Frozen is so popular still. I’m surprised because fads usually die and movies are only popular until the next one comes out. But not Frozen. It’s still hanging on and your kids won’t “Let It Go.”
So you might as well give in and plan that Olaf Birthday Party your kids have been begging for. Don’t worry, though. We’re here to help. Just check out our tips below to throw the best party.
How To Throw A Cool Olaf Birthday Party
You always want to start your themed party with invitations that match your theme. How would your guests know you’re having an Olaf birthday party if you send out an invitation with a cowgirl on it? You can keep it simple and make your own invites. Write “Would you like to build a snowman?” on the front, then fill the inside with “Then come join the fun with Olaf and friends at _____’s birthday party! And be sure to bring warm hugs!” Decorate the invitations with glitter and Felt Snowflake Stickers. Your kids can definitely help with that part.
At your party, you definitely will want some party decor. Olaf loves the sun so you can go with either winter or summer decor and still pull off your theme. For more “Frozen,” stick with blue and white (lights, streamers, balloons, and snowflakes); for summer, go with sun, surf, and sand decorations. To make your day easier, check out the Disney Olaf Value Party Pack. You choose how many guests you’ll have and it will give you the appropriate number of plates, cups, napkins, utensils, balloons, and thank you notes, all in your Olaf theme. If you’re feeling clever, create a “pin the nose on Olaf” game or a “build your own snowman” table with marshmallow treats. Or, if you’re not feeling so crafty, just go with an Olaf 3D Pull-String Pinata. Don’t forget the Olaf Balloon Bouquet too. And, if all else fails and you’ve run out of games but still have time, you can always just play Frozen on DVD. The kids will sit quiet for that until it’s time to go home.
You will definitely need some food and drink at your party. Think about Edible Olafs, with marshmallows, pretzel sticks, black licorice, and baby carrots. Or go with Melted Olafs:greek vanilla yogurt or vanilla pudding cups with a carrot nose floating in it. You could snowflake cookies, hot chocolate, and our edible-glitter dipped marshmallows.
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