For Isabelle’s Second Birthday we did a Frozen Birthday Party!
Let it Go! Let it Go! This song seems to be almost everywhere nowadays! From young children, teens, adults, to the young in heart, and especially parents are having the song stuck in their head or singing it!
Her birthdate seemed to go perfectly with the movie Frozen as it takes place in Summer!!! Great… now I have the song stuck in my head… Thanks, Olaf! 🙂
For more Birthday parties:
I found the rock candy sticks at Party City!
I found the Frozen figures on eBay!
Her birthday cake is red velvet with butter cream cheese icing.
The food coloring I used for the blue in the icing and the middle layer is by Wilton
The bottom layer is the icing and crushed up graham crackers with a little drink umbrella for Olaf in Summer!!
What the cake is on is a piece of wood wrapped in tin foil. Be sure to wooden dowels when building layers for your cake.
Lemonade and Hibiscus Sangria
I used the colors from Frozen as an inspiration when it came to decorating. I wasn’t going to spend all my money on Frozen Party City Decor. I wanted to make it my own. I went to Joann Fabrics and bought tulle, pink, purple, and blue (similar to Elsa’s dress) fabric to enhance my buffets, along with our Christmas Lights and a few Christmas decorations.
We had Sandwiches and Pasta Salad for the Birthday Lunch
Snowflake garland made using a Martha Stewart Snowflake Punch, Colored paper, thread, and tape. I bought the punch at Joann Fabrics using coupons and I think I bought it for around $10!
pretzel sticks, carrot sticks, raisins, and Ferrero Raffeallo
I made my German Butter Cookie in Olaf Pieces. I had them packaged and Labeled “Do You Want to Build a Snowman”?
The kids got to build their snowman butter cookies with the song “Do You Want to Build a Snowman”? playing in the background.
Isabelle’s very own Olaf!