Disney’s movie Frozen has stolen the hearts of children around the world. What little girl doesn’t want to grow up to be a princess? What little boy doesn’t want to be the handsome prince who saves the day?
And with the release of Frozen 2, children are sure to want to have Frozen themed birthday parties!
We have compiled all of the information you will need for your child’s fabulous Frozen birthday party complete with cake ideas, party favors, games, decorations and more.
Some ideas are DIY and others are for purchase; whichever you choose, your child is sure to have a magically Frozen birthday.
Frozen Birthday Party Invitations
Whether you want to go with an Elsa them for your party or would rather have an Olaf themed event, the first thing you need to choose are your invitations.
Note: if making your own invitations, check out the free Frozen font.
Here are a few examples that are customizable:
If you want to have an Elsa theme, here are a few options…
Elsa Party Invitation
Elsa & Anna Themed Party Invitations
Olaf Party Invitations
Or if you decide on an Olaf theme, here are a few options for invitations…
Whichever theme you decide on, children are sure to be excited to receive either of these invitations. Remember to include any additional party instructions such as come in your favorite Frozen character costume or to wear play clothes in case the children get dirty during craft time.
Frozen Birthday Cake Ideas
There are so many different Frozen cakes available, it’s hard to decide which one your child would like most for his/her Frozen birthday party.
You may want to purchase a cake from a bakery, or if you are a DIY type of person, you may choose to create your own cake.
You could also choose to purchase an edible cake topper, as well.
Either way, your guests are sure to be pleased with your Frozen themed birthday cake. Here are some options you may want to consider…
Elsa Sheet Cake
Check out WalMart.com for this Elsa sheet cake. It’s affordably priced and sure to feed plenty of guests.
Here is another option from WalMart you may want to consider, depending on your theme.
This one shows the characters of Elsa, Anna, Prince Hans, Olaf and Sven.
If custom is the route you wish to go, here are a couple of beautiful custom cakes:
Elsa Frozen Cake
Elsa would certainly be the center piece of your party with this custom cake of Elsa…
Olaf & Sven Themed Cake
For the fans of Olaf, this is a very cute idea…
Frozen Themed Cupcakes
If you decide on a smaller cake, you may want to have cupcakes for your guests. Cupcakes can be easier, as there is no cutting or slicing the cake.
Lucky for you, we have created our own version of Frozen Cupcakes featuring Elsa & Sven…with Mickey Mouse ears!
You can easily adapt the recipe here feature any of the Frozen cast of characters (like Anna or Olaf or Kristoff)…just use your imagination.
Here are some edible cupcake toppers you may be interested in.
Frozen Party Food Ideas
While the cake is always the centerpiece of any party table, you will need additional food to serve your hungry guests. Let’s start off with a menu, which you may wish to download before you go grocery shopping.
Deciding on foods to serve at your Frozen birthday party can actually be a lot of fun for the whole family and help you hone in on your creative skills.
You may want to label each food item and keep things simple.
For instance, a bowl of pretzels can be labeled as “Sven’s antlers” or a bowl of popcorn can be “snowflakes.”
But if you’d like to be even more creative, I have listed several recipes that you can make with things that you likely have in your pantry right now.
Frozen Food Menu
This Frozen menu from Rambling Renovators is a playful idea for labeling your “ordinary” food and incorporating a Frozen theme for your guests to enjoy.
Notice the names of the food items: “Frozen Hearts,” “Olaf’s Noses,” “Troll Balls.” Feel free to add your own as well.
Frozen Muddy Buddies
Here is a recipe for Frozen Muddy Buddies from Hip2Save. Your guests are sure to love this sweet treat.
Frozen Water Bottles
Get the kiddies to drink their water by labeling it “melted snow!” Here is a great idea for bottled water.
Originally made from Greek vanilla yogurt, I’m sure you could modify this with other options such as vanilla pudding or even Cool Whip for a lighter treat. Either way, this is one idea that is a must for your Frozen birthday party!
Frozen Snowball Pops
Children love lollipops and cake pops, so who wouldn’t love a snowball pop for your Frozen themed birthday party?
