowflake images (you can find the ones I used HERE.) I let each child pick the snowflake(s) they liked and taped them inside the glass. They then used THESEmarkers to trace the design onto the exterior of the glass.
After decorating, the kids enjoyed some pizza and played in the yard (volleyball, catch, hula hoops) – lots of unstructured play!
These finger foods consisted of:
Magic Ice Wands: Pretzels dipped in white chocolate, covered in sprinkles.
Olaf Noses: Baby carrots and ranch dip
Snowballs: Powdered mini donuts
After singing the birthday song and all bellies were filled, we headed indoors for a singalong of the FROZEN songs. The girls had a blast singing along to Let It Go, Do you want to build a snowman, and all the other catchy tunes.
By the time we got to the last few songs, our party time was just about up (we planned for 1.5 hours and it was perfect.)
I’ve never been a huge fan of the bags filled with penny toys that break or get lost within 10 minutes of bringing them home, so our little guests received a beautiful bracelet that my 6 year old made herself (with a little help from me).
About a week before the party, bracelet making was a rainy day activity for us and since we only had 6 children to make them for, this was a totally doable and affordable party favor.
We found the little bags at Michael’s along with the snowflake and letter stickers. Making the gift bags was another fun little activity for my kids.
All of the girls loved these bracelets! Oh, and of course each child got to bring home their snowflake mug which I filled with the leftover blue candies and pretzel wands (A great way to rid your house of all the leftover party sweets by the way).
Overall, this party was just about perfect. It wasn’t a ton of work and much of the “prep” work (gifts and decorations) were done by my kids as rainy day activities weeks before the party.
Oh, and if you are interested in learning about the FROZEN DRESS, you can see how I made it HERE.