Throw a Disney Frozen Themed Party!

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Disney’s Frozen has easily stolen the spot of one of my favorite Disney films ever, and I know I’m not alone in that sentiment!  It will no doubt be one of the hottest birthday party themes of the year, so for all of you planners out there, I put together some ideas of wintry, icy-themed treats to help you put together an impressive dessert and drink display fit for Queen Elsa herself.

I have linked each recipe or tutorial below each photo – photo credits belong to the individual blog from whence it came (I’ve always wanted to use that phrase in a sentence).  For all of you pinners out there that want to save this list of ideas for later, scroll on down to the very bottom for a pin-friendly image!

Happy party planning!

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Snowflake Sugar Cookies by Cake and Allie – In this tutorial, Allie shares some helpful tips for piping and flooding these dainty snowflake cookies – as well as sharing her recipe for rolled sugar cookies!

Items that might help with this project:

Wilton Snowflake Comfort Grip Cookie Cutter
Wilton Metal Snowflake Set of 4 (various sizes)

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Olaf Cupcakes by Kristan for Spoonful – Do you want to build a snowman?  After seeing the movie, we instantly fell in love with this lovable, goofy little snowman, and how perfect are these cupcakes?  Click through to the tutorial to get the full instructions for how to decorate them.

Items that might help with this project:

Black and White Candy Eyeballs
Eclipse Chewing Gum, 180-Count
Air Heads – Orange, 36-Count
Kenny’s Black Licorice Laces

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Hot Chocolate Tray by Joyful Details – how perfect would these be for a wintry-themed party?  I love the idea of mini servings of hot chocolate in glass mugs, topped with a dollop of whipped cream and Pirouettes.  The faux snow on the tray just completes the look!

Items that might help with this project:

Libbey 8.5oz Irish Coffee Mug, Clear, Set of 12
Pepperidge Farm Pirouette Cookies – French Vanilla
Department 56 Village Faux Snow

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White Chocolate Peanut Butter Ritz Sandwiches by Gluesticks – If you’re looking to serve a snack you can whip together in no time, Brandy shares this simple tutorial for putting together some delicious Ritz sandwiches with an instant winter twist!  In fact, I can think of lots of uses for these cute snowflake-shaped Ritz.

Alternate idea:  Make this a savory snack by cutting out snowflake-shaped cheese with cookie cutters and serve on top of the crackers on a tray sprinkled with fake snow.

Items that might help with this project:
Ritz Crackers, Limited Edition Snowflake Shape
Ghirardelli Chocolate White Melting Wafers

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Blue Party Punch with Snowballs by Comfy in the Kitchen – This is an easy punch that displays stunningly, and uses ingredients that the kiddos are sure to love!  In addition to the ice cream snowballs, you could also make big ice cubes in the shape of snowflakes to float in the bowl.   Click through to get the full recipe.

Items that might help with this project:

6 Compartment Snowflakes Silicone Mold

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 White Chocolate Banana Cake Snowballs by Nibbles & feasts – these adorable cake balls would be so easy to eat and cute to serve!  If you don’t like banana cake, substitute with the flavor of your choice!

Items that might help with this project:
Wilton Snowflakes Sprinkles

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Cinnamon Roll Muddy Buddies by Crazy for Crust – muddy buddies, also known as puppy chow, is the perfect kid friendly snack mix for any party.  This quick recipe uses pre-made frosting and flavoring so you can have this whipped up in no time.

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Snowman Snack Mix by Spoonful – I love this idea!!  Snowman parts just tossed together in a bowl makes for an adorable display.

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Chocolate Dipped Snowflake Oreos by UpCountry Olio – you guys have got to see Lynn’s method for turning a plain Oreo cookie into these gorgeous winter-themed treats.  It looks a lot harder than it is!

Items that may help with this project:
Snowflakes Chocolate Transfer Sheet
CK Products blue candy melts

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Color-themed candy buffets shared by Everything Infinite – candy buffets are an excellent way to beef up your treat table without spending a lot of extra time slaving away in the kitchen!  Try blue and white rock candy, M&M’s, swirly lollipops, jelly beans, peppermint sticks, sixlets, taffy, and more!  You can find interesting glassware at any craft store.  Make sure to use containers of differing heights to add dimension.  You can find blue & white candy on Amazon!

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Licensed Frozen Party Supplies – It’s likely you’ll want to round out your party theme with a few licensed products so that your kiddos can see their favorite characters, like Queen Elsa and Princess Anna, in all their glory.  Luckily, Frozen is HUGE right now, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding supplies at your local party supply store.  If you’re having difficulty locating what you need, I found some supplies (cupcake toppers, mylar balloons, plates and napkins, stickers, etc) that will help you out!

And here’s the Pinterest-friendly image I promised:

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Comments

  1. Dude, yes. 

  2. Wow u did an amazing job. Thank you so very much for sharing your beautiful ideas and pictures. I am having such a hard time preparing my daughters 5th birthday party. Rumor has it all the decorations and little stuff will be released Match 18th I believe. Either way your ideas will help me. Thank you again for taking the time to share.

  3. This would be perfect for Mallies Birthday party!

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  7. Heather says:

    OH…MY…GOSH!!!!!    I was looking for Frozen themed snacks and your page popped up…the I saw your Corgi…..WE ARE CORGI PEOPLE!!!!…actually Byre was on my lap fighting with the laptop for attention!  Gorgeous….gorgeous work!!!!!  Love that you included your Corgi  :)

  8. Thanks for sharing these great ideas! I am looking forward to trying some for my daughters birthday!
    I featured your round up in my blog round up here
    http://www.rekrahcreative.com/top10frozenpartyfoodideasandfrozeninviations/

  9. que buenas ideas

  10. Great for our Princess themed birthday

  11. Any ideas to decorate a community pool for Frozen theme???

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