You could change this idea up a little and use marshmallows, cake or even fruit dipped in white chocolate to create the appearance of a snowball.
Instead of using only white sprinkles, you could add a pop of color by using light blue or even silver shades of sprinkles if you can find them.
Frozen Jello “Ice Cubes”
Frozen Rice Krispie Treats
Olaf String Cheese Sticks
A quick, easy and very simple idea for a snack is to use individually packaged cheese sticks. All you need to do is use a permanent marker to draw on the face of Olaf.
Frozen Hot Chocolate
SheSaved.com shows us how to make Frozen-inspired cocoa.
Frozen Birthday Party Decorations
There are so many different party ideas, it’s hard to know where to start!
You could keep it simple and have blue and white balloons, streamers, paper or confetti snowflakes, snowballs made from any different types of materials (Styrofoam, cotton balls, etc.) or even have a Frozen wreath for your door and a custom for the birthday boy or girl.
Below you will find a host of ideas to help you plan your Frozen birthday party decoration ideas.
Frozen Door Wreath
Greet your guests at the front door with this Frozen inspired wreath from Divine Lifestyle.
Frozen Decor Bundle: Napkins, Cups, Plates, Balloons
If purchasing Frozen birthday decorations in a bundle seems to make life easier, here is a package you will find on Amazon that includes paper plates, cups, napkins, a table cloth and even balloons.
Frozen Birthday Party Games
Indoor Snowball Fight
Snowball fights are not just for outdoors! Here’s a snowball fight game you can play indoors without having to worry about wet floors or anything getting broken.
Pin the Nose on Olaf
Pin the nose on Olaf will be loads of fun for your party guests.
Olaf the Snowman Slam game…similar to bowling. (But you don’t have to rent the nasty shoes.)
From decorations, to party games, cakes and craft ideas, you should now be well on your way to creating an awesome Frozen inspired birthday party that all of your guests will be glad they attended.
There are so many different party ideas for a Frozen themed birthday party, it was hard narrowing down which items to choose.
However, I hope these have helped to give you your own creative ideas to make your child’s Frozen birthday party a major success!
Elsa Themed Frozen Birthday Party
Going with an Elsa specific-theme for your party?
Try these recommendations for perfect decorations for your Elsa party.
Princess Dress-Up Station
Use this dress-up station idea to pamper each princess with a hair-do, beautiful dress, and a tiara.
Elsa Princess Braid
Using yarn, sparkles, a head band and some DIY magic, you can make an inexpensive Elsa braid. Here’s the full tutorial.
Elsa Party Favor Bags
Sew personalized party favor bags that have a princess Elsa theme and a tutu skirt at the bottom of each bag!
Olaf Themed Frozen Birthday Party
If you prefer to go with an Olaf themed Frozen birthday party, here are some great ideas for ways to make it special…
Olaf Floating in Jello
Olaf is ready for Summer in this Jello creation.
Olaf Party Favor Bags
Want a goodie bag that is melt-worthy? Check out this tutorial.
Frozen Party Favor Ideas
Need some fun goodies to send all the guests home with?
Who doesn’t love jewelry?! These Frozen bracelets are sure to be a hit at your Frozen birthday party and the kids will enjoy wearing them to remind them of your fabulous Frozen birthday party.
It’s a scientific fact: all kids love bubbles. That’s why we think these Olaf Bubbles will be a hit!
Frozen Hot Cocoa Cones
Another way to keep your guests warm long after they leave…send them home with some Frozen hot cocoa mix.
Frozen Party Crafts
There are so many craft ideas for hosting a Frozen birthday party that it’s hard to choose a few but here are some ideas to get you started…
DIY Frozen Bracelets
String and beads are the key ingredients to this kid-friendly project.
DIY Yarn Pom Pom Snowballs
Here’s an idea everyone will love for making your own snowballs using yarn…
With a little guidance, each child can make her own Olaf t-shirt by following these steps.
Frozen Coloring Pages
Print off these free coloring pages and keep the little ones entertained. Then have them show off their creations!
There you have it…amazing ideas to inspire you to throw the “coolest” Frozen party ever!
So, tell me…what is your favorite Frozen party idea? I want to hear YOURS!