Frozen Birthday Party for a Four-Year-Old
My daughter is obsessed with Frozen; when I asked her what she wanted for her birthday party theme she very emphatically said that she wanted a Frozen party!
Normally, I choose themes that are a little more rustic, like this Peter Rabbit Birthday Party, or this Woodland birthday party, but once my kids are older they get to choose the theme of their party (within reason).
Once Amelia chose the theme, “Frozen” I started planning. I wrote a post on how to throw a kids-themed party inexpensively, here is a post I wrote with many of my top tips.
I made these invitations in Photoshop.
The photo/background of the invite was when my family went to the Midway Ice Castles this year. It was just too perfect to not include the photo in the invite.
Then, I found some cardboard stand-up Elsa, Anna, and Olaf characters on the classifieds for $20.00 and I resold them for that.
I set up our backdrop frame with white sparkle curtains. I had these from previous parties.
My husband and kids and I made the balloon arch.
I hung it on our backdrop frame.
Amelia was getting so, so excited!
I covered the table with white tablecloths and some white tulle I had.
The tulle gave each table a nice sparkle.
If you’d like to see the Frozen tablescapes for the kids and adults tables a separate post is coming soon.
I put faux snow and glitter and some blue faux ice on the food table.
Supply List for the Decorations Frozen Birthday Party for a Four-Year-Old
See specific posts (i.e. cake, tablescapes), etc. for additional supply lists.
I’ll be posting about what I put on the food table soon.
I’ll do a tutorial on these summer snowman Olaf Jellos (a video tutorial coming soon).
I made an Anna cake (video tutorial coming soon)
And an Elsa cake (video tutorial coming soon)
and we had a white chocolate fountain.
Sometimes people I know ask me why I do big parties like these.
It’s because of the excitement and joy that my kids experience leading up to and during their parties.
Reactions like this…
Seeing Amelia’s excitement and joy makes it totally worth the work!
Cost of the Party Decorations on the main table
Standup Frozen cardboard characters =Free (bought for $20 on local classifieds, sold for $20)
Backdrop Stand= had
faux snow= had
white tulle= had
blue, white, light blue faux ice= $4.50 I found these on Temu
Invitations. I printed them out on Printable vinyl sticker paper and then put them on 5×7 cards I had. I had these supplies but since I won’t be able to reuse them, I count them as a cost towards the party… printing the invites probably cost about $4.00. I mailed out 10, so in stamps.= $6.00
Posts in this Frozen Party Series
Anna Barbie Cake from Frozen
Elsa Barbie Cake from Frozen
Summer Snowman Olaf Jellos
Frozen Tablescapes for kids and adults
Frozen Food Ideas