Princesses on Ice: A Frozen Halloween Party
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Frozen.
Seriously though, as the highest-grossing animated movie of all time, and one of the best kids’ movies in recent memory, period, Frozen makes a perfect party theme for kids. Why not make it a Frozen costume party for Halloween? Sure, the cold never bothered us anyway, but Halloween is associated with a certain chill in the air. Quite literally, your children and their friends will think you’re the coolest parent around after this.
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Frozen party supplies from our friends at Birthday Express are definitely the way to go. Plates, napkins, cups, and more come pre-coordinated with the most perfect patterns and designs taken right from the movie, and you can get also everything as a convenient Frozen party in a box. Create your own hybrid look by combining with Halloween party supplies.
One thing birthday parties and Halloween parties have in common is that if kids are involved, cupcakes are a requirement. With some glittery blue cupcake wrappers and shimmering snowflake cupcake toppers, these ordinary vanilla cakes Frozen-ed up (Froze?) fantastically.
Faux snow in a glass apothecary jar makes for a frosty decoration – we added some Frozen stickers into the display, too. Also, every princess needs a tiara to look the part on Halloween, right?
Here’s another great Frozen table scape set up. With some fabulously Frozen treats in the middle, each guest’s setting also includes one of those amazing cupcakes and some stylish blue rock candy. Silver princess wands and other fun costume accessories double as perfect party favors.
Let’s be honest with ourselves, you just wanted to see the Frozen costumes, right? White faux branches, icy white pumpkins, and blue and white tulle certainly create a Halloween atmosphere, but it really is the costumes that make this theme party special. Our Elsa costumes and Anna costumes can make the dreams of any little Frozen fan come true. Mom can also dress up with adult Frozen costumes. There’s even an Olaf costume, too!
Our Elsa looks like she can’t wait to get her hands on those Frozen cupcakes. (We really can’t, either, if we’re telling the truth.)
And here are the sisters together again! Tissue paper puffs and snowy white cotton batting finish off the decorations.
Are you going to be hosting a Halloween party for your kids this year? What was the best Halloween party theme you’ve ever seen, and what’s your favorite Halloween costume of all time? Who (or what) will you be dressing up like? Share your thoughts and party pics with us on Facebook and on Twitter @BuyCostumes! Be sure to check out all our boards on Pinterest too, where we’re always adding new sources of inspiration for Halloween costume ideas and party ideas.