Frozen Winter Wonderland Birthday Party Idea
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Hello my crafty people. Today I’m gonna share with you my daughter’s Frozen Winter Wonderland Birthday Party. I decided to share my kids past birthday parties from over the years because we had such great parties and ideas, that I needed to share with other DIY parents! I have some cute printables for the dessert table as well.
This was for my daughter Victoria’s 3rd birthday back in 2015, we recently just celebrated her 10th birthday last week. I can’t believe how time flies, I wish they can stay little forever! I used to throw big birthday parties for the first 10 years of my sons life, then slowed down with my daughters, but they still have great parties every other year.
Check out other party ideas I did! And when I mean I did it, OMG I did everything. I would design the invites, make the cakes, treats, favors, centerpieces, and decorations!! Only vendors I would used were for food and table & chair rentals. I’m definitely a DIY Mom.
Take a look at her dessert table! I had so many yummy treats. I went with light blue, white and a touch of purple. Here is a list of Frozen inspired treats you can do:
- Princess Cupcakes (free Anna and Elsa toppers)
- Do you wanna build a snowman Bag (free printable label)
- Snowman Frosted Mini Donuts
- Snowflake Dipped Jumbo Pretzel Sticks
- Princess Wand Rice Krispy Treats
- Princess Sugar cookies
- Snowball gum balls
- Snowball donut holes
For the Do you wanna build a snowman? treat, I used a 4×6 inch clear treat bag and added jumbo marshmallows, candy corn, and pretzel sticks for a melted Olaf. You can get this treat label at the end of this post as free download. Make sure you’re a member and login to your account for my download buttons to work. My download includes the label as a png image for Print and Cut feature on your Cricut. Just resize the width of the label with the width of the treat bag. I also included a printable PDF so you can cut by hand, which is sized to 4inches wide. Use a stapler to close it shut.
For the cupcakes, I made the icing look like a ruffled dress then added the top half of Anna and Elsa cut outs. Of course I had to include a lil cut out of my daughter as well for her party! I included these cupcake toppers of Anna and Else in the download too! They are sized at 2.5 inches tall on the printable PDF. I also include png images for Print and Cut.
And now for the centerpiece of her dessert table, a 2 tier cake covered in edible glitter snowflakes. I used another cut out of my daughter for the cake topper. I used a round glass from Dollar Tree to make it look like she was in a snow globe.
Here is what a I had for entertainment, a dress-up booth, face paint, photo backdrop and Elsa and Olaf appearance.
Her dress-up table was a big hit with the kids! I made a table-top rack out of PVC pipes from Home Depot. I found tutu’s at the Dollar tree as well, and hung them on the rack. I made snowflake magic wands, and had lil plastic crown hair clips and jewelry. And don’t forget the mirror so the little princesses can admire themselves.
Each little princess got to get their face painted by Elsa and got their picture taken! I would say it was very successful party! My lil’ one loved it!
I hope you enjoyed these pictures from my daughter’s 3rd birthday party!
A perfect party theme for winter birthdays! If your having a Frozen Birthday Party soon, download my free printables to create treat labels and cupcake toppers.