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

First Frozen Fever cakes round up

Anna’s birthday cake, the sunflower one from Frozen Fever, has started a whole new trend of caking baking and decorating through the party cake world. Any child who has seen Frozen Fever has now started switching preferences from ice blue snowflake dresses, to bright blue and sunflowers. “I want a Frozen Fever party Mummy!”

There’s just enough examples of Frozen Fever cake around to create a round up of the best. So, what is it about this cake?

  • It’s blue
  • It’s round
  • It’s got yellow sunflowers
  • It’s Anna’s cake!

Those are the main criteria, qualifying a birthday cake as a Frozen Fever birthday cake.

So, here’s my round up, in no particular order…




 

Frozen Fever cake: The original ice cream cake from the Disney Frozen Fever wrap party.

This cake was tweeted by one of the animators from Frozen Fever during the “Wrap party” for the film.  Apparently, it was an actual ice-cream cake (just like in the film).  It looks immense!  The sunflowers are silk flowers on this one; most of those below are fondant sunflowers, which would take much longer to craft.

Frozen fever sunflower cake - disney wrap party

Source: https://twitter.com/AndrenLanson

 

Frozen Fever cake: Abstract cake with sparkles

I love this cake because it’s different: it takes Anna’s birthday cake as inspiration, then turns it upside down a little and reverts back to snowflakes and sparkles for a bit.  It qualifies as a Frozen Fever cake as it’s blue, round and has sunflowers, but it’s breaking the conventions already in these early days!

Frozen fever cake - abstract diamonds

Source: Unknown

 

Frozen Fever cake: Party on a cake

This Frozen Fever cake is a party on a cake, there’s even a mini Frozen Fever cake on the cake!  The cake features all our favourite characters and Olaf looks like he’s taking a cheeky taste of the mini cake.  The cheerful bunting could only be improved by using the same design as the flags from Frozen Fever.

Frozen fever cake - bunting

Source: http://www.craftcompany.co.uk/frozen-fever-birthday-cake.html

 

Frozen Fever cake: 3D effect ice skating Anna and Elsa

This cake is so neat and perfect, the sunflowers are all exactly the same and the icing swoops appear to be equal in length.  But what I most enjoy about this cake is that the cardboard cut out of Elsa and Anna ice skating appears to be 3D, and it looks quite a lot like ice too!

Frozen fever cake - ice statue 3D

Source: http://mycupcakeaddiction.com/blogs/how-to-make-a-frozen-fever-cake-aka-anna-s-birthday-cake

 

Frozen Fever Cake:  Sunflower roll cake

Haniela’s is starting to become a favourite of ours, and she’s inspired us with another genius Frozen Fever themed cake.  This sunflower roll cake is stunning, the colours are so bright and the cake so perfectly rolled.  Again, it complies with the rules (just!): Blue, round, sunflowers!

Frozen fever cake - sunflower roll

Source: http://www.hanielas.com/2015/04/frozen-fever-sunflower-cake-roll.html 

 

Frozen Fever Cake: two-tiers

Many of the Frozen Fever cakes in this round up are huge, like the original one from the film.  We like this one because it is well proportioned for a normal kids party.  Two layers of cake, with plenty of sunflowers, big and small.

Frozen fever cake - two tier

Source: http://food.browzen.com/p/oYYQu0

 

Frozen Fever cake: Lit Anna and Elsa ice dancers

This Frozen Fever cake is on our list because of the actual 3D sculpture of Anna and Elsa on top.  And it’s lit!  Beautiful!

Frozen fever sunflower cake - lit ice statue

Source: Unknown

 

Frozen Fever Cake:  Eaten by Olaf!

This cake is the most accurate cake to that seen in the film, the sunflowers are the right proportion, there’s frost on each layer and even Olaf has had a swipe at it, to reveal the chocolate layers inside.  Genius!

Frozen fever sunflower cake - olaf bite

Source: https://www.facebook.com/bolosbellini/photos/pcb.860068540702135/860067364035586/?type=1&theater

 

Frozen Fever Cake: Simple, one tier

This is a lovely little cake.  It’s just one tier, but it focusses so much love on Anna and Elsa.  And are those Oreo’s in the middle of the sunflowers?  There’s definitely M&M all the way round too.  Winner!

