This delightful FROZEN THEMED BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Katelyn Meekel of Events by Kate.
What a sweet party! I love that the the color scheme focuses on the colors of Arendale; it’s such a cute and different take on this particular theme! I also love all of the cute printable ideas! This party is so fun and would work perfectly for any little fan of the movie Frozen!
The Frozen party ideas and elements to look for from this lovely event are:
- The darling drink labels
- The cute dessert table banner
- The cute cake
- The fun Sven favor carrots
- and MORE!
Styling & Concept by Katelyn Meekel of Events by Kate
Artistic Design of Graphic Characters Rachel Errede of Events by Kate
Cake Artistry by Sweet Spot Cupcakes
Entertainment of Anna & Elsa Characters by Kamloops Princess Parties
Frozen Party Details:
This is what Kate said about planning the party- “When my client of two years contacted me to design another party for her sweet little one; I knew before she called that we could expect to be doing the most popular party for the year FROZEN. Although this theme has been done by so many moms and professional stylists; I wanted to do something that was totally different to everyone. Focusing on the colors of the city of Arendelle, we created a unique take on Frozen, without using the popular white snow and blue ice look.
Décor & Inspiration
The table backdrop was a framed original “Frozen” inspired art design created by our in house graphic designer. Using elements from the front of the Arendelle castle, and the beautiful deep plum colors used throughout the movie we created a fun birthday table for a sweet little three year old.
Sweets & Eats
The cake featured the popular character “Olaf” the snowman on the top, surrounded by trees and a fun Elsa inspired top tier with snowflakes. The bottom was simple in the plum color. We had Wandering Oaken chocolates (Swiss Mountain Chocolate Bars) as part of the party favors, along with three varieties of candy “Troll bites”, “Arendelle Sweets” and “Swedish Fish”. Drinks were matched to the display, and had fun stationary wraps.
My favorite component of this party was the “Elsa magic” favors we created. Using a fake snow product, these little cups were filled with a tiny bit of imagination. Just add water and create your own snow! So clever and fun for kids.”
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