Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Frozen Birthday Party

What a crazy week, I have been in party / back to school mode and I think I need a holiday to recover!

Little e was 6 on Friday, how 6 years have passed I have no idea but all of a sudden our little girl isn't so little any more :( She is Frozen daft so wanted a Frozen birthday party for her friends. We had it on Saturday and it was a simple affair - 14 children, 1 bouncy castle, 2 organised games (stick the nose on Olaf and frozen statues, no photos of these as all the kids are in them) and some food.

I had been madly pinning Frozen party ideas which was probably a mistake as my effort looks lame in comparison but here are some pics of the day:

These are 2 marshmallows, a chocolate stick broken in half, some raisins
and a bit of dried apricot cut into a triangle. They went in the party bags.

Frozen Hearts

Food - Melted Snow, Olaf noses, snowflake biscuits, snowballs, frozen hearts and fairy cakes.

Olaf on the beach cake
The cake was a night before job. Little e requested an Olaf on the beach cake so that is what she got! I used this how to to help getting the shape of Olaf's face correct, it worked not too badly. The sand is crushed digestives and I used a flower garland round the cake. If I had had time I would have piped the surf but just stuck on a sausage of fondant instead...!

Finally, here are the labels I made for the various food, if you click on them they will come up full size and then you can right click and save them so you can print and use them as well!

Use this on small bottles of water.
Put it into a word document and make the correct size for your bottles!


white chocolate coated strawberries

I put this on the party bags

I made Elsa inspired hair bands for the party bags but I will do a separate post about that.

Now to recover from the party and get ready for back to school tomorrow!!

Linking to some of these linky parties.


  1. LOVE this Alison! Superb party, love all the details - I bet your Princess was over the moon with it! My little Princess will be 6 on Thursday (her party is on Saturday - eek lots to do!)

    Thanks for sharing the printables - I foresee a Frozen party in our future :) Good luck with back-to-school! xx

  2. This is amazing! I wish I'd thought to do something similar for Euan's birthday. He would have loved this (although it was never going to happen with a 6 week old in tow!). Maybe next year. I bet little E was over the moon!

  3. The Frozen party details look fabulous. The frozen hearts yum and the cake looks amazing. Little E must have well pleased. Well done to you.

  4. What a fantastic party Alison!!! You are such a resourceful woman! I love all the things you've made, and would adore a Frozen party for myself !
    By the way, there is sparkly quilting fabric including a panel of the two girls available soon! I saw it on the Fat Quarter Shop website in the USA.

  5. How fun. I love the cake. Thanks so much for sharing with Wednesday's Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Have a great week.
    Debi @ Adorned From Above

  6. Congratulations! This post is featured over at Diana Rambles today and has been pinned in the Featured at Diana Rambles board at Pinterest, Tweeted, and Recommended on G+. Please grab a featured button off my sidebar or via the link under the features. Thanks for sharing this awesome idea!

  7. Lovely pictures! Even I took up this theme for my daughter’s 5th birthday party. I booked one of the prettiest venues in Chicago for her. I tried making her day one of the best days in her life. Oh! And she looks very cute in that frozen dress.