My little princess turned 4, and of course she wanted a Frozen party. Last year she had a Rapunzel party, so I wonder what princess will come next 😉 I am ok with that, having two older boys I am quite enjoying this stage in my daughter’s life where we can do all these things together.
I researched for about two months in all the things for the party. My daughter picked the cake and most of the decorations. I really enjoyed when I was setting up the decor for the party, her face lit up and she felt so excited. It was worth it…all the work and time spent in making her day special.
I wanted something simple, and we also wanted it to be in the early afternoon since where we live October can be quite cold at times. And yes, it turned out to be a cold day!
The food buffet:
I took advantage of some Christmas ornaments I had and some lights. The snowflakes are from the Dollar Tree!
The boys and dad made a streamer garland so it would be easier the hang the snowflakes. I got them on amazon and hang them with Christmas ornaments hooks.
For the table, It had a simple Dollar Tree tablecloth and some fabric I got from Walmart leftover from my daughter’s Elsa dress that I am making for her…(coming up soon….)
The plates and the napkins are from Party City, and the straws are from Hobby Lobby. The foam cups from the Dollar Tree
I created a garland of balloons by inserting thread with a sewing needle. Pretty easy. The balloons are from Target, clearance section!
Of course you cannot have a Frozen party without Olaf…The favors were simply a ziploc bag with three big marshmallows, a candy corn, two stick pretzels, three chocolate chips and two mini chips for Olaf’s eyes. I printed the “Do you want to build a snowman” from HERE
We had a welcome sign at the entrance, and yes, I misspelled it…LOL!
For the dining room decor, I made a tassel tissue garland and the paper rosettes. The “Keep Calm and Let it Go” was printed from HERE
The number “4” can be printed from HERE
On this table we had crowns for the girls and antlers for the boys to decorate. I got some foam board from Walmart and I made the crowns and antlers using THIS template.
They had tattoos and gems to decorate them.
More decorations from Party City.
We did a hot chocolate buffet, so the kids could play outside and then warm up with a yummy cup of hot chocolate. We also had punch for those that do not like hot drinks. I found this cheeseballs at Walmart and they were perfect!
We also had rice krispies, white cheddar cheese crackers, pretzels, chex mix, cookies, powder sugar little doughnuts, and toppings for the hot chocolate which included whipped cream, chocolate chips, marshmallows and Yorks.
I decided to make an individual cake for her, and put an ornament snowflake on top. The kids got to decorate their own cupcakes with blue frosting and sprinkles.
The punch was made from 4 packets of Kool Aid plus a bottle of 7 Up
It is all in the details…
We had snowball toss, pin the nose on Olaf, bubbles, and snowman bowling. At the end we had a pinata.
For the pinata we always use a simple gift bag…we had the experience before that the kids could not break the pinata because the cardboard was so hard to break! So for the little ones this is perfect!
She had a great time even though she got five stitches in her forehead two days before her party!
For her hair I did a messy side braid and hot glued snowflake buttons on hairpins..
She had lots of fun! The clean up wasn’t very fun but to see my daughter’s happiness made everything worth it!