I pulled off a Frozen Birthday Party!June 10, 2014
Elizabeth turns six this month and on Sunday we held a birthday party in Manchester for friends and family. If you want some fun of your own then why not click here to play some online slot games. We always enjoy hosting birthday parties for the girls and we have them down to a fine art. We always enjoy hosting birthday parties for the girls and we have them down to a fine art.
This year Elizabeth requested a Frozen themed party which automatically meant that all the pink decorations I have been saving and using the last few years were obsolete and yet I refuse to buy branded party wear. With silver and blue still being popular colours, I bought plates, serving plates and napkins all in contrasting “frozen” colours. The same went for the balloons, I bought a tank of helium and some different silver and blue balloons, some pearlescent and some normal.
For finishing touches, I bought some doillies which looked like snowflakes spread across the tables and two frozen character posters which will be reused in her bedroom afterwards. Add to that a giant Olaf Balloon and a spectacular Castle cake, the party definitely looked the part.
As we were hosting the party in a large hall we hired a small bouncy castle to keep the children entertained and prepared some pass the parcels. We also set up a biscuit decorating table which was a huge success. I bought a large packet of rich tea biscuits, a box of icing sugar and then emptied my baking cupboard of all sorts of different sprinkles. With blue, pink and white icing we let the children enjoy themselves and they absolutely loved it.
The highlight of the day was an Elsa impersonator who came along to play with the children and do some face painting. They absolutely loved it and all the children were mesmerised to meet her.