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Let it Go: A Frozen Themed Birthday Party


Welcome to “DIY” Parties!  On a budget!  The idea is to be able to throw an awesome party- without having to hire someone or break the bank!   

Are you ready to let it go and plan the most enchanting birthday party for your little one? Look no further! A Disney Frozen-themed 4th birthday party with a hot cocoa bar is the perfect way to create a winter wonderland for your child and their friends. Get ready to embark on a magical journey as we explore the key elements that will make this celebration truly unforgettable. 

(My daughter’s outfit is Linked here!)  

First things first

Let’s talk about the decorations. Transform your party venue into the kingdom of Arendelle by incorporating wintry elements and Frozen-inspired decor. We made homemade snowflakes to hang from the ceilingI purchased a “snowflake” light projector that made moving snowflakes on the wallsYou could also hang twinkling lights and scatter snowflake cutouts across tables to make your guests feel like they’ve stepped into Elsa’s ice palace!  And what would a party be without OLAF!  

We thought a good idea for this party was to have a hot cocoa bar and the kids loved it! Start by setting up a table with a tablecloth and a hot cocoa sign We used my daughters’ Frozen dolls as décor as well.  Picking out the toppings was easy, and I tried to stay on “theme”.  I did marshmallows, Blue Chocolate melts, White chocolate chips, peanut butter chocolate chips, Mini Oreos, Milk chocolate chips, vanilla wafers, and last but not least the Pirouline Chocolate sticks (my fav!) Don’t forget to provide whipped cream and blue candy canes! Your little guests will love customizing their own cups of warm and comforting cocoa! 

Now, let’s move on to the main event – the cookie decorating station. Set up a table with a white tablecloth and layout plain cookies in various Frozen-themed shapes such as snowflakesProvide an array of colorful icing, sprinkles, edible glitter, and various toppings to inspire the little one’s creativity. Don’t forget to include small spatulas, sticks, or knives to help them create intricate designs.  I also had little baggies with snowflakes on them for the kids to bring home their decorated cookies- if they didn’t eat them of course!  

No birthday party is complete without a mouthwatering cake to keep with the Frozen theme! 

My mom also made the #4 Lollipops! Details Below! 

Chocolate Lollipops are one of my favorite favors to give to the kids to take home!  What you need to make:  

  • #4 Chocolate Mold  
  • Chocolate Melts- Depending on Color  
  • Sticks and Clear Bags  
  • Ribbon   


My Mother-in-Law made these homemade “mints” as wellSo Delicious!  These also doubled as thank you’s for the adult guests“Thank you snow much for coming!”  

It isn’t a party without some snowflake-shaped glazed vanilla cookies and Rice Krispie treats!  

Putting together the favors for this one was fun!  I started with little containers with snowflakes on them from the dollar treeMy daughter’s birthday is in November, so a lot of the Christmas décor in stores helped with this themeThere were a lot of different aged kids at this party so depending on age was what was in their goodie bagThe dollar tree always has a lot of Frozen themed goodies, so I started thereI also included some rock (ice!) candy, pop rocks, and frozen-themed cups!  

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