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

Olaf party supplies – Olaf birthday party ideas

Olaf, the lovable snowman from Frozen, makes a wonderfully fun party theme for girls and boys alike.  An Olaf birthday party offers so many opportunities for Olaf party games, Olaf party treats, and Olaf party decorations and Olaf cakes (Olaf cakes are some of my favourite Frozen-themed party items).

Today we will be focussing on Olaf party supplies, in other words, items you can buy in advance of your Olaf party, to be prepared well ahead of time.  I won’t be going into Olaf party food here, as that’s a whole blog all to itself!  Instead, we will cover:

  • Olaf party invitations
  • Olaf party decorations
  • Olaf party games (to buy)
  • and Olaf party bags

Let the Olaf party fun commence…….

Olaf party invitations

Standard Olaf party invitation

Olaf invitation in summer party Most party supplies retailers stock these “Olaf in Summer” Invitations, which come in pack of 6 and with envelopes. These invitations feature the loveable snowman Olaf on the beach and can be coordinated with other Olaf in summer party supplies decorations.







Printable Olaf party invitation (Etsy)

Olaf invitation printableMake their birthday unique with this personalised birthday party invitation featuring Olaf.  This is a digital invitation, which you need to personalize with your event details when ordering. You will receive a printable JPG file via email, no physical items will be shipped. You can then print as many invitations as you need, keeping the costs down.





Olaf party decorations

Olaf “welcome hug” decoration

Party entrance olaf hugA “life-size” cut-out Olaf is ideal welcome to your Olaf party.  Combine with a drift of snow and a few helium balloon and you’ve got an easy and cheap showtopper. Plus, Olaf will be a great keepsake for your little Frozen fan; the cheeky snowman can live in your princess’ bedroom until the next Frozen party!










Super Shape Balloon Olaf Snowman Party decoration (Amazon)

Balloon Olaf Party decoration

This double-sided, Olaf-shaped foil balloon would make a great attraction at a Frozen kids party. The balloon features a self seal valve to lock in the helium and prolong its float life.













Olaf design balloon table decoration kit

Olaf balloon table decoration

18″ Foil Balloon featuring Frozen Olaf with latex balloon column in snow white.

This is supplied flat as a DIY kit with full instructions on how to create the finished decoration. It makes a superb table decoration for a Frozen themed party.  The big benefit is you only need to fill with air, no helium required.












Olaf party games (to buy)

Olaf party game: Pre-printed “Pin the nose of Olaf” game (Amazon)

Olaf party supplies - pin the nose on olaf gale


This Frozen Party Game is snow much fun! Suitable for 2-8 players, it’s a Frozen inspired spin on the classic “Pin the Tail on the Donkey” game. Have each party guest put on the flower-print blindfold and place the carrot nose on the colourful poster featuring Anna, Elsa and Olaf.  This item contains a pre-printed poster (94cm x 62.2cm), 8 Olaf Nose stickers and a blindfold.





Olaf party game: Olaf Pinata with sweets (ebay)

Olaf party supplie - pinataInstead of giving Olaf a warm hug, the kids will love bashing this Olaf Pinata with a stick until he showers them with candy! This Pinata includes Olaf model, sweets and eye mask.









Olaf party games: Tomy pop up Olaf game (Amazon)


Olaf Birthday games - pop up olaf

This exciting action game that will keep everyone on their toes! Have your party guests take turns to slide the crystal ice sticks into the sides of the barrel… Whose stick will be first to make Olaf pop out? Play the game, round by round. Last player left is the winner! Suitable for 2-4 players and ages 4 years up.






Olaf party bags

Standard Olaf goody bag (Amazon)

Olaf goody bag

These bright Olaf design “Disney Frozen Olaf in Summer” goody bags feature a handle for easy carrying.  They are perfect for handing out all your Disney Frozen party favours.

Coordinates with other Olaf party supplies and Frozen decorations.










Olaf Party Favour bag printable (Etsy)

Olaf party favor bag printable


Transform plain white paper bags into charming representations of Olaf himself! This printable PDF file includes a set of Olaf’s facial features, arms, hair, and buttons that you can print onto card or sticker paper, cut out, and add to your own paper bags, making them look like Olaf.

Great thing is that plain white paper bags are very cheap to buy.  Winner!





Full Olaf party supplies kit for 16 guests.

