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A Frozen Party for Sisters

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Thanks to Oriental Trading for providing some of the products in this Frozen party post.  All opinions expressed here are my own.  

This past weekend was a celebration like no other at our house.  My girls have birthdays a few weeks apart and asked to have one big party to celebrate this year.  Of course, I said yes and we chose to throw a Frozen party, for two very excited sisters.  I shopped at Oriental Trading for most of the Frozen party decorations and created some easy DIY items too.  You can get all the details below including a supply list and fun food to serve at your Frozen party.

A frozen party dessert table with DIY decorations

 Whenever I plan a party I like to start with a theme and a list. I write down all the areas in my home that will be used and decorated along with a list of food and any additional supplies needed.  

Once I have my party list ready to go, I start shopping.  I headed to Oriental Trading for all the decorations, tableware, and favors I needed for this Frozen party.  

A Frozen Party for Sisters

Our snacks and appetizers included simple foods with fun Frozen party names.  

Frozen Party Food

  • Olaf Noses – carrots sticks with ranch
  • Olaf Arms – pretzel sticks
  • Sven Snacks – cheese, crackers and fruit
  • Ice Cubes – blue Jell-o Jigglers
  • Snow Flurries – popcorn
  • Frost Bites – Marshmallow pops

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Frozen Party Dessert Table

A Frozen Party for Sisters

This dessert table was a hit, perfectly and simply decorated.  Princess Anna and Elsa loved it.

I used snowflakes taped to the wall with glittery letters for each girls name in the center.  I added a tassel banner to the top and 2 tablecloths cut to look like a snow-capped mountain.  

The cakes were topped with simple paper pennant banners and toy Elsa and Anna dolls.  

Frozen party Anna and Elsa cakes

In the dining room, I set up a photo booth and displayed simple favor bags.  

Frozen Birthday Party with photo booth

I hung a winter landscape on the wall and set out winter themed props for guests to play with.  

Frozen party decorations

Our favors included a punch balloon and Frozen Jelly Bellies in a snowflake bag.  Along with a Frozen crown that the girls wore during the party.

Frozen Party Favors

All our guests, young and old, enjoyed the theme.  Fun place cards for the food made guests smile, and the winter-themed dessert buffet made a few simple desserts really pop.  

I hope you use these photos and our party experience to throw your own fabulous Frozen party.  Be sure to head over to Oriental Trading and pick up everything you need.  

Thanks for visiting!

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