Frozen fever sunflower cake - sensible size

Source: https://vanillacakesandcookies.wordpress.com/

 

Frozen Fever cake: mountainous cake

This cake appears to be on the scale of the North Mountain! It’s huuuuge.  It features countless tiers but remains distinctly Frozen Fever with it’s sunflowers.

Frozen fever cake - mountain

Source: https://instagram.com/p/1eMnUiPPjB/




10 of the best Frozen Fever party ideas

Frozen fever has been at the cinema for just a couple of weeks now, but already the Frozen Fever-inspired birthday party ideas are flooding the internet.  It’s not surprising, the movie short is all about princess Anna’s birthday surprise, so there’s lots of party inspiration throughout the film.  The Frozen Party Ideas blog has collected 10 of the best Frozen Fever Party ideas, from just the first couple of weeks.  We’re sure there’ll be a lot more party ideas about in the coming weeks and months…

Frozen Fever Princess Anna Doll cake

Princess Anna is the birthday girl herself in the movie Frozen Fever.  She wears a beautiful spring dress covered in sunflowers.  Here’s the first, gorgeous, princess doll cake we’ve seen using Frozen Fever Anna as inspiration.

Anna Frozen Fever princess doll cake

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNePrstyOQw

 

Frozen Fever Anna’s birthday cake cake wrap

What a brilliant idea, for a ever-so-slightly lazy party.  Although you’d still need to make the cakes, or stack them, this cake wrap features the sunflower design from Anna’s birthday cake, so you don’t have to pipe the frosting yourself!

Frozen fever birthday cake wraps

 

Source: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00UUELZIM/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00UUELZIM&linkCode=as2&tag=froze08-20&linkId=ELRWOUHQ7CW2Z7Y3

 

Frozen Fever Anna’s birthday cake cookies

These dinky little three-layer chocolate covered cookies are adorable. The piped icing around the sides is so cleverly done, it’s all tiny weeny work!  Check out the video tutorial, link below.

Frozen fever cake inspired cookies

Source: https://youtu.be/wX2Zo8ppp6A

 

Elsa’s Frozen Fever Spring dress cupcake cake

We love a princess dress cupcake cake, and this one is extra special as it’s the first real Frozen Fever themed cake we spotted.  We absolutely love the pink spring flowers placed so neatly over this Elsa dress. Yum yum.

Frozen fever elsa dress cupcake cake

Source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/45893740@N02/15067216127/

 

Frozen Fever Marshmallow Snowgies

A fun cooking activity to do with the kids in preparation for your Frozen party, or just during the weekend or holidays.  These marshmallow Snowgies are super simple, but very effective if made in large quantities!  Pile ’em up and top with an Olaf for a massive centre piece at your Frozen party!

Frozen fever party Marshmallow snowgies

Source: https://youtu.be/hKOksFHU048

 

Frozen Fever Snowgies Cake Pops

Yes, of course, the obvious application of the Snowgies concept is cake pops.  We could have seen that a mile off, but here are the first to appear on the internet.  Actually there were two sets appearing at pretty much the same time, so we’ve included both.  You can never have enough Snowgies, hey Olaf?

Frozen fever party Snowgie cake pops Snowgies cake pops

Source: Snowgie cake pops on blue sticks: https://youtu.be/lPe39jYkeyw

Source Snowgies with Olaf cake pops:  https://www.facebook.com/Densoncakepops

 

Frozen Fever Snowgies Cupcakes

We love these Frozen Fever Snowgies cupcakes, because they combine both the cheeky Snowgie snowman babies but also the fun and colourful sunflower design from Anna’s birthday cake.