The full “Olaf in Summer” party range is available to buy from Argos in a set suitable for 16 party guests.  With the bumper Olaf party kit, you get:

Olaf party supplies kit for 16 guests

  • 16 paper plates.
  • 16 plastic cups.
  • 1 tablecloth.
  • 20 napkins.
  • 18 candles.
  • 8 balloons.
  • 18 party bags.
  • 1 party banner.

Frozen jokes

Every now and then you may need to fill in some time between games at your Frozen Party.  Here’s a few kid-friendly Frozen jokes you could tell to fill a gap.


Q: Why can’t you give Elsa a balloon?

A: Because she’ll LET IT GO.


Q: What does Olaf eat for lunch?

A: Icebergers.


Knock knock!

Who’s there?


Yoo hoo big summer blow out


Q: How does Olaf make his bed?
A: With sheets of ice and blankets of snow.


Q: What do you call Olaf in the desert?
A: A puddle!


Q: Where does Queen Elsa keep all her money?
A: In a snow bank!



Q: What did Elsa put in Olaf’s stocking for Christmas?

A: A lump of cold.


(This next one maybe not so nice for little kids)

Q: Why didn’t Anna & Elsa’s parents teach them the whole alphabet?

A: ‘Cause they got lost at C.



Q: What kind of birthday cake does Elsa like?
A: The kind with lots of frosting / icing.



Q: What is Olaf’s favourite drink?
A: Ice tea!



Q: How does Olaf get around Arendelle?
A: On an “ice”-icle!





Sisters from the Welsh Valleys explain how they became Elsa and Anna lookalikes

Beth and Nathalie Pearce are sisters and mothers. Beth is studying business and marketing at university and Natalie is a teaching assistant at a primary school. They live in the South Wales valleys, which they say is “wet, but very lovely with lots of lovely scenery and a close knit community”.

Despite these rather normal sounding lives, they also look a lot like a certain characters from the highest-grossing animated film of all time: Frozen.  Since January this year, this similarity has made their lives slightly less than normal, as Beth (25) and Nathalie (28) have been dressing up as Elsa and Anna to entertain children at birthday parties and birthday teas. They do their own makeup, Nathalie wears a wig to heighten the similarity with Anna and Beth plaits her own hair to look like Elsa. Children love them and they have started a small but growing following on Facebook. Below, the Frozen Party Ideas blog interviews the sisters about what it’s like to have people think you’re real Disney princesses.


When did you realise you were Elsa and Anna and start making appearances at children’s parties?

Elsa thumbnailWe realised we were just like Anna and Elsa when people began to comment that we both look like the characters and especially because we are real sisters!  Coincidentally, our personalities reflect those of Anna & Elsa!

Anna thumbnail

I am quite spontaneous, disorganised and notorious for being clumsy and messy. Beth, who plays Elsa is much more organised, self sufficient and less impulsive. We fit the Anna and Elsa roles quite naturally, so we don’t really have to act that much!


Were you Frozen fans before you started dressing up?

Anna thumbnailYes, we were both frozen fans before we started the parties. We had taken our young children to see the movie at the cinema and as you can imagine the DVD has been watched over and over ever since!

Elsa thumbnailWe both love children’s films especially Disney. Frozen also had a hint of nostalgia for us because there hadn’t been a Disney film quite like it since we were little girls. We used to idolise Belle, Ariel and Jasmine and even had all the outfits. Now, 20 years on, we have the Frozen outfits! It’s fun being a big kid for a living!


Was it your idea, or did people start telling you that you look like Elsa and Anna?

Elsa thumbnailPeople kept commenting about how we looked like the princesses! Natalie used to work as a children’s entertainer when she was in her late teens and now she works as a classroom assistant, so she has excellent skills and knowledge when it comes to interacting with children. Plus she is a mum and there’s no better experience than that! I am a also a Mum so interacting with small children comes naturally. I’m in my final year of studying a business and marketing degree, so my business and marketing knowledge along with Natalie’s knowledge of children, is the perfect recipe for starting up a children’s entertainment company!


What do you need to do to really look like the Arendelle princesses?

