Ultimate Frozen Party! | Creative, DIY party ideas

Hey there! I’m Zoe, and I’m so excited that you’ve found your way here. Get ready to embark on a magical journey as we plan the most unforgettable Frozen-themed celebration for your little royalty!

In this blog post, you’ll discover a treasure trove of fantastic ideas that will make your princess party sparkle like never before. And the best part? I’ve got you covered with free printables and activity templates that will save you loads of time and effort.

With my experience in party planning and passion for all things creative, I’m here to make your life easier and ensure that your child’s special day is filled with extra fun and extraordinary memories.

Top 5 Tips for an amazing DIY frozen party

Before we start, I will begin by sharing my top tips for the ultimate frozen princess party:

  1. Make the day magical with music- frozen is a musical- let the music create the atmosphere!
  2. Create some adventure with imaginative acting
  3. Keeps decorations simple and bold
  4. Use physical games to absorb children’s energy
  5. You don’t need to spend a fortune for ultimate fun

In this guide, I will help you with ideas for the music, games, decorations and adventure so that you can throw an epic party for your little ones. And best of all, all the suggestions here are extremely affordable- and high impact!

Game Ideas for a Princess Party

1. Frozen Adventure

In this game, the facilitator shouts out the frozen-themed actions below and children must follow the instructions for each action. The last ones to follow the actions are out and the game continues!

  • Troll forest – Run to one corner of the room
  • Over to Arandelle- Run to another corner of the room
  • Oakens visit – Children cup hand to mouth and shout out “yoohoo” like Oakens greeting
  • Frozen sisters – Children find a partner to hold hands with and raise their hands above their heads like champions
  • Olaf is melting – Drizzle down to lie on the floor mimicking melting

This is a fun, high concentration and physical game- you can always take out one of two of these actions to simplify it for younger children, or reward the fastest child to avoid having to send people ‘out’.

2. Anna Anna Elsa

This game is similar to duck duck goose but with a theme. It’s a great one to play as children arrive (or as children might get tired of lunchtime at different rates) as new players can easily join and it’s fun and familiar to them. Children sit in a circle facing inwards. Child A walks around the outside of the circle and gently taps the group one by one on the head as they pass saying princess, princess, princess…..then, they choose one child (child B) to say dragon. child B jumps up and chases Child A around the circle. Child A has to run around the whole group and sit back in Child B’s space. If they manage, Child B becomes Child A in the next round. Otherwise, Child A has to play again until they succeed.

3. Frozen statues

This game is like musical statues- children dance to the hot frozen hits and when the music stops they have to freeze! Encourage them to do the craziest dancing they can manage- this is also a good strategy to get them burning as much energy as possible. You can either reward the most frozen statues or call out the funniest frozen positions.

4. Musical Thrones

This is a princess version of musical chairs, children dance in a circle around two rows of chairs (thrones) back to back with each other. When the music stops children must find a chair to sit on. There should always be one (or two) fewer chairs than children, meaning those who don’t manage to get one, are out! Then, chairs are removed and the music re-starts for round two! There are two winners of this game- those who find a seat when there are 3 children and 2 chairs left. This is a fun, energetic game, and you can use the best Disney music for it!

Pro tip: If you don’t want to upset children by sending them ‘out’ you can send them over to jump into the massive imaginary pile of jello! Squelch!!! Children will enjoy making a big squelching sound and dramatic jump- it makes everyone else laugh too.

Best Activity Ideas for a Princess Party

1. Frozen Story Time

For story time we have written a little synopsis of the frozen story that you can read to the children! It’s nice to have downtime during a party and this is a nice way to get the children sitting together and listening!

2. Frozen Karaoke

Let’s be honest- the best thing about frozen is probably the music, and we all know kids love a sing-along- so how about a frozen karaoke! Depending on the age of your kids they can read the words of a screen- or if they are younger- you could teach them the chorus to let it go (if they don’t already know it!)

What would be really cute, if for them to perform their song to the other parents at pick-up time! if you plan to do this- tell parents to come 5 minutes early for collection!

Pro Tip: To sparkle up this idea- you can get little inflatable microphones for the kids! These are always a hit and make a lovely going-home present too!

3. Princess-Related Craft Activity

Make your own princess ice crown!

A craft activity is a really nice thing to do for a bit of downtime during a party. I often suggest it as children arrive. That way they can get involved straight away and having something to do can make integrating easier for children who are a bit shy at first. It’s also a lovely take-home gift.

