The OG is officially FOUR!!! Still can’t believe it, still not over it. We celebrated her big day all birthday weekend long and kicked it off with a punny party (because hello, it’s me) – a FOUR-ozen party for our big FOUR year old girl! She was stoked on a Frozen birthday party theme, so if you, too, are in the market for some Frozen birthday party ideas, supplies, etc to re-create a frozen winter wonderland…you’re in the right place. 🙂 I grabbed most of our decorations etc on Amazon. Her preschool friends came to the party and all of the moms were raving about the decor, so I think it’s safe to say it was a hit. For any Frozen-loving little celebrating a FOUR-ozen birthday, I hope our shindig can inspire your own!
Instead of making one big balloon arch, I separated the balloon pack up to make little arches around the party space. You’ll need a balloon air pump, strip tape, + the balloon packs below to recreate it for your own Frozen birthday party!
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One of the biggest party hits was the tower of mini Olaf donuts! I printed off a bunch of Olaf heads onto cardstock, cut them out and taped to toothpicks. Then put one mini powdered donut flat on the bottom of a cupcake liner and stand another up on top of it, sticking the Olaf head into it.
For the rest of the menu, I went with all Frozen-inspired puns etc – “YOO-HOO!” chocolate milk boxes for the kiddos inspired by Oaken, little water bottles with these “Melted Snow” labels, and a “Halfway to Frozen” mocktail that we made up to allow guests to mix in their choice spirit. (We used blue Hawaiian Punch + Sprite!)
For the Frozen birthday party food, we did a simple sandwich bar because “we finish each other’s – sandwiches!” We used our favorite King’s Hawaiian rolls and laid out cold cuts, cheeses, lettuce and tomato, as well as PB&J fixings, marshmellow fluff, etc for either a savory or sweeter sandwich option.
We had “Snacks for Sven” (aka, veggies + fruit trays) and Hershey Kisses because everyone needs “a kiss to melt a frozen heart.”
Another big party hit: the Olaf-inspired white chocolate-covered pretzel sticks. To make, melt white chocolate chips with a spoonful of coconut oil (I used Ghiradelli chocolate!) and dip each pretzel log halfway. Then just sprinkle white and silver sprinkles and blue sugar crystals onto your logs to make icicle pretzels that everyone will lovelovelove.
For anyone local, we used Redner’s for the sheet cake and it was a SMASH HIT – truly so fabulous. We did half vanilla, half chocolate with their ultra creamy whipped frosting, with strawberry filling inside. Was DIVINE!!!!
Here’s some of what we put inside our Frozen birthday party favor bags…
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