Have you seen the new Disney movie “FROZEN“? We saw it a few weeks ago and let me tell you… I laughed, I cried, and then I cried some more because the theme between the two sisters really hit home for me! We loved the movie so much I decided that we would throw a Disney FROZEN themed party for our friends and family!
The funny thing was that the day of the party really was “frozen”! We had actual snow!!! I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day!
While planning the party I made sure to check out Walmart to see what FROZEN merchandise they had. I was not disappointed! They had a lot of different options to choose from. We bought something for every kid that attended the party! We even got the huge castle which doubled as an awesome table decoration!!!
Each girl got a mini Anna or Elsa figure that came with a change in outfit! The boys got either Olaf or Sven the reindeer! My girls love their new castle and dolls! They play with it every single day!!! We also love the books that we found and I catch my two readers reading them often! Yay for good books!!!
The great thing about all the toys we found was that they easily doubled as table decor! I just love how the castle and dolls looked in the completed tablescape!
To see more decoration ideas and what I used as a backdrop be sure to check out my post on the FROZEN Party Decor!
I thought up this cake while watching a preview for the movie! The movie has beautiful scenery throughout and I just love the Ice Palace! Since this was a “FROZEN themed party I decided on an Ice Cream Cake! I think it turned out gorgeous and I love the touch that the candy “ice” adds!! To see all the details and for the recipe check my post about the Disney FROZEN Cake!
We had Snow Cap Punch to drink… it looked and tasted so good! I also decorated the punch cups too! Check out the instructions in the Disney FROZEN Snow Cap Punch post!
These Disney FROZEN Jello “Ice” Cubes were tasty and lots of fun! They were the first to be eaten up! To see the recipe check out the Disney FROZEN Jello “Ice” Cubes post!
These cupcakes are a fave of mine! I made some last year for our neighbors at Christmas and thought they would be perfect to use for a FROZEN party too! The secret to the tops is Cotton Candy! Walmart usually has the white cotton candy around Christmas in the Christmas candy isle! Check out the Disney FROZEN Snowball Cupcakes for the instructions!
Who could resist these cute little Olaf Snowman Donuts? He’s one of my favorite characters in the movie and these treats are so fun! Find out how to make them in the Disney FROZEN “Olaf Snowman Donuts post!
Next I made some snowflake cookies using a basic sugar cookie mix and sprinkled lots of glimmery sugar on top before baking! They turned out so pretty! I also bought some of these snowflake pretzels at Walmart which were pre-made. I love how the plate of cookies turned out!
For a little more savory snack I used snowflake Ritz crackers with Provolone cheese cut with a snowflake cookie cutter!
I also took some metal buckets and filled them with carrots or better known as “Olaf’s Nose”, white cheddar cheese “snowballs”, and ranch “snow” dip! I also had some little chocolate candy snowman balls!
We also had lots of fun activities at the party! We made snowmen using styrofoam balls that were connected with a skewer. Then we glued on eyes and stuck a nose in. Then wrapped a ribbon scarf around his neck. We also added buttons (brads).
I think they turned out so cute! Plus it was fun watching each kid add their own touch to the snowmen!
Next activity really helped to get some of the sugar rush energy out! We played a game of Snowball toss! I took some white felt and batting and sewed them up into a ball. It didn’t have to be pretty cause they would be thrown a lot!
All the kids had fun with this game!
We also had some special princesses come to visit us at the party! They even helped the little girls get primped up in their own Princess dresses and fixed their hair! Then we had a princess photo shoot!!! It was a lot of fun!!!
The three princes had just as much fun posing too! It was a wonderful day and I only wished that it lasted a little longer!