101 Frozen Party Ideas

Are you looking for the ultimate list of Frozen Party Ideas?  Well you’ve just found it!  Here’s 101 ideas for throwing a Frozen themed party, collected from around the Frozen-crazed internet.

  1. Hire an Elsa Entertainer
  2. Welcome guests with Olaf
  3. Throw “Olaf butt” water balloons
  4. Eat blue chocolate fondue
  5. Pull apart an Elsa dress cupcake cake
  6. Serve “Frozen heart” strawberries
  7. Supersize an Elsa “Airwalker” balloon
  8. Elsa braid cake
  9. Ship in real snow!
  10. Hire a foam machine (fake snow)
  11. Stream our Frozen party playlist on Spotify
  12. Fill a stand with blue and white cake pops
  13. Hire a Frozen bouncy castle
  14. Cover Pringle cans with Frozen wrappers
  15. Play pin the nose on Olaf
  16. Make an Olaf in summer Jelly
  17. Sing Frozen karaoke with home made mics
  18. Decorate tables with Elsa center pieces
  19. Present cupcakes on an Elsa dress stand
  20. Cut out a snowflake table runner
  21. Craft individual princess tiara’s
  22. Build a Frozen rock troll for your patio
  23. Hire a Frozen-themed ice cream van
  24. Smash an Olaf shaped Pinata
  25. Freeze water in sand castle buckets
  26. Hang Frozen inspired bunting flags
  27. Fill Frozen ice cream sandwiches
  28. Create Arendelle tourist board invitations
  29. Make Elsa dress cupcakes
  30. Hang a Frozen Fever style birthday banner
  31. Make glue gun snowflake decorations
  32. Make healthy Greek yogurt Olaf treats
  33. Make Rock Troll truffles
  34. Hang balloon snowflakes from the ceiling
  35. Make a ice palace chandelier
  36. Fry up some cinnamon sugar snowflakes
  37. Create a Frozen themed party count down calendar
  38. Make a Elsa princess doll cake
  39. Serve ice-blue cocktails for the grown ups
  40. Throw snowballs at Marshmallow
  41. Have a few Frozen jokes up your sleeve
  42. Make Frozen heart ice cubes for drinks
  43. Munch on some Elsa braid cookies
  44. Serve Olaf snow cones
  45. Top a cupcake with a Elsa dress
  46. Send Frozen themed invites
  47. Serve a Frozen Fever sunflower cake
  48. Toast with blue sparkling wine
  49. Pour milk into Olaf plastic cups
  50. Treat your guests with Elsa dress favour boxes
  51. Hand out Frozen themed picnic boxes
  52. Snap a Frozen themed photo booth
  53. Sprinkle snowflake confetti across your table
  54. Candy floss snow cones
  55. Commission an Olaf ice sculpture
  56. Have someone dress as Frozen Anna
  57. Give Frozen Golden Books as Favours
  58. Stamp snowflakes from napkin corners
  59. Add sparkle to plastic silverware
  60. Make Olaf chocolate bark
  61. Hang snowflakes from the ceiling
  62. Blue glitter Elsa nail polish favors
  63. Whip up Frozen blue icecream cones
  64. Hang regal Arendelle-esque banners
  65. Lay a snowflake pathway
  66. Make a pile of balloon Snowgies
  67. Make Olaf chocolate covered Oreos
  68. Paint Frozen glitter tattoos
  69. Make mini Elsa braid cupcakes
  70. Cut cheese snowflakes for crackers
  71. Make Olaf baseball cap favors
  72. Open Frozen themed fortune cookies
  73. Lay your party table like Anna’s dress
  74. Send Elsa dress invitations
  75. Hide snowflakes in your cupcakes
  76. Serve Olaf noses as a crispy snack
  77. Make Anna dress rice krispie treats
  78. Use sunflowers as decorations
  79. Warm up with an Olaf hug hot chocolate
  80. Dress your table in a Frozen themed tutu
  81. Get silly withTroll snot party favors
  82. Stick a parasol in an Olaf summer cupcake
  83. Invest in a snowflake plunger cutter
  84. Make Elsa dress favor bags
  85. Freeze edible snowflakes in popsicles
  86. Learn how to make rock candy ice sheets
  87. Help clean with up Frozen listerine favors
  88. Braid your party hair like Elsa’s
  89. Twist an Elsa balloon model
  90. Set up an blue drinks fountain
  91. Flip an Frozen themed pancake
  92. Make a Kristoff costume for a boy
  93. Add sparkle to wine glasses
  94. Crown the birthday girl
  95. Scoop ice cream Snowgies
  96. Munch on snow marshmallow balls
  97. Put Sven the reindeer on your cake
  98. Build a cheese snowman
  99. Blow Frozen bubble wands
  100. Hand out gloves as favors
  101. Play Sven’s Antlers ring toss

Paper snowflakes

Inspired by the recent snow, I’m going to make paper snowflakes with my kids this weekend.  The magic of paper snowflakes is that no matter what the weather looks like outside, it can be winter where you are. And, although it’s fairly obvious how to make a basic snowflake design, I started doing a little research on the subject to get inspiration.


First I found a great idea for creating a Frozen-inspired table runner for a Frozen party table.  That looks pretty neat and I’d love to try it myself on a ice-blue table cloth.

Frozen table runner

Then, I did some more searching and was amazed to find these amazing Frozen-inspired paper snowflakes (thanks to http://www.thejoysofboys.com/frozen-snowflakes).

Olaf paper snowflake

Olaf paper snowflake

Anna and Elsa paper snowflake


Kristoff and Sven paper snowflakes.

Kristoff-and-Sven -paper snowflakes

I’m going to attempt to make these, and you never know, I may end up combining both ideas to make a Frozen character paper snowflake table runner.

Okay, so I thought it ended there.  I was quite impressed with those designs.  Then I discovered there’s actually a professional artist, specialising in paper snowflakes.  Her name: Kit Cameo.  She is amazing.  I found them on the “Oh my Disney” blog (http://blogs.disney.com/oh-my-disney). These sent shivers down my spine…

Kit Cameo Paper Snowflake: Frozen full cast

This amazing paper snowflake features the whole cast of Frozen (well the goodies anyway), except Kristoff!  Wait what?! Sven really looks desperate for a carrot, and he’ll have to wait a while with no Kristoff around!


Kit Cameo Paper Snowflake: Arendelle

At first glance, Arendelle castle is the dominant feature in this snowflake, but it’s worth a closer look. I love the two profiles of Elsa in this one: first, the official flag silhouette on the path leading to the castle. Second, Elsa creating snow from her hands.  Watch out for the Frozen heart and Marshmallow the snow monster!


Kit Cameo Paper Snowflake: Frozen Fractals

The details are amazing. Just look at Sven the reindeer running to the rescue. I can also spot Kristoff’s Sleigh and a happy little Olaf running for a warm hug!


Respect Kit Cameo!