Here are the details of the party with lot of pictures from that day.
At the door, I had a sign which I decorated with party colors and stuck some snowflakes which I got from my Christmas decoration bin.
I cut a whole bunch of paper snowflakes and I hung them from the ceiling. I didn't get very good pictures of that though. The main thing in the snack/dessert table was the frozen cake. It was a chocolate cake, which the birthday girl wanted with blue buttcream frosting, decorated with coconut flakes and topped with candy melt snowflake.
For snacks, there were snowballs, which were cake balls rolled in coconut. I also had some powdered donut holes.
Carrots and ranch dip for olaf noses.
Strawberry dipped in white chocolate for Elsa's Frozen hearts.
Snowflake cupcakes. Those were vanilla cupcakes with blue buttercream frosting. I made the snowflakes with white candy melts.
For the goodie bags, apart from the other little trinklets, there was a bag with stuff to make a snowman.
For activities, there was fake snow for the kids to play with. At the end of the party the kids had a snowball fight, so it turned out a little messy with the powdery mess all over, but the kids had lots of fun.
One of the other activities I had in mind 'pin the nose on the olaf,' but with the jumpie, pinata and other activities, we didn't get to play the pin the nose game. But the olaf in the door did make a nice decoration for the party.
All in all it turned out to be a fun party.
All the printable for the party was from here.
If you want to check out other Birthday parties that I planned, check the Birthdays label on the right. Linking this to these awesome parties here, here, here and here.
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