3 years old

Ivy's Frozen Themed Third Birthday Party


Ivy is a huge Frozen fan, so of course there was no other choice than to throw her a Frozen themed third birthday party!  I booked the party at a gymnastics venue, so the kids had an hour to run, jump and climb all over the place before coming into the party room for lunch.

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Frozen Party Decorations

I didn't have a lot of time to set up the party room so it had to be very simple, but I also wanted it to look special for Ivy, so I focused on the tables and a few hanging decorations.

Frozen Party Food

We had so much fun with the party food, trying to think up things that would go with the Frozen theme.  We sat and watched the movie together and wrote down any ideas that we had from it, then made little food signs to go on the table.

  • We finish each others sandwiches
  • Fruit wands (technically Elsa doesn't have a wand she has a sceptre, but wands are easier!  I found these cute party favour wands and put grapes and blueberries on each one) (buy from Amazon UK / Amazon US)
  • I wanna stuff some chocolate in my face - white chocolate buttons, chocolate stars and SuperTreats chocolate bars
  • Frozen hearts - love heart candies
  • Olaf's noses - carrot sticks and Organix carrot stick snacks
  • Frozen snowballs - we made Rice Krispie treats with snowflake shaped sprinkles and rolled them into balls
  • Some people are worth melting for - Kiddylicious Smoothie Melts
  • Snow Flurries - bowls of popcorn
  • Melted Snow (bottled water) I made labels for the water bottles that had the childrens' names on them so that they could drink them in the gym room and not get mixed up
  • Frozen cake - I just bought a simple cake from the grocery store so I didn't add to the stress by baking a cake as well
  • Non themed food - bread sticks, mini sausages, raisin boxes, Organix Mini Oaty Bites, Babybel cheeses and Gingerbread Buddies

I always like to have a good mix of healthy food and a few treats, and really most of the kids fill up on all the healthy goodies then just have a bit of cake and they're happy!  I love the healthy snacks from Organix, they're something that we eat all the time, so the carrot stick crisps were perfect to go with the theme and for the kids to have something crunchy to eat.  We also love the mini oaty bites as they're perfect party food (we often buy the bigger bars and carry them around for snacks.)  We also love the healthy snacks from Kiddylicious, and the smoothie melts just fit the theme in the coolest way (I love Olaf's line 'some people are worth melting for') then of course the gingerbread buddies just seemed lovely and wintery as well.  Our latest healthy find is of course the SuperTreats chocolate bars, they have no refined sugar in them but taste just like a regular chocolate bar, the kids go crazy for them and can't believe I let them eat a whole big bar of chocolate (no need to tell them how healthy they are!)

Frozen Party Bags

I love party bags, it's such a fun opportunity to give all of the kids' friends some really cute stuff that we love!  Because I wanted to stuff these bags full of fun we used some larger plain white bags and decorated them ourselves with snowflake stamps and Frozen gift tags.

Some of the younger children got slightly different party bags including:

Of course Ivy also received a lot of Frozen themed gifts, check out our Frozen Inspired Gift List for ideas for your own little Frozen fan!

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* This is a review post, we were sent some party snacks from Kiddylicious, Organix and Supertreats to share with the party guests and write our honest opinions.  This post also contains Amazon affiliate links.*

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