Two years ago when Frozen was all the rage, we had a party for my two youngest girls. Their birthdays are only one week apart and so far, they always agree on the theme. We sent out custom invitations with their pictures on them. I like to do this whenever I can, so we have a memory of the theme of their party and what they looked like at that time.
We made Snow Capped Mountain punch. It was just blue Hawaiian punch, Sprite, and Vanilla ice cream.
We had snowballs on a different table (powdered sugar doughnut holes), the standard chicken salad and croissants, chips and dip, a fruit tray (not shown), cheese tray (not shown), Swedish meatballs, tuna salad, and two Scandinavian jellies.
Finding the Frozen decorations was no problem, but finding the snow themed items was a lot harder due to the fact their birthdays are in the middle of the summer. My crafty daughter made many huge snowflakes. I was able to purchase several items on Oriental Trading.
We made the Frozen tree from sticks we found in our yard. We spray painted them silver and added icicle ornaments from Amazon.
Once everyone arrived, we played our unwrapping game. Basically a gift is wrapped in many layers and hot potato style it gets passed and unwrapped until the person actually gets the prize. I use all the plastic bags I have on hand at the time. It makes a lot of layers. The gift was an artificial snow making kit. It was a hit!
The kids made Olaf out of jelly beans, powdered doughnuts, mini chocolate chips, multi colored Twizzlers, and pretzel sticks.
We had a game outside where I had a bucket of ice water and items hidden inside. They had 30 seconds to grab as many items as possible. It was hilarious to watch because it was so hard to do.
There was another game where each person got an ice cube and they raced to melt it as fast as they could on a plate but they could not use their hands.
We also played trivia with facts about the movie .
“Frozen” Movie Trivia
- What is the name of the snowman who guards Elsa’s ice palace? (A) Marshmallow (B) Icy (C) Cold Heart
- What other Disney princess is attending the coronation?
- Idina Menzel, voice of Elsa, is in what other Disney film?
(A) The Princess Diaries (B) Enchanted (C) Brave
4. What is Anna and Elsa’s favorite food?
- Which Hans Christian Andersen story is Frozen inspired by? (A) The Angel (B) Ice Maiden (C) Snow Queen
6. Which of the following is NOT an ingredient for the icy force described in the song ” Frozen Heart”? (A) cold (B) winter air (C) freezing wind (D) mountain rain
7. Which character in the film comes up with the line, “I like warm hugs.”?
8. What is the name of the software that Frozen’s creative team invented to create realistic looking snow? (A) Matterhorn (B) Ice Palace (C) Blizzard (D) Everest
9.How many brothers does Hans of the Southern Isles have?
10. What time do Anna and Hans break into their song “Love Is An Open Door”?
11. A stuffed toy version of which famous Disney character makes a very brief cameo in the film? (A) Donald Duck (B) Goofy (C) Pluto (D) Mickey Mouse
12. Where does Elsa create her Ice Palace? (A) South Pole (B) Southern Mountain (C) North Mountain
13. Which animals serve as backup dancers to Olaf when he sings “Summer” (A) penguins (B) chipmunks (C) seagulls (D) squirrels
14. Who convinces Kristoff to go back and help Arendelle?
15. When was Kristoff adopted and by whom?
I don’t have a picture of it, but we did make snow cones as well. It was messy and required more than two adults.
We had the movie playing while the party was going on.
The cake was one of the easiest I made in a long time. It was just three layers with buttercream icing. I decorated it with the snow looking sprinkles, rock candy lollipops (from Oriental Trading) and the figurines I purchased at the Disney Store.
I wish I had a picture of what we did to Prince Hans. We stuck him upside down in a cup of water and froze him solid. We brought him out before we had the cake and the kids thought it was the funniest thing ever!
We had a nice party. I wish I had more pictures. Now that I’m writing this little blog, I hope to do better with that kind of thing.