Elsa thumbnailOur aim is to look as natural as possible. Luckily, I naturally have long blonde hair, but to add length I plait a clip-in extension in to my hair. I’m rather fond of my plait, but I have used YouTube tutorials to achieve the full Elsa effect.  The little girls have usually got their hair plaited like mine at the party, so I always make a fuss of how wonderful they look. I also wear purple eye shadow, like my character, and add a little bit of sparkle around my eyes.

Anna thumbnailWhen we first started, I used to plait my natural brown hair, but I found that because my Anna dress is not as glamorous as Elsa’s, I didn’t feel as in character. So I invested in a good wig. I think if you’re going to wear a wig it’s important to invest in a good one. The colour actually suits my skin tone really well. I also paint on a few very light brown freckles for effect. We bought the dresses. We wish we were clever enough to make them!


What is your favourite part about being Elsa and Anna?

Anna thumbnailMy favourite thing about being Anna is seeing the children’s faces. They actually think I’m a princess, it’s adorable. They talk to me about Arendelle and ask if I married Kristoff! I love to capture their imaginations and it’s really lovely to see them excited, life is way too serious sometimes, so it’s great to put a bit of magic into children’s lives. I also enjoy seeing the parents watch their children in awe and as we are mothers ourselves we know how precious those moments are.

Elsa thumbnailThe best part for me is definitely seeing the children jump up and down with excitement when we walk through the door. I love the fact that we’re able to just let ourselves go (excuse the pun) and act like big kids throughout the party. I love asking the children questions when I’m painting their nails or face and listening to what they have to say, children are so funny! The other part I love is the actual dressing up. I’m a real girly girl and I love any excuse to do some over the top makeup.


What do you do at Frozen-themed parties?

Elsa thumbnailOur party package includes various party games, for example Frozen musical statues where Elsa freezes the children. We play pass the olaf which is similar to pass the parcel.  The “build a snowman” game is definitely our favourite, we wrap the children up in toilet roll to look like a snowman! It sounds a bit crazy and that’s because it is, the children love it.

We paint faces, mostly a Frozen theme Olaf, ice queen or an Anna design. We get the odd spider man face paint request too, but luckily we are equipped for all children’s tastes! Elsa also paints nails. We spend time with the children talking and getting to know them. I think they enjoy this the most. They feel special.

Frozen face painting

Anna thumbnailFor the birthday girl or boy we bring a crown and certificate. This is to certify that they are a princess or prince for the day and it’s given to her by myself and Elsa complete with our signatures and as a token of the day.

Anna and Elsa Frozen party

We have a happy birthday sing along and we have a music/karaoke system that we bring the the parties. It’s complete with Frozen songs and other pop tunes for the children. Unfortunately myself and Elsa can’t sing and we wouldn’t want to make the birthday girl cry, ha ha! But we offer the children the microphone to sing along to “Let it go”. To be honest I think they enjoy this more as they love being on the mic and they’ll probably get fidgety sitting there listening to us sing a song!


Anna, have you ever met a Kristoff or Hans impersonator?

Anna thumbnailWe have yet to meet a Hans or Kristoff impersonator, but it would be fun if we could all get together! I won’t be singing “Love is an open door” with him though, I might scare him away!


Are you looking forward to seeing Frozen Fever?

Elsa thumbnailI’m so excited to see Frozen fever! The new dress is amazing it’s like a spring version of what I have! Spring is my favourite season ! I’m excited to see what Disney has in store for our characters, it’s like they are writing us a new script!



It’s more than a year since Frozen first came out at the cinema, is there still a lot of demand?

Elsa thumbnailOh yes!  We are booked extremely far in advance; we already have 3 bookings for May! We are mainly booked for weekends as I’m studying a degree and I don’t get half term holidays. (cries). To be honest, we are happy to keep the company fairly small! As Natalie works full time and I’m studying full time, its just a great little side project. I’m glad we have kept it that way because it’s all about having fun and not putting too much pressure on ourselves to make it grow or take more bookings. We’ve actually had more bookings than anticipated, so whatever else comes from it is a bonus, for this reason we haven’t pushed it as much as we could. Social media and word of mouth have done all the marketing for us!


Lastly, what do your children think of your being Elsa and Anna?

Elsa thumbnailMy little boy freaked out a bit at first… “No Mammy, you’re my Mammy not Elsa. TAKE IT OFF!” Lol. But he’s got really used to it now and he’s even been at a party we recently did. I think he was rather proud!

