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My daughter will be turning 4 in February (I cannot believe I’ll have a 4 year old!) and I can guarantee she will ask for a Frozen birthday party. It’s perfect for a February birthday. In fact her first birthday was a Winter Wonderland theme. I was looking at pins today for this post and she was standing right beside me. Well she wanted a Frozen party right now! Today! But that’s a 3 year old for you right?
There are so many ideas floating all over the internet that it takes forever to find just what you’re looking for. That’s why I compiled this list!
Or you can always give the ultimate gift – a Frozen Disneyland Vacation! Wouldn’t that be amazing?! Your children will never forget their Frozen themed trip! There’s lots of Frozen fun going on over the holidays and coming to Disneyland in 2015. There’s meet and greet with Anna and Elsa, a parade, and you can ice skate at Olaf’s rink. For more information on the Frozen details Disneyland has to offer, go to Get Away Today.
You could surprise them with with one of these super cute gifts! (The second is my favorite).
Whether you’re taking your kids to Disneyland or not, a Frozen birthday party is still an excellent idea. If you’re like me, you love planning birthday parties, but to a point. You have a budget and a time constraint. It needs to be fun, but easy.
I’ve got your back.
If you have a spare hour, I know that’s asking a lot, here is a super cute, simple, and easy Elsa dress you can make your daughter for her birthday party.
These cute and simple snowflake invitations are perfect for the party! And she even provides a template that you can print out.
You definitely need some decorations, but nothing too crazy. These paper snowflakes were so cute! If you don’t want to go 3D, just cut out a bunch of different ones and stick them around. And I love the blue and white balloons! You can also throw in some blue and white crepe paper on the ceiling or tulle around the tables.
There are some really awesome snacks that I found. Some are simple to make and some you don’t even have to make at all! Just the right amount of homemakiness (that’s a word I just made up – but it fits!).
And my personal favorite…
Did I ever mention I had a hot chocolate bar at my wedding reception?! It was amazing and I’m obsessed with hot chocolate…
Party Games and Activities
With small kids, you can only have so many games. So I just added my three favorites that your kids and their friends will love to play!
You can make this a contest to see which team can use a whole roll of toilet paper to make a snowman the fastest and add his cute accessories. Or you can make this into a photo shoot.
I found both of these cakes and thought they would look amazing as one! I’m going to try it! Plus here’s a great tutorial on how to make the ice candy.
I’ve never been a huge fan of giving goodie bags at parties, but this one was so cute and simple I think I would actually do it.
You can also get some great Frozen party supplies at a great price here!
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