With baby due next weekend, I told my oldest that we could have a small party for her at our house. I didn’t want to risk putting a deposit on someplace, to lose it, and quite honestly I knew I wouldn’t have the energy either.
Since Frozen is hugely popular right now, I knew she’d want to do that theme for her party. Then we learned that the movie was going to be released last week, right before her birthday, and I was so excited to surprise her with it.
It was hard to keep it from my girls, especially once the digital release came out. Then, my surprise was ruined when one of her friends (who came to her party) had told her that her and her mom had bought her the movie for her gift. Being hugely pregnant, and having planned it for a while, I was a little sad that she knew it was coming…but I surprised her anyways with it in the morning.
Anyways, we didn’t do anything crazy fancy or exciting, but just wanted to share our intimate Frozen themed party. I spent very little, as most everything was found on sale or I downloaded for free and printed at home. I’ll share the links below!
For a light lunch, we had “snowflake” sandwiches using Wilton’s Snowflake Cookie Cutter, carrots were “Snowman Noses”, and drinks were “Frozen Punch”.
The punch I made was Food Family Finds’ “Under the Sea” Blue Raspberry Lemonade Sherbet Party Punch Recipe, except I couldn’t find the Kool-Aid mix anywhere, and ended up using one of those liquid water flavors that was blue.
Then the girls also had “snowflakes” (popcorn) during the movie. The food cards and straw flags are printables from here.
I found the blue streamer, plates, and table cloth from Target for less than $5. The big Elsa/Anna balloon is from Amazon, then we just went to a local store to blow it up.
The Facts about Carleigh I actually made with PicMonkey, and the Elsa & Anna crowns and snowflake wands were printables from Strawberry Mommycakes.
We ended the party with cupcakes and presents. The cupcakes were just Funfetti cupcakes (that she picked) with some blue food coloring. White frosting, blue Wilton sprinkles, and Frozen cupcake rings topped each of them.
Lastly, I purchased these cute Frozen Golden Books as favors, and used these gift tags and yarn to say, “Thanks for coming!”
Happy 7th birthday, to my beautiful Ice Princess!
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