DIY Frozen Party

Frozen Party With DIY Crowns

Sydney mum, Lauren Harris shows us how to create a fabulous Frozen kids’ party!

Tadah! Sewing owner Lauren Harris threw a Frozen themed party for her girls. If you have little Frozen fans at home, you might like to take inspiration from Lauren’s party. Here’s what she did.

Frozen Party Kids’ Activities

When the guests arrived, the kids each collected a crown. Elsa and Anna crowns were made using ideas from Pinterest.

I didn’t get the greatest photo of the set-up as I was too busy running around like a headless chook, but you get the idea. We decided to go for a balloon-free party so the decorations were all tissue paper, tassels, pom poms and snowflakes sewn end to end, hanging from the pergola.

I loved seeing how excited the kids were when Elsa arrived – she had them in stitches for an hour and a half (if you’re in Sydney I very highly recommend Stardust Kids for party entertainment).

The biggest hit, besides the arrival of ‘the real Elsa’, was the snowball fight – the kids went nuts and had so much fun.

The Frozen menu

Kristof’s ice picks (basil/feta/tomato)
Coronation salad Vegie sticks with ‘snowman’ hoummus Sandwiches (“We finish each others…”)
Sven snacks (fruit cups)
Olaf arms (pretzels)
Olaf buttons (sultanas)
Snowflake cookies Crackers with snowflake cheese
Melted Olaf (iced water with a carrot and two grapes in it)
Frozen waters (mint/blueberry lemonade)

The cake was a bit of a mission – time consuming, but not particularly difficult. I followed the recipe from Disney Kids’ Party Cakes and was really chuffed with how it turned out.


Words by Lauren Harris

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