Frozen party ideas on a budget + free printables
Frozen party ideas on a budget + free frozen printables that are perfect for any princess party!
Last year my daughter decided she wanted a Frozen party, shocker, right?! Sorry I’m just getting around to posting it. Whoops! We had SO much fun putting everything together for her friends. The little girls all had a blast! There’s nothing better than making my kids feel special on their Birthday.
I’ve even included several free printables so you can throw your own party for your little princess. Scroll down to the bottom of this post for the Frozen free printables.
Frozen party decorations
Here is what we did for the dessert table. Super simple and the girls all loved it! It seriously took me an hour to put together tops and not a lot of money. One thing I’ve realized over the years is you don’t have to spend a ton of time (or money for that matter) to make a nice looking table. Pull out all your fun dishes and download the free Frozen printables for an extra touch.
For the cupcake toppers, I just used a 2-inch circle punch and then taped them to 4-inch white lollipop sticks.
They added the perfect touch to our cupcakes.
Check out this frosting tutorial if you’d like more info on how to frost the perfect cupcake.
Food and desserts
For the drink, we did blue koolaid…I made sure to serve the drinks. 😉
For a little snack we did Olaf noses…all I did was put an orange candy inside a mini donut. My kids loved helping me put these together.
I also did frozen grapes…just washed the grapes and then placed them in a ziptop bag in the freezer for a few hours.
Snowballs…aka marshmallows. Always a hit with kids!
Ice cubes (aka jello cubes)
We also had frozen ice cubes…aka blue jello cut into squares. 🙂
Frozen party games
For the party activities, we did pin the nose on Olaf, colored frozen pictures and also decorated crowns.
The girls LOVED decorating their own princess crowns! Such a fun and inexpensive activity.
Here’s the birthday girl with her crown on. 🙂 All I did was cut out the templates (download below) and then stapled them together.
Free Frozen printables
The free printables include:
- F-R-O-Z-E-N banner
- Cupcake toppers
- Food tent cards
- Printable princess crowns
More printables from other sites:
- Olaf from Disney Clips (I printed a 18×24″ engineer print at office max for $2)
- Olaf noses (couldn’t find source on Pinterest, let me know if you know the source and I’ll update the link)
- Frozen coloring pages from Mom Endeavors
How adorable!! I really love the Olaf noses. It looks like your party was a huge hit!
Actually, Jamielyn, your timing was perfect! My granddaughter wants to have a Frozen-themed party next month for her birthday, and I’m going to forward this post to my daughter.: )
Your little girl is adorable, and she looks over the moon (er, giant snowball?!) with glee.
Thanks for all of the wonderful ideas! xoxo
love this. In need of a lil help tried printing banner but it exceeds page. Too big, how can I adjust. I tried portrait and landscape, but don’t see anything for percentage to change size. Please help:)
little update. I got it to the size I wanted. Thanks;)
Very nice job, but the banner maybe should have been down a little lower?
Thanks for the ideas and the printables! Always love your posts. I think you did an amazing job, and your table looks wonderful. I had to post, because I have a daughter with the same name, even spelled the same 🙂
Thanks for your comment Annalee! I haven’t heard of too many Emmalyn’s, how neat! 🙂
These are all wonderful ideas! Love them!