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How To Throw A Frozen Themed Party

ORGANIZING THE COOLEST Frozen themed party ever- SOMETHING WORTH MELTING FOR! HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR YOU TO PUTTING TOGETHER INGREDIENTS FOR THE COOLEST FROZEN THEMED PARTY EVER! The Invites Invitation Devise a method to Make sure you have the guest list sorted Make a Frozen themed invitation keep a tab on who is card - you could even incorporate a pop-up Arendelle castle! out well before time. left to be invited. The décor A Frozen themed party must likely have a blue and white décor. Hanging paper lamp shades in tones of blue and white colors. The carpets and seating arrangements could have styrofoam snowflakes/ character cutouts/ cotton snow strewn on them. Little Olaf, Anna, Elsa, Sven caps if it is a birthday party. Little snowflake cutouts on everything from the candle holders, water bottles, vases, etc. The cushions (if any) could be troll shaped with faces (Bulda, Grand Pabbie) on them. Keep little Frozen character figurines in strategic places in your décor. Food and drinks Plan food and drinks with the keeping the age group of the people on your guest list in mind. Snowflake Baking Cases are the perfect starting point for your Frozen cupcakes. Try to incorporate the blues into the party drinks, too (soda, lemonade, etc.). Have a plate full of blue- and silver-wrapped chocolate- draw inspiration from Elsa's coronation day lunch spread. Frozen cakes are a hugely popular at the moment and a frozen party isn't complete without one. The Star attraction: The main attraction of the food corner will definitely be the Frozen-style cake. Finish off your masterpiece with pre-made Elsa, Anna, Olaf and Sven characters ready to go on top. Make a simple white and blue cake, and make decorations in tune with the theme. You could recreate the cake from Elsa's coronation day! For those who are slightly more adventurous how about covering a Styrofoam Castle in Icing to go on top of your cake! Don't worry if you are not an expert baker-there are plenty of products which will help your Frozen cakes look as cool as anything with very little effort. RENSMAN Ready to Roll Baby Blue Icing: To give your cake that icy feeling. Pearl Spray: Spray it on top to give it a beautiful sheen. Sugar Pearls/ Snowflake Stencil: To decorate the sides of your cake. Snowflake Plunger Cutter: Make your own snowflake toppers to give that instant Frozen look! Rainbow dust/ Decorative glitter: To give your cake that magical feel. You could buy all of the above things onine, or visit a local shop which sells cake decoration. Some other handy tips Frozen songs are hugely popular, so make sure to include them in the playlist. Arrange games to keep the guests involved in your party. Good luck with the post-party mess! To give your guests a complete experience, hand out goodies in Frozen themed paper/cloth bags. Let your guests take home the décor- you will have lesser cleaning to do. References: Vanilla Vallen CAKE AND KITCHENOUIPMENT

How To Throw A Frozen Themed Party

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If you’re struggling to come up with something, we've got you covered. Below we have put together an infographic on how you can organize the coolest Frozen themed party going. The infographic covers...



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