This past weekend, I hosted a Frozen viewing party & we had a blast! An icy blast of course…I went a little overboard because that’s what I like to do!
The movie just came out a couple weeks ago & I’m sure you’ve seen it everywhere already. I saw it twice in theaters, it was that good! I can’t get enough of that movie. If you haven’t seen it yet you are totally missing out! I haven’t heard of anyone not liking it yet.
Sooooo here’s all the fun set up!
Some of these I came up with myself & some I found on Pinterest. See all the inspiration on my Frozen Party Board!
Every good party starts with mason jar glasses & striped straws! I stuck with all shades of blue & a little purple throughout the decor etc.
For the drink table I ruffled a plastic tablecloth which you can see how to do here. I bought all the tablecloths for under a dollar at Walmart.
I covered a board in a “Let it Go” collage for a cute background. This is so easy to do for yourself. Just google/pinterest “frozen let it go” & you’ll see plenty of options. Then right click, save as, & print them to whatever size you like.
I made some white paper chains because I love paper chains! As a kid I made paper chains for literally every holiday using coordinating, colored, construction paper. I was a little excited to relive those childhood moments!
I made tissue paper tassels too & strung them up on baker’s twine. Actually, my sister & her friends made those for me while I was finishing up the food. Such sweet teenagers!
I used a shelf for the mason jars & threw some blankets underneath for cozying up during the movie.
Everything got covered in faux snow! I bought twenty million bags for incredibly cheap after Christmas last year so it worked out quite well. We drank “melted Olaf” & “Kristoff’s frozen punch.” Melted Olaf was plain ice water in a pretty blue pitcher (Walmart) & the frozen punch was 2- 2 liters of Sprite & 1 gal. of Blue Hawaiian punch in a huge mason jar (Walmart). I refrigerated the Sprite & kept the Hawaiian punch in the freezer for 4 hours before serving; it didn’t freeze but it got super cold. That way I was sure the punch would stay cold throughout the movie.
PS- I’ll be sharing the drink markers for free this afternoon!
Everyone got a spot on the main food table & these little printable food markers will be available for you this afternoon! So check back later!
Ana’s snowflakes were sugar cookies cut out with snowflake cookie cutters on a white snowflake cake plate.
Sven’s snowy salad was the oh-so-delicious apple Snickers salad. It’s a super easy recipe! You only need 3 ingredients & 3 minutes. Chop up 3 normal Snickers bars into chunks & 3 small green apples. Then mix with a small container of Cool Whip. Done! Great summertime dessert too.
We had troll-stone meatballs. Which were the easiest meatballs ever. I used a package of homestyle meatballs & an entire bottle of Sweet Baby Ray’s honey BBQ sauce. Soooo yummy!
This is the main food table. I added a collection of white lanterns in the corner. Found those after summer on clearance at Target last year.
You know the line in the “Love is an Open Door” song, when Prince Hans says, “We finish each other’s…” Then Ana says, “sandwiches!” & Hans replies “That’s what I was going to say!” Well that’s where this idea came from!
For Han’s sandwiches I made an everything sandwich that my mom makes often. It’s called an everything sandwich because you use everything bread not because you put everything on it. So don’t be confused! The bread comes from the Walmart bakery.
Slice the everything bread loaf and spread on mayo, honey mustard, & dijon mustard. Then layer 5 slices of provolone cheese, plenty of pepperoni, & 5 slices of sharp cheddar cheese. Put the top back on & slice into serving size sandwiches. Yum! Refrigerate till serving time. This is an easy lunch idea for a crowd too!
These are probably my favorite part! Elsa’s icy cupcakes!
The grocery store just happened to have blue velvet cake mix! It’s not chocolate though, it’s like white cake but not white. Make sense? I used cream cheese icing from a can & topped them with “ice.”
Michael really liked breaking the ice up & putting them on the cupcakes. What a sweet man!
The ice only took about 10 minutes to make. Here’s the recipe I used, except I halved it.
This is my “Do you want to build a snowman?” table. I used more white paper chains, tissue paper tassel garland, & a printable frozen banner (which will be on the blog this afternoon!). A silver Christmas tree was a lovely addition to the table as well! You can rummage through your Christmas decor & grab anything wintry for your party decor.
Grab the banner for yourself this afternoon!
I also made a quick printable ” Do you want to build a snowman” for my snowman building table. You can get that one later too!
Snowman building supplies included- snowfalkes: popcorn, snowballs: marshmallows & powdered donuts, noses: carrots & puffy Cheetos, arms: pretzel sticks, & eyes: mini chocolate chips. I also added a bowl of Hershey hugs for Olaf’s warm hugs!
I used all white, blue, silver, & clear serving dishes.
I came up with a quick game for the boys while they were waiting for the movie to start, a carrot toss. I printed out a picture of Sven & taped it to a mini galvanized bucket. Aren’t these carrots awesome?! I found the carrots & the bucket for a dollar in the Target One Spot. It’s not as easy as it looks either, the carrots are pretty bouncy!
I got one in yay!! I set it up on a log slice to keep things in the woods.
I layered 2 table cloths & gathered the top one up in the middle. It reminded me of Elsa’s dress.
That’s it y’all!
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