It was inevitable. Kids everywhere are singing “Let it go” and making their mothers braid their hair to the side (ps. I am the world’s worst hair braider). You must have known a Frozen themed party was on its way. At first, it was only going to be for my daughter’s 4th birthday in May (I told you I am mucho behind on blogging), but I quickly ended up doing 2 more Frozen parties after that. In an effort to spare you 3 different Frozen themed posts, I am combining them all into one (a long one with lots of pictures). Despite my tone, I actually enjoyed making each one. I love that each party had a slightly different spin on colour choices.
Let’s start with my daughter’s party, shall we? We had a total of 8 kids come to our house. We hired an Elsa impersonator (who had a beautiful voice btw) from The Enchanted Fairytales Co. She was completely in character and all the kids loved her. You can hear a sample of Elsa singing if you click on the link to their website. You can also catch a glimpse of the banner I created behind Elsa. I completely forgot to take a solo pic of it..womp womp. The cartoon versions of Anna and Elsa were purchased from Grafos on Etsy.
Food tent cards, a cake topper and water bottle labels were all a part of the party. Menu items included: Olaf’s Arms (pretzel sticks), Kristoff’s Ice Cubes (blue jello), Troll Balls (meatballs), Olaf’s Noses (baby carrots) and Frost Bites (marshmallows dipped in white chocolate and sprinkled with blue crystals) – thank you PINTEREST!. The cake was a Finnish strawberry shortcake made by my lovely mother 🙂 so yummy!
Of course, a party is not complete without the contribution of Lisa POMROY Designs. She created a cute invitation, a welcome sign and personalized place mats for all our guests (I had them printed and laminated at Staples). Lisa researched how to create the Frozen font for these place mats and her hard work paid off, they were a hit!
The next Frozen themed party included some of the same types of items, but with a slightly different look to them. The cutesy cartoon Elsa and Anna were replaced with actual cartoon images of them. I’m told the beautiful birthday girl had a fabulous time 🙂
And last but certainly not least, is Lisa from Lisa POMROY Design’s daughter’s party. Lisa had an entirely different vision for this party – sticking to silver and sparkles and blues. Excellent choices that go along nicely with the paint in her beautiful home! Thanks yet again for all you help Lisa 🙂