Thursday, March 20, 2014

Theming Thursday: Frozen Party



Thanks for the great reception last week for my first Theming Thursday. This week I decided to focus on all things Frozen (since I'm super in love with the movie and it was released this week). You can use these for kid parties, play dates, and even adult parties (some of the ideas can be suitable for adults too!). If you want any more ideas for a Frozen gathering, please let me know what you're looking for and I'd be happy to help! Also, be sure to leave comments for future Theming Thursday topics!


Rook No. 17 has these Frozen printable invitations for a party (FREE!) Above is just one example (she has three options) and you can also see how she edited them with the details, and in the end, it looks just like a fun movie ticket!


Stuffed Suitcase had a really cute Frozen Family Dinner Movie Night. You can see their menu above, including some of the particular food ideas like Troll Stones as meatballs. Yum!! The site offers free printables for the food labels and even a list of questions to use during dinner for discussion.


My Sister's Suitcase had a fun Frozen party as well for her children. I really like the fun food and crafts she had! My favorite food idea is probably the donuts, which you can see in the photo above. The noses are made with orange Starbursts. How clever!



She also offers a free printable for a fun Frozen themed scavenger hunt. The cards include various lyrics from the movie with words missing...there is usually a clue then at the bottom that helps you know where to go to find the next clue! This is one game I could see even adults having some fun with; it's just cute!




Catching up with Kate shows off this fun printable where you can Build a Snowman. Just visit her site, double click the photo to get full size, print, and now you have a fun activity for the kids!

 
Simply Designing with Ashley shows you how to make this fun peppermint rock candy, which is perfect for a Frozen party! A friend of mine made something similar around Christmas (though it wasn't peppermint) and I was thinking it would be fun to have at a Frozen party, so it was cool to find a set recipe for others!



Yellow Bliss Road had a fun Frozen party with lots of cute "snowy treats" to enjoy! I like the idea of including popcorn with all the sweet. And the marshmallow pops are so cute!



She even offers a recipe for Snowball playdough and free gift tag printables. This would make a really cute party favor or activity!

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Some more free printables that you could use for your own Frozen affair!!


Frozen themed banner at Bakingdom


Frozen bookmarks from Seven Thirty Three- yes please!!!



Frozen party printables with Straw Flags, Cupcake Wrappers, and more from Homeketeers. For just $1.99, you can get the rest of the printables....but there are a lot of free ones if you want a simple affair!



Homeketeers also offered Hershey Kiss labels and treat bag toppers for Valentine's Day, but I think they would be really cute to use as party favors!

27 comments:

kimbacaffeinate said...

These are too cute and I love the frozen bark and little snowmen. Heck I want a Frozen party with blue drinks :)

Andrea @The Bookish Babes said...

Ohmygosh! So my daughter is turning 6 next month and is so torn between a Lego Friends or Frozen party. I think if I show her this post, she's going to choose Frozen.
Thanks for the great ideas!

Christy @ Love of Books said...

I have a confession: I haven't watched this movie yet. These are such cute ideas though!

Lauren D. said...

What a fun idea for a party! Literally everyone I know is obsessed with this movie, so I don't think it would be crazy for me to throw a Frozen party. Love the peppermint rock candy, it looks awesome. Thanks for sharing!

Melanie said...

Me wants the pepermint rock candy!

Thanks for sharing, Lauren! <33

Sara @ Forever 17 Books said...

omg this is awesome! I love how the baby carrots are labeled Sven Salad. LOL So cute and perfect!

Allie @ Little Birdie Books said...

Oh my, God that peppermint rock candy looks AMAZING. Jeez! I'm going to have to try that out. It'll be worth the cracked tooth ;)

Liviania said...

Olaf Pilaf is hilarious.

Erika Sorocco said...

This is the cutest thing ever - I haven't seen Frozen yet!

xx

Just a Hunch Book Blog said...

I am going to watch Frozen for the first time tonight! Now I feel like I should make an event out of it, though!

Melissa (Books and Things) said...

So cute! I haven't seen the movie yet, but am so going to get it! :) Love all the things you found.

Jasprit said...

Oh my gosh these links are freaking amazing! I haven't seen Frozen yet, but seriously I think I'm going to have so much fun visiting these pages and of course my sister too! Thanks for sharing! :)

Synchronized Reading said...

I still have not seen this movie! So many people want me to check it out because I do enjoy a good disney film. Great post!

Janina @ Synchronized Reading

Synchronized Reading said...

I still have not seen this movie! So many people want me to check it out because I do enjoy a good disney film. Great post!

Janina @ Synchronized Reading

Brandi Kosiner said...

My girls love frozen and would love this idea too

Alise (Readers In Wonderland) said...

Fangirling so hard right now! I LOVE Frozen so much. Like I said before, I need to borrow some kids LOL.

GABY said...

Loved Frozen and love these ideas! :D

Cascia Talbert said...

How cute! I've never seen Frozen but have heard great reviews. Have a terrific weekend!

Zoe N. said...

GAHHH!!! Frozen is probably one of my favorite movies ever; so seeing you create one of your epic party themes is awesome! Definitely going to have to use these themes at some point! Thanks so much for sharing Lauren, and, as always, brilliant post! :D

~ Zoe @ The Infinite To-Read Shelf

Giselle said...

Oh my god this is so awesome! Can I have a Frozen party for my own bday!? Would that be weird? Bahah. I love the food theme ideas! So cool!!!

Sophia Lin said...

Frozen! Ah, that would be good for summer, lol.

Glass said...

I wouldn't mind if someone decided to do this for my birthday party - I love this movie. Such a positive message. My sister and I loved whole "sisterly bond" thing - go figure. :)

Amazing post!

The Bookish Manicurist said...

I want a Frozen-themed party!! I think the cleverest thing is the Build-a-Snowman :)

Angela's Anxious Life said...

Sooo sooo cute!! I just bought Frozen yesterday. It was so hard to find in the stores!

Aylee said...

OH MAN. This would make for the best party EVAR!! Now if only I knew people who would want to attend such a party... maybe I'll just have to rock out on my own. Could still be fun, right?

Montana @ The Book Belles said...

I love the Olaf snowman printable. It's so cute! Those food ideas looks really creative, too. Frozen was such a good movie :)

Meow Opre said...

I am planning for my birthday party of my office mate’s daughter. What do you expect? Yeah she wanted a Frozen Birthday Party so I found you blog and very thankful for these wonderful frozen birthday party ideas. If I have found this before my birthday last January, I myself would have wanted one for myself. Lol  Anyway, please allow me to include this in my Pinterest album please? Thanks and good day ahead!
http://meowchie.snydle.com/frozen-birthday-party.html