I can’t believe that my twincesses are already 4 years old. I’m so excited to share with you their DIY Frozen party! I love party planning, if I could do it as a full time job I would be so there! It just gives me so my joy to see my girl’s faces and to see everything in my head come together in real life.
This year I made videos tutorials of all the DIY’s I did for this party. So stay tuned in the coming weeks for all the cute DIY Frozen Party ideas.
Frozen Party Backdrop
I did several tutorials for the backdrop. The actual Frozen Party Backdrop was made from the curtains from the girl’s room. Then I made the Paper Fans from gift wrap paper and I made the gorgeous number 4 from coffee filters.
My tissue paper number tutorial is my most viewed post on my blog to date, but I gotta say I love the look of this coffee filter number even better, and its much easier to make. I can’t wait to show you that tutorial.
Frozen Photobooth and Props
I made this cute backdrop from white balloons that I got from the dollar tree. Then I made a cute sign and some Frozen props and the photobooth was ready to go. Tutorials coming soon.
Frozen Party Favors
I loved the sayings on the cute thank you signs I made but it was what was inside the favor bags that was so awesome. SNOW! I received a Frozen Party Pack from SnoWonder Instant Snow, it was filled with a medium frozen party pack which included 24 party favor packs of instant snow! Its an amazing deal and a huge hit at the party.
The highlight of the party was the Snow in Seconds Instant Snow! I received a 5lb bag of powder and can you believe after adding water it filled up this 7ft pool! The kids absolutely loved the snow. They played in that stuff for hours. I loved this product so much that I will be doing a full blog post on it to show you how it works and how amazingly realistic it is. It was so fluffly and cool like real snow. This picture is actually from the day after the party and it was still going strong! Pretty amazing stuff.
The Tutu Skirt Table Tutorial
I made this tutu skirt for my dining room table to give all that Frozen blue a little bit of girlishness. I had a lot left over and definitely could have done a few more layers for more fluffiness but overall I liked it a lot.
Frozen Party Food
I did a Frozen Sandwich Bar and a Frozen Icecream Bar for the food and dessert. I wanted to do an ice cream sandwich bar using cookies to sandwich the icecream but then thought it would be too messy for the young kids. The icecream bar was a big hit. We also displayed the food tags on the cutest little ‘snowballs’. Tutorial coming soon!
For the Sandwich Bar we had:
White castle sliders
Jack Daniels Pulled pork sliders
Chicken Salad sandwiches
Also we had potato chips, potato salad, chips and queso and fruit skewers
For the Ice Cream Bar we had:
Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry Ice cream
Chocolate, caramel and butterscotch sauces
Peanuts and cinnamon pecans
Crushed heath bar
Mini chocolate chips
Crushed waffle cones
And no party is complete without a gorgeous cake! This one was blue velvet.
I hope you enjoyed this peek into the girls party
Come back soon for all the party tutorials but without further ado here is a video of the actual day!
More Frozen Party Tutorials
Frozen Party Favors and Activity: Snow In Seconds!