4. Frozen viewing party
Watching the Frozen movies is a must-have Frozen birthday party idea! Sure, your kids and their friends have watched the movie 1,000 times. But what’s one more go around? Luckily, you can switch things up by renting a private movie theater on Peerspace. That will at least be a relief to the adults in the room — no cleanup afterward!
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5. Snowman zone
Is it snowy at your home? Then have your kid help you make some snowmen and place them outside your home randomly. This is a cute way to greet your guests as they arrive for the Frozen party!
Depending on the time of year and location, you can always book a Peerspace cabin that’s whimsically surrounded by snow. For example, this rustic modern A-frame in Shaver Lake, CA (pictured above) is a snowy, Frozen-perfect paradise during the winter.
6. Frozen decorations
Party decorations are always necessary but they’re even more important for a themed party. If you’re more interested in Olaf or Elsa’s characters, you may want to stay with white and blue hues for your interior design. Dark purples and fuchsias may be appropriate with Anna and Kristoff if you are in for an adorable frozen birthday party idea.
Put blue icicle lights around the room’s perimeter and ensure that they remain plugged in during the event. String-up paper snowflakes on the ceiling above the party area. Sprinkle a few snowman paper lanterns among the snowflakes for a warm lighting effect.
Cover doors with snowflake curtains with silver fringe and blue and white snowflakes to further enhance your Frozen wonderland.
7. A royal visit
Hire performers to come to the party dressed as Elsa, Anna, or both to give your kid and all of the visitors a memorable experience. Depending on the hiring company you select, packages and choices may differ. However, many companies include posing for pictures during meet and greets, reading tales, leading guests in singing Happy Birthday, and other activities to make your birthday memorable.
8. Frozen-inspired foods
You can offer the same children’s party food as you would at other themed parties for a Frozen birthday party idea. Just be sure to add some festive sweets that fit the movie’s theme or your color scheme. If you’re providing a complete dinner with sides, try molding foods to resemble characters from the film. For example, meatloaf or scoops of mashed potatoes can be fashioned to resemble Olaf.
Alternatively, for the main dish, pick up frozen pizza with a side of mixed frozen veggies, bringing Frozen to the table in a new way. Don’t forget the ice cream!
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