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Fun Disney Frozen Party!

Disney Frozen parties seem to be happening every time I turn around.  My daughters were invited to one just the other day, sister sharing a birthday party, fits very well with the theme to the movie.  The girl’s Mom did an amazing job turning the hot summer day into a frozen wonderland.  Elsa turned summer into winter just as Julie turned half the area of the pool into winter!  There are so many fun touches to this Frozen Party.

The walls were lined with a winter themed back drop of snow and snowflakes. Posters were placed on the wall with characters from the movies. A personalized Happy Birthday Poster was hung as well.  They made the back drop come alive by hanging 3 dimensional snowflakes on it, as well as, from the ceiling. Click here for a quick how to make 3 Dimensional Snowflakes.

Snowflakes were used throughout the party, some were hung on the back drop, others hung from the ceiling and others used as center pieces.  I had the privilage to make the Snowflake Table Decorations click  the link and I will show you how.

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Then, came the food; I don’t think you can get much cuter then these Disney Frozen food ideas.

Olaf in summer, a bowl of Jello with Olaf made out of marshmallows, pretzels, and a candy corn.

Do you want build a Snowman?, marshmallows, pretzels, candy corns, black licorices, edible eyes, and a toothpick to hold it together.

Treats for Sven, a tray of variuos fruit and veggies.

Frozens Hearts, white chocolate covered pretzels, yogurt covered raisins, white cookies.  Another friend, used white chocolate covered strawberries for this too!

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My girls had such a fun time at the party and they went home with great party favors.  A bag decorated from the create your own frozen theme bag station, which was used for the candy from the pinata and a snowball which was actually homemade play doh with silver glitter.

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I image little girls will be having Frozen Party’s for many years to come!

 

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