Is Frozen still all the rage in your home? I know we loved the movie Frozen and with the short film of Frozen Fever that came out with Cinderella we became even more excited. Then Frozen Two was announced and my daughter and I were ecstatic! I think having Frozen parties right now is still very popular - especially parties with Olaf! So I wanted to share some ideas with you.
Olaf Themed party Ideas
My friend Laura from Laura's Crafty Life has some really fun Frozen party games - I just love all of her ideas:
I also lover her Olaf Treat bags - would make such a cute goodie bag!
And what about the adorable Olaf Caramel and Chocolate Pears from Ashlee Marie!
For a fun craft idea you could make these adorable Olaf Shirts from Mom Endeavors!
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How cute is this Olaf Waffle Maker - perfect for breakfast the following morning if you are having a sleepover party!
However, if you are a busy mom (or not very crafty) and don't have time to make some handmade items I thought I would come up with some ideas to help you still plan a fun party. One place that is full of fun Olaf Party Supplies is Birthday Express - it has everything you need!
Invitations - Send out an invite to guests asking, "Would you like to build a snowman?" Then, on the inside, it could read, "Then come join the fun with Olaf and friends at _____'s birthday party! And be sure to bring warm hugs!" You could also make each invite in the shape of a snowflake or include a Felt Snowflake Sticker inside the invite.
Party Decor - With Olaf, you could throw a party with a winter decor or a summer decor since Olaf loves the sun! Definitely get the party started off right with the Disney Olaf Value Party Pack as it contains everything one needs for a party, including plates, cups, napkins, utensils - even balloons and thank- you notes! You could create a "pin the nose on Olaf" game, a "build your own snowman" table with rice crispy treats, and elevate the laughter with an Olaf 3D Pull-String Pinata. Decor can range from blue and white (e.g. lights, streamers, balloons, and snowflakes) to sun, surf, and sand decorations. Be sure to add the Olaf Balloon Bouquet - it'll definitely give your party a lift.
Food & Drink - Bring together marshmallows, pretzel sticks, black licorice, and baby carrots and you've got yourself edible snowmen (no offense to Olaf, of course). Consider making "melted Olaf's" with greek vanilla yogurt or vanilla pudding cups. You could make blue jello "ice block" jigglers, snowflake cookies, and blue icing-dipped pretzel sticks. For dessert you could have hot chocolate and s'mores, or get an Olaf-themed birthday cake!
Whatever you include in your party, the one thing that Olaf would insist on is that you make it happy and fun - with lots of warm hugs.