The movie Frozen is the biggest thing since sliced bread. Ok I think it’s even bigger. When my daughter said she wanted a “Frozen” party theme I almost cried I was so excited. We went nuts with the whole theme! Here goes… and be sure to pin your favs on Pinterest! Happy Birthday to my little sweetie Taylor. 4 big years of blessing our lives. You are our little sweetie!
The invites were so fun- I just printed them off as 4×6 prints at Costco for 12 cents a piece!
This cake was absolutely incredible, breathtaking, amazing, and made me feel so happy! When I saw it I started crying. Roxy, of “Roxy’s Sweet Treats” is a true artist, and anyone in the Bay Area would be crazy not to hire her to make their birthday cake for them. I’m serious- she’s just insanely good at this. The cake was even shimmery like ice- and the tiny trees had SNOW FROSTING on them! I don’t know how she did it, but the detail was remarkable. Click on the image to go to her facebook page and “like” it RIGHT NOW!
rice crispy packages are blue…. so they were on the party favors table… also I just covered cake plates/platters with blue fabric to match. The fish were “ice fish” and the pretzels were “olaf arms”.
Marshmallows dipped in candy melts and on a stick. BEST EVER. SOOOOO easy and fast- I got the melts at Michaels and it took about 5 minutes do make about 3 dozen of these.
Princess tiaras for each guest- dollar store find.
Another dollar store beauty… just stick a stick in them!
Frozen cake pops by Roxy’s Sweet Treats (click here and you’ll go to her page)
Blue ice drink (blue gatorade) Printable Ana labels
Blue ice to eat…(jello)
Of course I had to take photos of my little cutie with her cake! She was grinning ear-to-ear about this cake. She was SO excited!!!
AMAZING cake work.
Do you want to build a snowman??? We did! We made “Olaf pizza”! I bought those $5 pizzas from Little Ceasars but asked them not to bake the pizzas… and to put the sauce and cheese separate. The girls got to cut out the shapes and make their own snowmen pizzas. Took 10 minutes to bake (uhh, err…. I cooked them a little too long..)
The snowmen were supposed to be like this one- flat like a pizza… not stacked like a real snowman (in the previous pic.)
My little girl!!!
Notice the “Elsa” hair!
Playing “Pin the nose on Olaf”
The sisters all had to get their photo taken with the birthday girl…
You can see how excited the little one was to get her picture taken…
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