Frozen fever party Snowgies cupcakes

Source: https://youtu.be/VXoQzen2HHA

 

Frozen Fever Sunflower embroidered tablecloth

Anna’s surprise birthday party is themed with bright yellow sunflowers, even the white linen table clothes in the courtyard are embroidered with sunflowers.  But, there’s two reasons you’re not going to go out and buy a handmade, sunflower embroidered tablecloth for your party: 1. It’s going to be pretty expensive, 2. It’ll get covered in blue-colours cake frosting at your Frozen Fever inspired party!  So, here’s a great alternative.  Buy a plain white paper tablecloth (super cheap) and stick these gorgeouse sunflower stickers on it!

frozen fever sunflower tableclothFrozen fever Sunflower table cloth

Source: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0038ZIOTS/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=19450&creativeASIN=B0038ZIOTS&linkCode=as2&tag=sardemullivin-21&linkId=ZNZ332GCKGDEG4H3

 

Olaf and Snowgies Ice Cream cake

The pile of Snowgies shouting surprise at the end of Frozen Fever has to be one of the stand-out moments of the film.  So why not recreate this moment on a cake, and why not make it an ice cream cake?!  This ice cream cake is covered in cute marshmallow snowgies, and filled with blue ice cream and marshmallows.  Just fabulous!

Olaf and snowgies cake

Source: https://youtu.be/DILc36uD6EE

 

Snowgie pom pom favours

You’ve got to give your party guests a handful of snowgies to take home from your Frozen Fever party.  Soooooooo cute!

Snowgies craft favours

Source: http://onecreativemommy.com/frozen-fever-snowgies-craft-kids-baby-snowmen

 

For lots more Frozen Fever party inspiration, visit our pinterest board: https://www.pinterest.com/frozenpartyidea/frozen-fever-annas-birthday-inspired-party/

Ten of the best Sven cakes

Everyone loves Sven, the friendly reindeer from Frozen. Sven is a reindeer with the heart of a Labrador, Sven is Kristoff’s loyal friend, super strong sleigh-puller and conscience! Do you need any more reasons to feature him on your Frozen party cake?

We’ve reined in ten of the best Sven from Frozen cakes from around the web.

 

Sven from Frozen cake: Baby Sven

What an adorable face!  This baby Sven cake is so cute, perfect for a baby’s first birthday party.  Bless!

frozen cake - baby sven

Source: https://www.facebook.com/littlecherrycakecompany

 

Sven from Frozen cake: Sven buried by snow.

Poor Sven, buried under snow.  We love that Sven is the central focus of this cake, and the extra puff of icing sugar on his nose!

frozen cake sven under snow

Source: https://www.facebook.com/Izzyscakes 

 

Sven from Frozen cake: Cheerful Sven and Olaf

This bright and cheerful Frozen cake shows Olaf and Sven larking around.  This Frozen party cake would brighten anyone’s day!

frozen cake - Sven and olaf

Source: http://www.cakecentral.com/g/i/3209247/frozen-cake-with-handmade-sven-and-olaf/

 




 

Sven from Frozen cake: Sven and Olaf on ice

Poor old Sven is the butt of Olaf’s joke in this cake, but we still love it. Sven looks so soft and fluffy, we just want to pick him up, cuddle him and then gobble him up!!

Frozen cake Sven flat olaf laughing

Source: http://www.catcakes.es/

 

Sven from Frozen cake:  Sven showstopper

This cake is pure art, but we love that Sven is tops the showtopper!

frozen cake - sven showshopper

Source: https://www.facebook.com/AtelierGaliasSugarArt

 

Sven from Frozen cake: Sven, Olaf and winter trees

We love the pretty trees on this cake, they remind us of the movie scene with crystals hanging from the frozen branches when we first meet Olaf.  Sven has a wonderful expression on his face here too!

frozen cake - Sven olaf trees

Source: Unknown

 

Sven from Frozen cake: Kind Sven

We just love the kind look in Sven’s eyes in this Frozen party cake.  He looks so lovingly at Olaf!

frozen cake - kind sven

Source: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Willow-cake-decorations

 

 




 

Sven from Frozen cake: Sven with Carrots

Sven is happily munching on a carrot in this Frozen themed cake.  We sure hope this is a carrot cake!

frozen cake sven and carrots 

Source: https://www.facebook.com/BigCakesLittleCakesAndASmileEveryDay

 

Sven from Frozen cake: Sven and sleigh

This cake is using plastic decorations, so it is cheating a little bit.  But we do love that the complete ice harvesting team is included: Kristoff, Sven and their sleigh!  There’s even some fuel provide, a little bunch of carrots for Sven!

