by Save on Crafts July 12, 2018 3 min read

So, you want to throw a Frozen themed party! There are many different aspects of this popular movie that you can draw on to create a magnificent, sophisticated winter event or Frozen birthday party. You’ll want to start by keeping these colors in mind: ice blue, white, and silver. We've outlined ten different ways to incorporate these colors into the perfect Frozen party through lighting, centerpieces, and even party favors.

  • Environment
    Depending on your venue, the backdrop will change a bit, but for any enclosed space a very simple way to create a snowdrift setting is to use sheer fabric. Gather some white organza and/or glitter tulle and illuminate your room with cool white curtain lights for a soft, twinkling atmosphere. Photo from More Productions.

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

Atmosphere
  • Now, you’ll want to add a little extra ambiance to your winter setting. Gather up some marshmallows or cotton balls, and string them along fishing line for garlands of snow. It’s best to make this display a focal point either over a banquet table, dessert bar, or designated area for photos so guests can enjoy the blizzard without being in it. Photo from Mon Carnet.

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

  • Tables
    Cover your tables in blue fabric or white lace for a winter tablescape. Load your dessert table with white candies and frosted treats. Use bird cages, apothecary jars and crystal cake stands to add structure reminiscent of Elsa’s ice palace. Photo from Hostess with the Mostess.

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

  • Centerpiece
    Go for a centerpiece with a wow factor. This crystal wedding tree is perfect for creating an icy, frozen atmosphere. Wrap some cool white fairy lights through the branches and cover the base with fluffy hydrangeas or a swath of fabric for a little snowy hill. Photo from Kristin Vining Photography.

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

  • Accessorize
    Decorate the rest of your table with clear glass pieces like this beaded cake stand. Frosted glass pieces are best suited to a Frozen event as well because they look similar to ice. Crystal accents can stand in as ice prisms, so use crystal votive holders, or embellish cylinder vases with rhinestone wrap to bring in some sparkle. Photo from Wedding Chicks.

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

  • Details
    Use light blue tulle to fashion wedding wands or add icy color to your decorations. Use 4oz Mason jars as votive holders by covering them in silver or iridescent glitter and placing battery operated tealights inside. Photo from Save-on-Crafts.

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

  • Chargers
    Give your tables an easy DIY upgrade by cutting snowflakes out of turquoise or white organza, then use tacky glue to secure them onto silver chargers. Leave a customized menu to show your guests what culinary delights Arendelle has to offer, or showcase your party favors. Photo from Save-on-Crafts.

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

  • Terrariums
    Include terrariums for a personal touch. Fill apothecary jars with fake snow and add blue floyalytes to illuminate them. Use bottle brush Christmas trees on the inside, or even figurines of Sven and Olaf.

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

  • Favors
    Mason jars are always a great go-to for making favors. Customize the lids with free Frozen printables, or put snowflake cut outs on the top. Fill the jars with small treats, hot cocoa mix, or blue cotton candy. Tie a little bakers twine around the top as a finishing touch. Photo from Girl Inspired.

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas



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