FROZEN Back to School Party

The littles have been chattering on about hosting a FROZEN party for a good eight months now and it finally happened! I joined forces with bestie M to throw a Frozen in Summer back to school bash for our lot of littles.

Over the course of a few pool days, we planned the entire breakfast event and we really just had as much fun as the littles did. We set up at a pavilion at a local playground and the weather ended up being just perfect.

August 2014 095 copy

All of our eats were inspired by the flick…

Troll Stones (sausage balls)

August 2014 075 copy - Copy

Elsa’s Snow Balls (mini powdered donuts)

August 2014 076 copy - Copy

Arendelle’s Snowflakes (sugar cookies)

August 2014 083 copy - Copy

Anna’s Frozen Hearts (strawberries)

August 2014 084 copy - Copy

Sven’s Carrots (with ranch)

August 2014 085 copy - Copy

Olaf’s Snack Mix (popcorn, cheetos, pretzel sticks, mini marshmallows, chocolate chips)

August 2014 088 copy - Copy

Ice Cap Punch (powerade with marshmallows and blueberries) + Olaf in Summer (bottled water)
August 2014 093 copy - Copy
Not only did the littles have the run of the playground, but M’s sweet husband hand made this amazing Olaf bean bag toss game!! It is SO precious and we both have grand plans to reuse it for class parties this winter.
August 2014 090 copy
Our crew was so excited for their friends to arrive.

August 2014 104

August 2014 109 copy

And once they did, it was all FUN and GAMES!!!

August 2014 115

August 2014 122

August 2014 127 copy

August 2014 133

We thanked our friends “snow much for coming” with these fabulous, shimmery Frozen Jelly Belly’s. I know I tucked a few away for later :-)

August 2014 082 copy

It was such a sweet way to wrap up summer with our friends, and I loved seeing the fifth graders swinging right next to the kindergarteners. These kids were definitely “worth melting for”!!

PS. You can find the invitation and table tents in my etsy store!

11 thoughts on “FROZEN Back to School Party

  1. Thanks, Amanda! I'm so glad I got to see your cute and clever party. The setting just screams "summer" and your sparkling cookies were beautiful!

    Jane ~ San Diego

  2. Is there anything you can't do??? So adorable!!! I miss throwing parties like that for my girls. What a fantastic way to celebrate the end of summer and back to school.

  3. Have you lost weight? You look great. I request a post on what you're doing to stay so healthy and fit. Also are you going to list your "southern gentlemen" printable on etsy?

  4. Do you know anywhere that you can hire Elsa to come to a kids birthday party? I am in Atlanta too and if you have a recommendation, I would love it!

  5. OMG! this is SO cute!!!!! love how creative it is- esp the food! i'm going to pin this on pinterest for SURE if you dont mind! ;) LOVE!!!!!

  6. I am no more a kid but I honestly had so much fun when I decided to have a mini party of this theme with my sis and cousins. I just can't imagine how kids would go crazy to have such one too! I was searching for my Frozen Birthday Party ideas to add to my collection. I am thankful to come across this post. :)
    God bless!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *