Frozen Themed Birthday Party!

Frozen Inspired Birthday Party! LOVE THESE IDEAS!
It is no surprise that Disney’s Frozen has taken the world by storm! Ice storm, that is! We know that is has inspired countless children’s parties with lots of cute frozen details. We’re thrilled to share one such Frozen themed birthday party by the talented Lisa Komer of Fancy That! If you’re planning a Frozen Inspired party, these photos and details will provide lots of inspiration, ideas, and tips! The color scheme of lilac, icy blue, and silver is the perfect color palette. Take a look at the party in action with more details below…
Frozen Inspired Birthday Party! LOVE THESE IDEAS!
I love these fabulous Frozen Food Ideas for parties!
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Lisa’s styling is just fabulous! She kept to her color palette (lilac, icy blue, silver color palette) and did not overdo the character theme. She kept it focused on the favor boxes and banners. This gives the party more of a winter wonderland look rather than too “character”-focused which I highly recommend for themed parties.

Lisa’s daughter helped choose the Frozen inspired party foods! She came up with the menu and named them. The kids snacked on Sven’s Antlers, Olaf’s Noses, Hans Sandwiches and Melted Snow.  For dessert they enjoyed Elsa’s Snow Flurries, Anna’s Chocolates and Kristoff’s Ice Crystals. For entertainment, the kids played “pin the nose on Olaf” while the kids belted out Frozen songs (over and over and over)!


Venue:  Fancy That Event Studio at The Orenco Hotel
Party Styling:  Fancy That
Party Supplies:  plates, napkins, glasses, table runners, place mats, petite clear cups, rock candy, party printables, banners, silver cupcake tier, paper straws
Elsa Snow:  Inkberry
Favor Boxes:  Fancy That
Character Images:  CelebrationSmiles
Photography:  Tori Ava Photography 
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    lee says

    What a stunning look love the pastel colour’s can I ask what did you use for the snow in the little jars? Planning my daughters Frozen party for December

    Lee x

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    amber says

    I am also wondering what is in the jars. I was thinking edible glitter, but that would get super spendy

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      Courtney says

      Hi Mindi! This is a party feature so you’ll need to reach out to the actual party host for your questions (links at bottom of post).


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