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LoA couple of weeks ago, we hosted a super fun Disney FROZEN inspired Snow Party! My kids each invited a couple of friends and it was a blast!

FROZEN Inspired Snow Party Collage #cbias #frozenfun #shop

If you haven’t yet seen the movie, you must go. Like, NOW. I personally think this is my favorite Disney movie EVER. The music was amazing, the scenes breathtaking and beautiful, and it was funny and smart in all the right places. It’s about love and finding love and realizing that love may have been there along and that comes in many forms and from many people. It’s not your typically boy meet girl princess movie, that’s for sure. It was just beautiful.

Anyway, back to the party.

The first thing I did was head to Walmart to grab supplies and some FROZEN inspiration. I picked up a couple of dolls (Anna and Elsa), as well as miniature figurines, coloring books, and story books from the Walmart toy section. My kids were thrilled! While I was there I picked up supplies to make our Snowball Playdough party favors and all the food we would need to create a snowy dessert table. The FROZEN collection added some pretty color to our winter wonderland.

FROZEN toys at Walmart

FROZEN Inspired Snow Party 2

On the day of the party, I set the scene with the dessert table, filled with Snowball Cookies, Snowball Marshmallows (marshmallows dipped in white chocolate and white sugar crystal sprinkles), and of course snow-capped cupcakes! “Snow” corn added a little savory to balance out the sweet.

Snow Party Food

"Snow" Cups

Snow Capped Cupcakes

Snowball Marshmallow Pops

The background is simply a leftover piece of wainscoting and a simple “snowball” cotton ball garland.

cotton ball garland

For our table, I made a simple Paper Snowflake Table Runner. To go along with our FROZEN theme, I placed each of the figurines in “Snow” (epsom salt) filled mason jars atop a “snow” filled tray. And then had to keep my kids from taking them out to play with them until after the party!

FROZEN centerpiece

Easy to Make Paper Snowflake Table Runner, and a Snowflake Cutting Video Tutorial!

Our friends arrived and we they had fun just playing with each other. We had a paper “snowball” fight (crumpled up computer paper) and ate pizza for dinner.

eating pizza

Of course the night ended with us all munching on our delicious snow capped cupcakes!

eating cupcakes

cupcake face

As our guests got ready to head home, they each were given a small jar of snowball playdough as a party favor. (Click on the link to get the playdough recipe and free printable).

Snowball Playdough Recipe and Free Printable Gift Tag no title

What a fun time we had and I can’t wait to do it again!

group photo

 For more Disney fun and inspiration, go HERE.

Kristin Maxwell

Kristin Maxwell is the creator and main recipe developer, writer, and photographer of Yellow Bliss Road. A self-taught cook and self-appointed foodie, she specializes in easy, flavorful and approachable recipes for any home cook.

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    1. I melted white chocolate candy melts and dipped the marshmallows in the melted chocolate. They were super yummy!

  1. I would like to know what the pearlized drops are on top of your cupcakes. They are very pretty and would love to try to re-create these.

    1. The glass ones are ball jars that you can get at Target or Walmart. But when I actually gave them out I used small plastic containers (like GLAD brand).

  2. These are absolutely fabulous ideas but I have to add one more. I just had a Frozen party for my 5 year old Hannah. We invited character lookalikes Elsa and Anna from a company out of Atlanta called Look alikes and Characters Entertainment!
    I was THRILLED with their Elsa and Anna lookalikes! I felt we stepped right into the movie these girls were so gorgeous and perfect! My daughter Hannah thought they were the real deal. I was so impressed with the performances of these girls as The Snow Queen and Princess from the movie Frozen! Elsa came out first and performed Let it Go! Then Anna came out with Elsa and together they performed For the First Time in Forever. I loved the themed games and activities! They even invited the girls to come up and sing Let it Go from the movie Frozen with microphone and music. I would definitely recommend this company especially Elsa and Anna look alikes!

  3. What a fun party idea. I just love your decorations and fun sweet treats. My kids would love this.

  4. What an amazing party! My boys would love every bit of it!! And, I agree, I think FROZEN might be my new favorite from Disney as well! I’m actually listening to the soundtrack as I type this! 😉 #client

  5. What an absolutely adorable party theme! My youngest wants to go see Frozen. I need to take the time for us to see us in the next week or two. Thanks so much for sharing so many great ideas!

  6. My invite must have gotten lost in the mail? Cutest. dang. party. I love Disney movies and all the goodies look so stinking cute and totes adorable!!!!!!!!! Man, I need to borrow someones kids….

  7. Great party Kristin!!!! Wish I could have been there to join the fun! Love all the party food and every single detail you put into this Frozen Party!!!!

  8. It’s Deonna from the Child at Heart blog! I love this post and would love for you to link up to the Merriest Blog Hop and share your creations!