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Hosting the Ultimate 4 Year Old Frozen-Themed Birthday Party

Throwing a birthday party is always a magical experience, but imagine adding a touch of frosty enchantment to the celebration...even in summy Los Angeles! A Frozen-themed birthday party is the perfect way to transport your little one and their friends to the wintry wonderland of Arendelle. From snowflakes to ice castles, this article will guide you through every step of hosting an unforgettable Frozen-themed birthday party that will leave your guests singing, "Let it Go!"

Was it work to plan and coordinate everything? YES. But was it also totally worth it? YES.

From the moment I asked Jayna and Kinsley what theme they wanted to have - they immediately said ELSA! And I felt like they were finally old enough that we could really embrace the theme. I committed to the theme in everything - from the invites, to the food, activities, cakes, and gifts. I even packaged some of my favorites up so you can steal with pride :-)

Sharing some tips and tricks below on what made our Frozen 4th Birthday party so successful.

Invitations: Set the tone for your Frozen adventure with enchanting invitations. Design invitations featuring Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and other beloved characters. We went with "For the first time in forever...." featuring the two sisters:

Decorations: Transform your party space into a winter wonderland by incorporating Frozen-inspired decorations. Use icy blue and silver tablecloths, balloons, and banners. Hang snowflakes from the ceiling. We put our life-size Elsa and Sven on display. We also purchased a snow machine as a fun activity for the kids and to really embrace the winter ambience.

FWIW, we made our own "snow solution" with 1 gallon of distilled water, 1 cup of Mr. Bubbles, and 1 cup of Rubbing Alcohol. The higher the snow is placed - the more realistic it looks!

Food & Cake: This is where I really committed to the theme, because all of the items we served were "Frozen themed" with a quote table sign to go with it.  We incorporated edible glitter for that extra touch of sparkle as well as edible snowflakes. Cupcakes with character toppers are also a delightful alternative. You an find these on my Etsy shop here.

Activities and Games: Keep the little ones entertained with Frozen-inspired activities and games. We made Elsa's Magical Slime, did a Snowman hunt, and played in the snow and a Frozen bounce house. We also considered hiring a professional entertainer dressed as Elsa or Anna to make a surprise appearance...but decided the girls were still a bit too young.

Party Favors: We made these ADORABLE 'Do You Want to Build a Snowman' goodie bags that the girls brought to school and gave out at their party. You can purchase the bag tags, shopping list and instructions here.

We received so many complements about the party - and everyone had a blast as we let the magic unfold and enjoy a celebration fit for royalty in the kingdom of Arendelle!

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Those Sandwiches looked so good what a great looking party

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That looks wonderful. I really like the personal touches as opposed to one big commercial fanfare. Precious memories being made

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I'm Kristen, a first-time Mom of identical twin girls who are 3. I work full-time, teach group fitness classes, and am on the wild ride of motherhood.

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