Add some purple to the blue and white color scheme with this Nordic Flower craft inspired by Anna. Use these as hanging decorations or on favor bags. You could also modify this craft to make hair clips or as a craft activity with preschoolers. Get the template and instructions at Spoonful.
A Frozen themed party isn't complete without snowflakes! You can add as many as you want. These snowflakes make nice hanging decorations. With a few modifications these make lovely Elsa-inspired hair clips too! Find the template and instructions for the snowflake ornaments and snowflake barrettes on Spoonful.
Looking for a cute drink option besides Melted Snow (water)? How about these adorable snowmen milk bottles created by Pink Peppermint Prints? They are easy to make and add the perfect touch to a kid-friendly party.
Whether you decorate with snowflakes or not, including some snowflake shaped treats is sure to please. Go beyond cookies with this snowflake cutter from Wilton by offering snowflake sandwiches and fruit. Get creative!
Engage the kids in a fun snowball fight with these no melt, no mess balls. They work well for fun indoors where it is warm. Or, get creative with other game ideas, such as seeing who can walk the farthest while balancing snowballs on their feet, tossing them in a bucket, throwing them at an Olaf target, and more! Find the right quantity of Snowtime Anytime for your party on Amazon.
I love this idea of a snowball bar. Snow cones are a tasty summer treat and a great way to take your Frozen party theme to the next level! Get the details on setting up your own snowball bar designed by Soiree Event Design.
Olaf gets a lot of love for being a fun snowman. You don't have to worry about cutting and serving a large cake with these cute cupcakes. Get the recipe and instructions for making Olaf cupcakes on Spoonful.