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Kids' Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

Disney Frozen - Foil BalloonSo you're throwing a Frozen themed birthday party for your child, and you have their Frozen costumes all sorted, but what about the rest of the party? We're here to help you with ideas to make your Disney Frozen party the best one ever!

Decorations and party supplies

One of the best ways to set the scene for a themed party is to decorate your home or party venue appropriately. A great idea would be to hang light blue and white coloured balloons and streamers to keep with the Frozen colour scheme! You can also hang onto some of your Christmas decorations and hand snowflake themed items around the place.

Party supplies and tableware are equally as important when it comes to themed party decorations. We have an awesome and huge range of officially licensed Frozen party supplies and accessories available, including napkins, cups, plates, tablecloths, thank you notes, balloons, and so much more! You could even mix in some snowflake tableware or some light blue or white tableware to really cement the look of the party.

Disney Frozen 16 oz. Plastic CupFood and drinks

Another really fun way to incorporate your Frozen theme into the party is to have Frozen themed food! There are so many great snacks and treats out there that you can alter slightly to make it Frozen themed. You could have a big birthday cake decorated in blue and white (and maybe even featuring Anna and Elsa!). You could serve blue cordial or frozen drinks, and have the kids build their very own Olaf using marshmallows, pretzels, chocolate chips, and orange Tic Tacs! Alternatively, why not try baking and decorating some snowflake shaped cookies, or putting together a blue and white candy buffet? The options are endless!

Party games and activities

There are plenty of ways to have fun with Frozen themed party games. The most obvious one is "pin the nose on Olaf" - the same as pin the tail on the donkey, but just with a huge picture of Olaf and little cutout carrot noses! Another fun activity is allowing the kids to play with fake snow (or real snow, if you have some!). You can look up fake snow recipes online or purchase it from play or craft stores.

Kids love scavenger hunts, so if you're creatively inclined, why not make up a Frozen themed scavenger hunt for them to follow? You can make the clues link up to quotes and lyrics from the movie! Finally, you can set the kids up to do some "ice painting", which involves lightly brushing clear water onto some paper to make cool designs. You can even add a little bit of food dye to the water to the kids can "ice paint" with different colours.