Okay so that title is cheesy what can I say. Planning my kids’ parties is something I look forward to all year long. Now that they are old enough to dream up a theme with me it’s even more fun to make magical moments for them. 

My daughter Kennedy wanted a Frozen-themed party for her 3rd birthday! While I know this theme has probably graced every single home in America (and beyond) by now I hope you can find some Frozen Party inspiration here.

I won’t lie, the single most exciting aspect of this party for me was the all-white bounce house from Inflatefortyeight. I know I’m not the only mom out there who loves an aesthetically pleasing moment. haha. If you’re in AZ, San Diego or Texas check them out, these white bounce houses are what party dreams are made of. 

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For Kennedy’s Frozen-themed 3rd Birthday I created a 5 foot Balloon Mosaic that we used for her 3rd birthday Pics and it was a great addition to the party. (Check out the Creative Heart Studio for templates) I love to shoot birthday photos of my kids a week or two before their party and have them printed and framed. It totally personalizes the party to them and ensures I get at least a few cute photos in their party outfit before it’s covered in cake. 😉 

Her adorable Elsa Dress is from Trish Scully. She makes the BEST dress-up outfits for littles. 

Check out Kennedy’s SomeBunnies Two – Kennedy turns 2! photoshoot my most pinned images on Pinterest. 

Kennedy’s Cake table was decked out with all things Frozen. The whole inspiration for this table started with this Frozen Castle my sister-in-law snagged at goodwill! We cleaned it up and used it as a treat tower. 

I made a simple fringe garland for behind the table (made from plastic table cloths) and framed it with a short balloon garland. These darling disco balls make the best little accents for basically any tablescape. I’m kind of obsessed with them. 

Cookies: Brookie Bakes 

Cake: Cake Junkie 

Cupcakes: My mother in law 😉 

Outside we decorated our porch like a winter wonderland using this backdrop , tons of snowflake garland & the 3 Mosaic.  

My husband and his buddy made me these dreamy backdrops and I used my Cricut Maker to cut the vinyl letters. And of course Balloons galore, Balloons are the perfect statement piece. If you’re looking to build a balloon garland on your own check out my amazon storefront for all the supplies you need to get your balloon garland going. 

Aside from having the all-white bounce house as entertainment for the kids I made them a Frozen Sensory Bin – a spin off of the Snow Sensory bin that our Elf on the shelf brought at Christmas time. 

If you haven’t tried this fake snow you have got to try it. It was the biggest hit at our party even more than cake and ice cream. Simply add water and watch it expand!! I added our Elsa & friends figurines & some scoops and cups to play with the snow. 

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Thank you much for stopping by! 

XO Whitney

Okay so that title is cheesy what can I say. Planning my kids’ parties is something I look forward to all year long and now that they are old enough to dream up a theme with me it makes it even more fun to make some magical moments for them.

My daughter Kennedy wanted a Frozen themed party for her 3rd birthday, while I know this theme has probably graced every single home in America by now I hope if you’re looking for some fun Frozen Party inspiration you find some here.

 

I won’t lie, the single most exciting aspect of this party for me was the all white bounce house from Inflatefortyeight. I know I’m not the only mom out there who loves an aesthetically pleasing moment. haha. If you’re in AZ, San Diego or Texas check them out, these white bounce houses are what party dreams are made of.

 

For Kennedy’s Frozen themed 3rd Birthday I started with creating a 5 foot Balloon Mosaic that we used for her 3rd birthday Pics and it was a great addition to the party.( Check out the Creative Heart Studio for templates) I love to shoot birthday photos of my kids a week or two before their party and have them printed and framed around the house. It totally personalizes it to them and ensures I get at least a few cute photos in their party outfits before it’s covered in cake. 😉

Her adorable Elsa Dress is from Trish Scully. She makes the BEST dress up outfits for littles.

 

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