Anna thumbnailMy little boy is quite laid back and didn’t even notice I was dressed up to be honest! Ha ha.


Frozen party for boys

A lot of boys insist that Frozen is for girls. But, I know for a fact that there’s a lot of boys who also love it. My two year old boy is obsessed with Frozen; he learnt to sing “Let it go” before he learnt to sing any nursery rhyme and I have to be very careful to equally share and divide any Frozen-related gifts with him and his sister.

So, I wouldn’t be surprised if my son asks for a Frozen party for his birthday too. I’m facing two Frozen parties this year, potentially, a girlie one and a boys one. Of course, the web is dominated by Elsa dresses and pretty Elsa and Anna princess party supplies. For boys, the availability of Frozen costumes and dressing up clothes is much more limited. Yes, there’s a few Olaf bits and pieces appearing, but my son for one isn’t only about Olaf. And he’s also not going to be happy sitting down and threading a princess bracelet as a party game, or decorating a tiara. There must be more games suitable for boys.

So, how to plan a Frozen birthday party for boys?

Kristoff Costume

These can look very cute on a little pre-schooler.  The outfit is actually pretty straightforward and can be made at home cheaply and easily.

Kristoff outfitHomemade Kristoff outfit

The DIY Kristoff costume shown above was created using:

  • a boys t-shirt,
  • a fleece scarf (used for belt)
  • a matching fleece ear band (used for neck trim),
  • and 50 cm fur fabric.


  • Cut sleeves off t-shirt at angle and attach fur.
  • Cut small v in neck of t-shirt then cut one side of ear band and attach to neckline of t-shirt.
  • Attach scarf as belt and make v shape cut on lower right of t-shirt and attach fur.
  • Pair with a long sleeve blue shirt and grey pants and we are ready for the Frozen themed birthday party.

Frozen-themed boys party games

Although some princess bits and pieces are fun for boys too, go for the winter activities and focus more on the Kristoff, Sven and Olaf. Perfect boy games would be:

Pin the nose on Olaf

Pin the nose on Olaf

Based on the classic pin the tail on the donkey, in this game the blindfolded party guest needs to pin Olaf’s nose on the snowman.

Building ice towers

Who can build the tallest tower of ice cubes, a la Kristoff the ice harvester?

Ice block sled racing

(Source: www.momendeavors.com)

Kristoff ice block racesDivide up the party guests into two teams. Set up two stacks of ice blocks, help carry the ice over to the ice blocks to the sleds. Then have fun racing each other across the garden with the blocks of ice! Set it up as a relay, and see which team can transport all their ice blocks first.

Do you want to build a snowman

do you want to build a snowman olaf

This is a fun and easy party game and kids love playing it. You will need several rolls of toilet paper (snow) – all the same brand and number of sheets. The object of of the game is to see which team can make one of their team members into a snowman first by wrapping them in the “snow” (toilet paper) . To set up divide party guests into groups of 2 or 3 and give each team a roll of toilet paper. If the teams have 3 people each then one of the team members will be wrapped by the other 2 members of their team. Each team group gets a roll of toilet paper for each person who will be wrapping. Let the teams choose who will be wrapped first. On “go” the kids who are wrapping will give the end of the toilet paper to the person being wrapped and they will hold the ends in their hands. They then wrap their toilet paper around and around until they are out of paper and the person being wrapped is covered from head to toe. First group to empty their rolls of toilet paper yells “Snowman” and wins! Supply them with an orange carrot nose, some flimsy twig arms, and big black buttons, with sticky pads on the back, so they can dress their snowman too.  Give points for style!

Sven ring toss / Sven hoopla

Sven ring too

You can create a cardboard Sven target, usings his antlers as the pins, or you could buy an inflatable reindeer ring toss hat, as pictured, and have one of the party guests sit “collecting the rings”.  You could turn it into a team game by having more than one inflatable hat.  The team with the most rings hooked, is the winner.


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Frozen heart ice cubes

This is the simplest idea for turning party drinks into Frozen party drinks: Frozen heart ice cubes.


Using a heart shaped ice cube tray to freeze Haribo little heart gems (buy these in bulk from ebay).

“Love can cure a Frozen heart” game

You could also use these Frozen heart ice cubes as a party game:

A race to see who can unfreeze heart the fastest using only their:

1. own body heat

2. love (which of course if the only real way to cure a frozen heart).