Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Do You Want To Build A Snowman? A Frozen Birthday Spectacular!

Recently, my eldest niece Amelie celebrated her 7th birthday in style with a wonderful party themed around hers (and most other childrens!) current Disney obsession...Frozen!

Ever since seeing the movie for the first time almost a year ago, Amelie and her sister Lottie have been utterly besotted with all things Elsa, Anna & Olaf!

Her birthday party was centered around this lovely frosty theme, and my sister pulled it off brilliantly.... with Frozen cupcakes, an Ice Palace cake, pretty Elsa party bags, a Frozen bouncy castle, tables decorated with icy crystals and beads and scene setting white twigs, and of course lifesize cut outs of Elsa & Anna really was a site to behold!

Of course my sister did have some help from my Mum who just happens to be a fantastic childrens party planner specialising in Frozen parties! (If you're based in the Liverpool area, check out Princesses & Pirates Childrens Parties for fabulous birthdays with live appearances from Elsa herself!) 

Amelie dressed, of course, as her heroine Elsa while Lottie opted to be sister Anna....I do wish I'd have thought to get Tyne an Olaf costume but instead he just wore a sweet little dungaree and bow tie set from H & M for the occasion.

One very welcome addition to the party, and something which helped very much to set the theme, was this fabulous Elsa balloon creation!

Modeled entirely from balloons, and using water to weigh it down at the bottom, this fantastic Elsa character was a perfect table centre piece next to the birthday cake.....the children loved it, and I was amazed to find that this stayed perfectly inflated for 10 days after the party before showing any sign of deflating at all!

Elsa is available, along with a whole host of other characters and creations, from the wonderful Balloon Baboon for just £18.95 which I think is a fantastic price for such a show stopping creation - please click HERE for more details.

The party was spent bouncing, eating goodies, playing a Frozen themed version of the traditional Stuck In The Mud game...where people are "Frozen" if caught by Elsa rather than stuck in the mud! (My idea! i`m quite proud of that one!)....and dancing under a fantastic snow machine!

There were also many renditions of "Let It Go" belted out, of course!

Amelie had a lovely birthday, and the theme worked wonderfully.

Is your little one Frozen mad? Will you be indulging in a Frozen party this year?

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