Frozen cake - sven sleigh

Source: Unknown

Sven from Frozen cake: Sven fondant topper

This one is cheating a little bit, but we just can’t say no to Sven’s little face!  This Sven fondant cake topper would turn any simple white frosted cake into a stunning Frozen birthday cake!

Frozen cake - fondant sven topper

Source: https://www.etsy.com/listing/206148545/frozen-inspired-sven-the-raindeer




Ten of the best Queen Elsa doll cakes

Barbie doll cakes have been around for a long time, they have been adapted to create Disney princess cakes and most recently to create beautiful and glamorous Elsa and Anna princess doll cakes.  These Elsa princess doll cakes can be the most amazing centrepiece at your child’s Frozen themed party. They are relatively easy to make, if you have a Elsa doll to hand.  We’ve collected ten of the best Elsa doll cakes from around the web.

Queen Elsa doll cake: Large snowflakes

We love the beautifully sculpted white snowflakes on this Elsa doll cake. Elsa’s skirt is built up with flowing layers of ice blue fondant.

Queen Elsa cake - Elsa large snowflakes olaf

Source: Pinterest

 

Queen Elsa Doll cake: Large frosting swirls

A tasty alternative to fondant icing as decoration to an Elsa doll cake, is buttercream icing swirls.  This Elsa cake features hundreds of ice-blue buttercream swirls.

Queen Elsa cake - frosting swirls

Source: Pinterest

Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Snowflake lights

We love a bit of technology in our cakes, here’s an Elsa doll cake featuring pretty back-lit snowflakes around her hem.  She’s a sparkly magic masterpiece! We also love the detailed piping work featuring teal, ice blue and white snowflakes around the top of her skirt.

Queen Elsa cake - lit snowflakes

Source: Pinterest

 

Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Pressed snowflakes, neat pearls

This Elsa doll cake features lots of neatly pressed snowflakes, easily made using a snowflake fondant press.  But we included this prince cake in our top 10 because we love the neat little icing pearls spotting from top to bottom of Elsa’s skirt.

Queen Elsa cake - neat pearls

Source: Unknown

 

Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Ice blue gradient

We love the use of colour in this cake, which features a dark-blue to ice blue gradient in Elsa’s skirt.

Queen Elsa cake - piped snowflakes and swirls

Source: http://www.yummymummykitchen.com/

 

Queen Elsa Doll cake: Rock candy 

We love a bit of Rock Candy and this Elsa doll cake is unique in that it features a whole lot of it around the base of Elsa’s skirt.

Queen Elsa cake - rock candy

Source: http://www.madebyaprincessblog.com/2014/05/Frozen-Birthday-Party.html

 

Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Ruffles

This super glamorous Elsa, is not built into the centre of the cake skirt, but poses in front of a cake smothered in ruffles of ice-blue ruffles. You can almost hear her singing “Let it go”. We love the extra detail that she is walking over snowflake lace.

Queen Elsa cake - ruffles

Source: http://cakesrock.rocks/rockin-cakes/2558431

Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Silver Swirls

This Elsa cake is decorated with painted-on silver swirls.  We love the neat seal between the doll and the cake skirt, using a single white fondant snowflake.

Queen Elsa cake - silver swirls

Source: http://www.facebook.com/janeebabescakes

 

Queen Elsa Doll cake: Sugar frosted

The simplicity of this Elsa doll cake is it’s beauty.  Elsa’s cake is decorated with a fine layer of crystal sugar, giving a pretty frosted effect all over.

 

Queen Elsa cake - sugar frosted

 

Source: Pinterest

 

Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Twists

Another super glam Elsa, surely singing “Let it go”.  This Elsa doll is also in front of her cake skirt, which is covered in layers of ice blue fondant twists.

Queen Elsa cake - twists and leg

Source: https://www.facebook.com/cupsncakeswnc

Melted Olaf chocolate bark

Calling all chocolate lovers! If normal chocolate bars just aren’t cutting it for your Frozen party, now you can up your Frozen game with this quick, easy, melted Olaf chocolate bark. It would be as happy on the birthday tea table as wrapped in cellophane as Frozen party favours.

The setup is simple: White chocolate is melted and topped with pieces of a melted Olaf. But perhaps the real highlight of this the white chocolate carrot noses and Olaf eyeballs that stare back at you.

