Last weekend, we celebrated our feet middle daughter’s 3rd birthday! She is such a joy in our lives and has such a little personality. I could go on forever as a beaming mommy, but on to the party details. All she wanted for her birthday was an “Elsa party”. So, I figured out how to throw together a Disney Frozen birthday party for our 3-year-old.
It’s hot here in Arizona still, so it’s difficult to theme the party with the weather. Thankfully, this means we could host a lot of our Disney Frozen birthday party outdoors.
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Disney Frozen Birthday Party
Food- When it comes to food, I always go all out with the theme. Aside from the decor, I feel like you can do the most with the theme when it comes to what you decide to serve, especially when it comes to a Disney Frozen birthday party.
- Kristoff’s Jello Ice Cubes (Blue Jello Squares)
- Snowball Donuts (Powdered mini donuts)
- Icicles (Dipped Pretzels)
- Frozen Hearts (White Chocolate Dipped Strawberries)
- Sven’s Snacks (Cheese, Fruit, and Cracker tray)
- Rock Troll Meatballs (Turkey Meatballs with Chili Sauce and Grape Jelly)
- Olaf’s Carrot Nose Sticks and Dip
- Olaf Arms (mini pretzel sticks)
- Melted Snow (Water Bottles)
- String Cheese Olaf’s (I just drew Olaf on each of the individual packages)
- Frozen Cake
Decor- It was pretty easy to find Frozen Themed Birthday party decor, since every little girl loves it. I got some window clings in the shape of snowflakes, Clear Snowflake Plastic Tablecloth that I put on top of a blue tablecloth, some light blue dinnerware (or get the complete Disney Frozen Party Supplies set here)., and of course this 40inch Olaf balloon.
I got the idea for these adorable “snowball” placeholders here. I just used some printables like these, printed them out, made a slit in the top of each Styrofoam Ball 1.5-Inch, and placed them in there. I also cut off the bottom of the styrofoam balls so that they sat stationary on the table.
I put together this fridge Olaf using some construction paper and sharpies. It was kind of “figure it out until it looks good” project, but I think it turned out really cute! Just followed a picture of Olaf, and cut out the different shapes until I liked the way that they looked.
For the favor bags, I of course had to include “Do You Want to Build a Snowman” somewhere in this party! I used these printables, picked up some plastic Olaf Favor Bags, and placed all of the necessary “tools” they need to build their own snowman. Each bag includes:
-2 jumbo marshmallows for the body and head
-2 mini marshmallows for the Olaf feet
-1 candy corn for the nose
– a small handful of chocolate chips for the buttons and eyes
-2 pretzel sticks for the arms
Our little birthday girl had so much fun at her Disney Frozen birthday party, and she was definitely out early that night… after opening all of her Frozen theme birthday presents of course.
*Here’s to our little ones growing up way too fast*