White and baby blue streamers from Target helped give a winter wonderland feel. I also purchased a white shiny star streamer from Party City. They looked great together.
White and blue poufs, silver star danglers, and streamers were hung over the table.
Pretty blue star confetti was spread out all over the dining room table.
I bought some blue rock candy sticks (they look like icicles) from Party City and the glitter boxes were purchased at Walmart.
Pretty blue and silver plates were purchased at Party City. I bought the white tablecloth at Target and reused my silver table runner from Christmas.
Who knew Target sold pretty colored gumballs? I put them in these cute plastic bowls from Party City and added in a light blue scooper (also from Party City).
The "make your own" mini sandwich station was a big hit!
As was the chocolate fondue!
We had rice crispy treats, strawberries, shortcake, and party mix for dipping into the chocolate.
We also had a "build your own Olaf" area for the kiddos.
Those marshmallows were huge! I purchased them at Hy-Vee and they were perfect for snowman building.
We were lucky enough to find a Frozen themed cake at Hy-Vee and it was delicious!
The birthday girl loved it!
We also found a pinata at Party City (it was the only Frozen item in the whole store) and we played the Frozen soundtrack in the background. The kids each took home a goodie bag with bubbles, the rock candy sticks and gumballs, and all the candy out of the pinata (because it isn't a great party if the kids don't go home completely sugared up).
Overall she was thrilled with her birthday party. It didn't matter that there weren't any character faces on her birthday plates. My advice to anyone wanting to throw a Frozen themed birthday party...don't wait till the last minute. They have a lot of items online or you can be like me and just make your own!
Rebecca Havener, My Little Devils With Wings