My daughter’s Frozen party is hands down one of my favorite parties ever. I loved all of the little details and all of the kids were just so excited about everything.
The decorations, you will need:
- Two glass vases
- Two snowflake yard stakes
- Cotton balls
- A blue plastic table cloth
- Foam snowflakes
- Baker’s twine
- tape and glue
- wood letters that spell “Let It Go”
- Blue paint
The decorations on this table were simple and frugal. I painted wooden letters from the craft store that spelled Let It Go blue and then I glued them to the front of foam snowflakes. I strung the snowflakes on Baker’s Twine with a blank snowflake in between the words and just simply taped the snowflakes to the twine and then hung it above the table.
I filled two dollar store vases with cotton balls and then put dollar store snowflake yard stakes in them for each side of the table which was covered in a blue table cloth.
For the snacks:
- Cheese sticks
- Broccoli and Cauliflower
- Snowflake Cookies
I found little chalkboard signs at the craft store and labeled each one of the snacks to be Frozen themed. The Elsa Snowflake cookies are this recipe here and they are delicious! Marshmallows were snowballs, raisins were Olaf’s buttons and the broccoli and cauliflower were snowy trees.
Pretzels were Sven Antlers, carrots were Olaf Noses and the cheese sticks were icicles. My absolute favorite part of the whole table was the pitcher of water, I dropped a carrot stick into the bottom of it and labeled it melted Olaf.
I found this table looked best when it was full of white and clear dishes, so that it what I tried to stick to. At the center of the table was our fun Elsa cake. You can read more about the Elsa cake here.
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