Organizing a Frozen themed Party
Just recently my baby girl turned Five. Anyone else with siblings around this age would probably agree with me that it's all about Frozen. With the 2nd movie soon to be released I am sure we will be singing Let it go for a little longer,
I decided to go for the lollie buffet look for this birthday and I was pretty happy with the end result, considering this was my first attempt.
These gorgeous windmills went over a treat with the kids, keeping them entertained plus also providing a beautiful decorative feature. Also these polka dot gift boxes made for a great way to display them. The White tissue paper also double up for for my Pom Poms I made and suspended from the roof to represent snowballs!
We served blue (Ice) jelly in these cute little ice cream cups. Made small white chocolate coated snowballs in the the small silver cupcake cases and used the larger ones for the cupcakes that surrounded Elsa (The main cake).
Sugar free Blue lemonade was served in the mini milk bottles each having a chalkboard sticker so we could write the kids names and there was no mix ups. The milk bottles were also displayed in a small create with a chalkboard front. We had blue and white dotty paper cups for the younger ones with matching paper plates.
The lollie bags or better know as the loot bags by the kids ensured that that all went home with some extra goodies and a surprise toy for for each child.
All of the above mentioned products I manage to find at Centaur Packaging, talk about a one stop shop. centaur-packaging