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Frozen Party Ideas

Frozen Party Ideas Collage

Do you have Frozen fans in your house nagging you for a Frozen party? I certainly do. I’ve been pinning away for a few months now so here are a few of my favourites.

First things first – the invites.

I love these ones from Party and Prints. They have some nice printables too for all your party needs.Frozen Invitation

Homeketeers have a selection of printables as well.

Frozen Printables


You have to have some decorations too even if it is just a few balloons but check out this gorgeous party at Blog.hwtm. There are some beautiful decorations here to inspire you.
Frozen Decorations

And now for the food. There is so many Frozen ideas out there for party food but Catch My Party have a great selection.

Frozen Dessert Table

I love this blue drink as well from Momendeavours. There is some great food ideas on this site as well.

Frozen Punch


And don’t forget the cake. Here is one I made – Frozen Cake.

Frozen Cake Collage


Here is some treat bags for your guests too. I thought these were pretty cute from Mom Fuse. There is a lot of other Frozen Party ideas on this site as well.

Frozen Party Favours

For all your Frozen party needs Amazon have a great range. Just click on this Affiliate link to view –  Frozen party
And for more Frozen Party ideas follow me on Pinterest


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Tinkerbell Party

Tinkerbell Cake
Tinkerbell Cake
Tinkerbell Cupcakes
Tinkerbell Cupcakes


Do you believe in Fairies?
Do you believe in Fairies?

It was my daughter’s 4th birthday in July and she’d been asking for a Tinkerbell party for ages. Here is a few photos of her beautiful cake which was made by her Godmother. She absolutely loved it. We also had vanilla and chocolate cupcakes with purple and green frosting in Tinkerbell cases of course. These were made by me.

We also had the usual party fair, sausage rolls (I have a great recipe for those I will post later), frankfurts, chips and lollies etc. I also made some fruit sticks and cut the watermelon pieces into star shapes and put them on the end of the stick to look like a fairy wand. And course you have to have fairy bread. I used cookie cutters in the shape of butterflies and they were gone in seconds.

We also had a children’s entertainer who came dressed as Tinkerbell. She played games with them and had prizes and did some face painting too.

A great time was had by all.