Make your party venue a winter wonderland with a beautiful Frozen themed birthday party. With delicate blues and whites, this aesthetic is easy on the eyes, elegant and oh, so pretty – just like Elsa herself! Here’s How To Throw A Frozen Themed Party:
1) Frozen Colors for the Party
Yes, sir, you have to have blue and white. Elsa’s pale blonde aesthetic is perfectly complimented by her elegant blue attire, and water and ice scenes are endless, of course. However, as an alternative, adding soft pastels like pink and lavender can also look stunning. Add a dash of silver to this – play around with snowflakes in the décor. These don’t need to have Elsa’s face on them – folk use snowflakes for Christmas themed parties too, and these can easily be found on Amazon, from hanging snowflakes, to snowflake confetti.
2) Lighting + Wands
Fairy lights will look amazing with the blue, white and silver color scheme. You can also purchase snowflake wands on Amazon as great party favors for the children.
3) Frozen Themed Party Cake
You cannot have an amazing Frozen party without a beautifully decorated Frozen cake. Maybe an ice cream cake, to truly get into theme? Bakeries know how popular this theme is and have geared up their baking tools to enable them to create Frozen masterpieces, with blue colored sponge too! One of our favorites is definitely Patty Cakes.
4) Authentic Disney Dress
Grab beautiful Elsa costumes at your local Disney store and let the guest play dress up. The Disney store has locations all over the US and hosts toys, games, clothes, music, movies and more.
5) Invite Elsa
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6) Frozen Birthday Party Games
Frozen is a very easy theme to plan games for at a recent party I was at the host had the kiddos build marshmallow snowmen – they had a competition for who could make the most impressive snowman out of marshmallows, chocolate, pretzels and a candy corn nose. Needless to say the kids loved it. Here are a few more of our favourite ideas:
- Snowball toss – tossing large cotton balls into buckets!
- Indoor snowball fight – which can be pretty tough with above mentioned large cotton balls, but it’s fun to watch them try!
- Make wands – think lots of blue feathers, glitter and sparkly objects.
You can also find some really great frozen themed games on Amazon – including bean bag toss, a Frozen board game, and even an electronic dance pad!
We have seen this theme work in all different season – perhaps as a wonderful way to cool down a summer Birthday! Either way, knowing How To Throw A Frozen Themed Party makes execution a breeze. We hope you enjoy this fabulous theme as much as we do!
Elsa wears different color dresses – blue, white and purple. Her dresses are long-sleeves and made with flowing materials and shimmer accents. Incorporate these colors, with some bling for a great Frozen look.