We suggest making a princess crown! Here are some great instructions for a simple design to follow. Children can use coloured crayons to decorate, and maybe even some sticker jewels!

Music & Soundtrack Ideas for a Princess Party

Luckily Frozen music is a hit with children and there are heaps of playlists on Spotify that have all of the main songs. Have these playing when the children arrive and while they’re eating and for the musical games.

If you also want atmospheric music but not hit songs, you can try our favourite fairy music playlist here.

If you don’t have paid Spotify you can also look for playlists on youtube or just pay for a trial subscription of Spotify on their birthday party day.

Decoration Ideas for a Princess Party

Frozen balloon bouquets: Balloons are a great deal of fun and make a space look festive- luckily since frozen is so popular, there are pre-made frozen themed balloon sets you can buy! Create big bunches and tie them around any room. At the end of a party, you can give them to children to take home as a bit of fun and to reduce the waste at the end. This deal on Amazon for frozen colored balloon sets is the best we’ve found.

Large wall hangings around a central table (for instance where the speakers are or where you do the storytelling) can be really fun. One great option for this is disposable-themed tablecloths! It’s a cheap way to add color or themes and you can stick them up with blue tack or press pins because they tend to be lightweight. For example: This frozen themed table cloth on amazon.

Food tables are also a great part of the decoration- if this is in the same room as the games, having it set up with a table cloth and themed cups and plates adds to the atmosphere and it is also very functional. For example: This frozen themed table cloth on amazon.

It is inexpensive to get bespoke banners printed and this would make the decoration really special and personalized! You can even use it as a backdrop for taking photos of the guests with the birthday child as a special memento.

Music! It sounds weird but music really creates an atmosphere and adds to the feeling of the space. Movie scores can be great to have on in the background. Mix the popular frozen songs with more generic magical music for the best atmosphere!

Cute Food Ideas for a Princess Party

The best tip for food ideas is to keep it simple and keep it to food that children will love. To get the most out of the food experience, here are our ideas for adding some sparkle and creativity to the snack table!

1. Frozen ‘Color’ themed platters

This is a really fun way to make a food table loop spectacular! you can also buy some snowflake toppers to create a really stunning look!

  • Blue and purple – blueberries, blackberries, dark red grapes, blackberry jam sandwiches, you can use natural food coloring to dye any dips like hummus or cream cheese, for crackers. It also looks really pretty to make blue icing or blue melted white chocolate and drizzle over wafer biscuits or any white sugary deserts like white chocolate coated pretzels, marshmallows, and finger biscuits. Blue popcorn.
  • For silver accents- drizzle melted white chocolate over any biscuits, wafers or fruits and cover in silver sprinkle balls or edible glitter- this will go down a treat!

2. ‘Frozen’ themed Jello

A really fun thing to do for a party is making a huge bowl of jello and fill it with themed sweets inside! For a frozen party, you could make light blue jello (using a natural blue food colouring) and fill it with edible snowflakes.

3. Imaginations Juice jugs

Make jugs of your child’s favourite juice but put on fun labels like ‘ice power serum’, ‘sister strength potion’ or ‘independent princess cocktail!

4. Individual Frozen coloured veggie cups

Individual little holders for veggies and or fruit or popcorn are a really fun way to serve food. For a Frozen party, you could use gorgeous little blue and white cases, each with a couple of carrot/celery sticks, some grapes and some cucumber- check out this page on amazon for inspiration.

5. Popcorn lucky dip

Get ready for a delicious and fun party treat that kids absolutely adore: popcorn! The best part is, you can easily customize it to match your party’s theme. Let me share a fantastic recipe with you for pink popcorn that you could adjust for blue popcorn if you wanted!

To make it even more enchanting, sprinkle some multicoloured or shimmering silver and gold sprinkles on top. You can even add other blue, purple and silver sweets to the popcorn for a lucky dip popcorn….for frozen parties, try these blue sweet hearts or blue star sweet swirls.

Good Luck!

Get ready to experience a frost-tastic Frozen adventure like no other! We’ve got the perfect ideas to make your little one’s princess party an absolute blast, all while keeping it budget-friendly.

Prepare to capture enchanting moments filled with joy and magic that will be cherished forever. It’s time to transform your party into a fairytale dream come true! So gather your camera, get ready to smile, and let the Frozen fun begin!

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