This recipe is so easy, it’s great fun to do together with the birthday boy or girl.

Ingredients

Melted Olaf Chocolate bark - www.frozenpartyideas.co.uk

Ingredients: Melted Olaf Chocolate bark

  •  450g white cooking chocolate
  • 50g white mini marshmallows (seperate out 24 to make Olaf’s eyes)
  • 20g pretzels (broken into Olaf arm and hair shapes)
  • 12 white chocolate carrot decorations
  • 150g chocolate balls or chocolate chips
  • Black design icing tube – for Olaf’s eye pupils

 

Method

1. Prepare Olaf’s eyes, by adding tiny dots of black icing to eye of the 24 mini marshmallows reserved for the Olaf eyes.

Marshmallaw Olaf eyes

Marshmallaw Olaf eyes

2. Melt the chocolate in the microwave and mix in the mini marshmallows

Melted white chocolate and mini marshmallows

Melted white chocolate and mini marshmallows

3. Pour onto a lined baking tray

Olaf chocolate bark

Pour onto a lined baking tray

4. Add the pretzel Olaf arms and hair

5. Add the Olaf eyes, in pairs

6. Add the Olaf buttons

7. Add the Olaf carrot noses

Olaf chocolate bark close up

Olaf chocolate bark

8. Place the chocolate bark, on the baking tray, in the fridge for an hour

9. Cut into chunks (large ones for Mummies, small ones for little party guests!)

Melted Olaf chocolate bark

Melted Olaf chocolate bark

 

 

Melted Olaf chocolate bark

Melted Olaf chocolate bark

 

Frozen-themed pancakes

Don’t forget that tomorrow is pancake day! How about flipping a Frozen-themed pancake this Shrove Tuesday? These are great ideas if you are having a small Frozen-themed party this half term.

Snow queen pancakes

We love this Elsa pancake from “Miss Recipe” on YouTube. The first pancake looks like Elsa.

Olaf pancakes

Anyone else fancy a gorgeously tanned Olaf pancake tomorrow?

(Nice work Saipancakes)

 

Blue and white snowflake pancakes

These pancakes are so pretty and the colour scheme will match your Frozen-themed party beautifully. Snowflake pancake art!

 

Buzzfeed link: http://www.buzzfeed.com/frozenparty/frozen-themed-pancakes-1bzm9

Elsa dress or Anna dress cupcake cakes (pull apart cakes)

What’s not to love about cupcake cakes (otherwise known as pull-apart cakes)?! They’re easy to bake, easy to serve and there are no speciality baking pans required!

Just bake enough cupcakes to allow at least one per party guest, and enough to ensure a good dress design.  We suggest about 25-30 cupcakes to create real impact.

On top of the normal kit you need to make a simple cupcake, all you really need to prepare is: a large cake board, the right food colourings for your chosen Frozen princess dress and a piping bag with a big nozzle! You may want to further accessorise the dress with a transparent veil, a magenta cape, a flurry of pretty snowflakes, or an yellow fondant Elsa plait.

Anna dress cupcakes  Elsa dress plait cupcake cake  Elsa dres cupcake cake

 

You can find more ideas for Frozen cupcake cakes via the inspirational photos on our website: www.frozenpartyideas.co.uk/frozen-birthday-cakes

 

Method

  1. Make cupcakes and allow to cool (you may need to bake a few batches)
  2. Position your cupcakes in a dress shaped triangle on your board, adding 3-4 extra cupcakes at the top to create a bodice.
  3. Once you’re happy with the positioning, take a little butter-cream icing in your piping bag and just pop a dot of frosting onto the bottom of each cupcake, using the icing to ‘glue’ them into position on your cake board.
  4. Create the neckline and sleeves above the dress, using around 9-10 cupcakes  and glue these into place with icing.
  5. Using your piping bag and round piping tip, ice your cupcakes with a low smooth swirl, making sure you come all the way over the edges and use the icing to join the cupcakes on each side. Make sure you tailor the colour of your icing to the colours of the dress, bodice and sleeves.



