Have Elsa and the rest of the ‘Frozen’ gang taken your household by storm? If your little ones can’t stop signing Let It Go or asking if you want to build a snowman, then this is the party for you!
Snowflakes at the ready…it’s a fabulous Frozen party!
Together with Mum’s Grapevine – we wanted to share with you how you can pull together a ‘Frozen’ party! Our fantastic frozen celebration was held at The Stables of Como. To create an icy backdrop that frosty feel, we hung soft blue fabrics from the ceiling and let them drape behind our party table. Pompoms from The Party Parlour, snowflakes from Mickie & Stevie and personalised party bunting by Love JK completed the perfect Frozen party backdrop.
We carried our Frozen theme over to the diner table too. Icy white tablecloths, blue voile, glistening fairy lights and a sprinkling of shining stars made the table glisten! Our Frozen princesses had a ball as they opened up their personalised princess lunch boxes filled to the brim with Elsa themed goodies!
To cater for a Frozen party, think blues, whites and snowflakes! Our icicle cupcakes, snowflake cookies and incredible Elsa cake were from the team at Burnt Butter in South Melbourne. Chocolate covered Oreos and ice coloured jelly shots looked fantastic on our Frozen feast table!
Activities for your Snow Queen Frozen party can be as simple or complex as you like. Once our princesses had finished their feast, they started drawing their very own snowflakes. When the snowflakes were done and ready to fall, the girls went wild with the modeling clay and built some very impressive snowmen!
At the end of our Frozen party, all the guests went home with a very cool party bag topped off with our personlised thank you gift tag.
Partyware featuring our Snow Queen Frozen themed stationery, including party bunting, personalised invitations, lunch boxes and thank you gift tags.
Party Stationery by Love JK
Party Furniture by Mini Party People
Partyware by The Party Parlour
Photography by My Little Tribe
Cakes, Cookies and Sweet Treats by Burnt Butter
Photographed for Mum’s Grapevine