My God daughter turned 6 this summer and my girlfriend, Jennifer (who happens to be the single working mom of my two beautiful God children), put together a really great party for her. Kinga, my God daughter, like most little girls these days, loves the Disney movie Frozen. So everything you will see here is centered around the characters and story line of the movie. I thought she did such a great job that I decided to share it with you all!
Elsa stood by for whom ever wanted to take a picture with the popular princess.
In the dining room…
The bowl filled with fun “Frozen” themed chocolates.
Here is the cake that I made for the birthday girl… It’s a chocolate cake with chocolate fudge butter cream filling… then a butter cream exterior that has been air brushed a blue ombre. And on top, I made “ice” candy and dusted it with powdered sugar for the frosty look. I then adorned the cake with all the Frozen characters.
In the kitchen, up on the kitchen island was an elaborate snack table! Take a look…
Blue jello was “Kristoff’s Ice”.
Some pre-packaged powdered donuts were “Olaf’s Snowballs”
Some chocolate covered peanuts were “Frost Bites”
Super cute string cheese was turned into little “Olaf’s” by just using a Sharpie permanent marker to draw him on the white canvas!
Ring pops made for the perfect “Coronation Rings”
There were “Arendelle’s Snow Capped Mountains”
“A kiss to melt a frozen heart”
This was by far my favorite part of the snack table… A build your own snow man treat tray! Kids (ahem, and adults) got to use the pretzel sticks as the snow man anchor to hold the marshmallows and then the raisins and cheese snacks got to adorn the little snow men! Labeled, “Do you want to build a snowman?” …Too cute!
Here is my little Olaf!
Outside, the drink station was super cute too…
Outside there were two choices for drinks… The first was “Elsa’s Punch”
Then there was a “melted snowman” which consisted of water, with a carrot (“nose”) and two blue berries (“eyes”) and the sign reads “Some people are worth melting for”
Sandwiches… “We finish each other’s sandwiches”
Hawaiian meatballs… “Troll’s Rocks”
On the kitchen table…
“Thank you snow much for coming”
My daughter loved her tiara and necklace!
In the back yard…
Under a back yard deck was “Oken’s Trading Post”. The beams look like a real trading post in the woods and the little Christmas Trees, snow men and ice skates are a cute touch.
Snow in summer… A kiddie pool filled with a kneaded mixture of baking soda and shaving cream!
The kids had a blast playing in the snow in summer!
And here is the beautiful birthday girl!