If your child is celebrating a birthday this Winter, throw A 'Frozen' Party! Transform your next birthday bash into a Winter wonderland worthy of Queen Elsa and Princess Anna! Capture all the magical moments of Frozen down to the very last icicle with these party ideas, recipes, and tips!


Serve up Wintery-white delights, anything from Swedish meatballs to rice balls. Don’t forget cauliflower as well as Sven’s carrots to dip in ranch dressing. White powdered doughnut holes are a nice addition, as are displays of white chocolate. Consider creating an ice cream bar! Be sure to serve a festive blue punch, and outfit water bottles to look like our favourite snowman, Olaf. Here are more ideas...

Olaf the Snowman Snack
Take a bite out of Olaf the Snowman for a sweet Wintery treat.This lovable character will melt your heart, and this marshmallow treat will melt in your mouth. More

Frozen Snow Cap Punch
This Snow Cap Punch is a perfect compliment to a Disney Frozen Party! Make your cups and the punch. More

Disney’s Frozen Rice Krispies Snowflakes
Disney’s Frozen Rice Krispies Snowflakes are Rice Krispies treats glazed with icing. A perfect tribute to the movie! More

Olaf the Snowman Cupcakes
Do you want to build a snowman? Use buttercream icing and fondant for an Olaf the Snowman from Frozen Cupcake! More

Snowflake Marshmallow Pops
The Snowflake Marshmallow Pops are super easy to make. Match the sugar colour to the movie. More

Disney Frozen Jello “Ice” Cubes
These Disney Frozen Jello “Ice” Cubes are so fun! Have them at your Frozen. Everyone will love them! They are super easy to make too. More

Anna, Elsa & Olaf Cupcakes
Make these cute cupcakes using Anna, Elsa, and Olaf dolls to share. Plus the dolls can be party favours as well! More


Younger kids can make their own marshmallow Olafs, with different sized marshmallows for the head and body, and toothpicks for arms and to hold them together. Use white frosting to glue on black sprinkles for the eyes and chocolate chips for the buttons. Provide edible ink pens to draw face details. Older girls will enjoy a spa-like manicure session with glittery nail polish. Have the kids make the following crafts...

Elsa Crown Craft
Everyone from dads to girls can wear their own Elsa crown! These are made of foam and organza ribbons. With the help of a template, kids can create these gorgeous crowns. More

Cardboard Tube Olaf Craft
It's Olaf, the lovable little snowman from the movie Frozen! Make one from a cardboard tube and a few simple supplies. Guaranteed to keep little guests busy. More

Elsa’s Snowflake Hair Barrettes
Jazz-up your hair style with this too-cool DIY Elsa-inspired accessory, perfect for any occasion. More

Olaf in a Snow Storm Bottle
Make these modified snow globe with Olaf bits inside. You can shake it up and watch Olaf’s pieces swirl around in the glittery storm. More

Snowflake Wand
Make these pretty snowflake wands. A perfect accessory for any Elsa costume. More


Make your party a success with these free printables. From party invitations, to banners, you'll find everything for your Frozen themed party!

Frozen Invitations
These printable invitations for your Frozen party can also be used for making cards, photo frames, signs, and backgrounds. More

Frozen Birthday Card
Download a free birthday card! The card is designed to be printed as a 5x7 card. More

Frozen Party Banner
Spice up your party with this Frozen-inspired party banner, featuring Frozen designs and images. So pretty! More


Send little guests home with mementos of their Wintery day, such as a snow globe or DIY glittery play-dough. Little princesses will love taking home their very own wands that you pick up at a dollar store. Glittery picture frames are another option.

Frozen Inpsired Snow Globes
Make these with an empty plastic snow globe from a local craft store or an empty mason jar. Fill with adorable figurines. More

Frozen Silly Putty
Kids are mad about silly putty! Add a twist to it and you'll have magical silly putty to the delight of your guests. More

Sven & Olaf Goodie Bags
Have the kids make these fun goodie bags and give them candy and treats to fill them. More

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