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Cotton Candy snow (candy floss snow)

Cotton candy has always seemed magical to me, it’s wispy charm appealed to me as a child and I was always drawn toward cotton candy stalls at school fêtes or at fairgrounds.  Now, I’ve realised just how much it looks like snow and what a wonderfully decorative feature it would make a a Frozen themed party.  It is also quite versatile in it’s use, from desserts, to drinks and of course easy, child-pleasing Frozen-themed party favours!

Frozen themed desserts using cotton candy

It’s simplicity is genius, but simple peaks of blue cotton candy look just like the North Mountain.

Frozen party -Candy floss snow peaks

(source: http://catchmyparty.com/)

And balls of blue or white candy floss are very realistic snow balls.

Frozen party -Candy floss snow cones

(Source: http://blog.dressmycupcake.com/)

Cotton candy wands make a stand out centre piece on your Frozen-theme dessert table.

Frozen party -candy floss wands

(Source:  unknown)


Frozen themed drinks using cotton candy

Frozen themed snowball cocktail, using white cotton candy

Whipped cream flavoured vodka mixed with lemon juice makes this drink a perfect combination of sweet and sour!

Frozen party -Candy floss cocktail - snow ball

(source: http://tastykitchen.com/)

Ingredients:

  • 2 measures, fluid Whipped Cream Flavoured Vodka
  • 1 measure, freshly squeezed lemon Juice
  • 1 “ball” of white cotton candy
  • Sugar or white sugar pearls, to frost a martini glass

Preparation:

  1. In a shaker filled with ice cubes, put in 2 shots of whipped cream vodka and one shot of freshly squeezed lemon juice.
  2. Shake well.
  3. Place the cotton candy in a martini glass rimmed with sugar or white sugar pearls. Strain the cocktail over the cotton candy, “melting” the snowball and infusing the cocktail with sweetness.

Frozen themed kid’s mocktail using cotton candy

This strikingly beautiful children’s mocktail is simple. First, freeze water in snowflake shaped ice cube trays before the party. When it’s time to serve, be sure to use clear glasses so the kids can enjoy the visual appeal. Place the frozen snowflake ice cubes in the bottom of the glass. Next, add blue cotton candy in the glass, then pour water over it and watch the magic happen!

Frozen party -candy floss mocktail - ice water

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Frozen themed favours using candy floss

All the kids can take their own lump of Arendelle snow home with them with candy floss party favours.

Frozen party -candy floss goblets favours

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Frozen party -candy floss icecream favours

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Cotton candy making machines

If you are going to use a lot of cotton candy at a party, say if you can giving away 30 cotton candy favours, it makes a lot of sense to invest in a cotton candy maker, which are available to buy at around $45.  You could also then decorate your whole Frozen-themed party venue with cotton candy snow!

candy floss maker

“What’s that amazing smell? Chocolate!”, Frozen-themed chocolate fountain

You can’t help loving a chocolate fountain.  And once you start dipping, you can’t stop (well in my case anyway)!   Children adore them too. You’ll have happy chocolatey faces everywhere. Make sure you have lots of wipes. Running the fountain won’t be messy, but the kids will be! But regardless of any mess, I can do this, I was born ready!

Frozen-themed chocolate

The amazing thing is that you can get all sorts of colours of chocolate to flow through them. And although most people prefer dark or milk chocolate, a white or even blue chocolate cascade would be fabulous at a Frozen-themed party.

Frozen-themed Chocolote fountain – Dipping items

As for the items to dip, you can’t go wrong…everything will fit so well with the Frozen party theme.

Marshmallows monsters – check!

Frozen heart strawberries – check!

Pretzel stick Olaf arms – check!

Mini meringue snow balls – check!

All absolutely delicious.

 

Plenty of choice 

Like anything these days, there’s plenty of choice.  You can buy chocolate fountains fairly cheaply, or you can go chocolate crazy and buy one with lights on.

Amazon.com: Chocolate fountain (sensible size).

Frozen themed chocolate fountain

 

Amazon.co.uk: Colour Changing Illuminated Surround chocolate fountain

 

Frozen themed chocolate fountain - lights colour changing

 

I have to admit, this would look pretty awesome with Frozen blue lights on.

 

For lots more ideas of Frozen party food, check  out our website: www.frozenpartyideas.co.uk/frozen-party-food.