My lil’ Ms. GJG celebrated her birthday in school as her day fell on a Monday. When I first asked her what theme she wants, she was certain of Hello Kitty. But that soon changed when we watched Disney’s Frozen the movie. I tell you, there’s a Frozen frenzy going around! I even have some take aways from the movie, which I shall share on a separate post. Back to the birthday, since that’s all she ever wanted, we gave her request.
Thank God for DIY moms, I was able to find Frozen elements for lil’ Ms. GJG’s school party. I have to thank Homeketeers.com for posting free Frozen printables which I used for Gabbie’s party.
A create your own Olaf the snowman is included with the invite. I got this from Catching Up With Kate.
The invite that I printed was actually a bag topper but since Gabbie loved how the characters were drawn, we decided to use it as an invitation instead, which is also from Homekeeters.
For the kids’ activity I opted for something that can help them mellow and settle down after having their snacks, before proceeding playing parlour games that Mika’s ( who has the same birthday as my lil’ Ms. GJG) mom prepared. I got these Frozen colouring pages from Babble.com. It was such a hit among Gabbie’s friends as everyone was eager to give color and life to their Elsa, Anna and Kristoff!
There’s also a Frozen maze where they have to help Sven the reindeer find Olaf.
For food, I coordinated with Mika’s mom on what we can serve the kids. Most of them liked spaghetti (a no-brainer kid’s meal) so we opted to order from Jollibee instead of cooking because we find it more convenient to have it delivered straight to school.
Lil’ Ms. GJG’s classmates enjoying coloring Anna.
My lil’ princess and her Elsa. She was in a hurry to finish colouring as she wants to start answering the maze.
Here’s the birthday girl with her Shoti trying to solve the maze. Shempre lil’ Mr. GJG was just there for fun but look at how cute his reaction is, as if he’s really trying so hard to solve the maze!
Juro: Pare, great minds think a like no?
Paper bags from Paper Chic Studio, they also sell alphabet stamps which I used to put the names of Gabbie’s friends, as seen on the invite envelope.
I printed this cupcake topper on photo paper, which is also from Homesketeer.
Topped it on the rainbow cupcakes from Tazzy Cakes, cupcake cups from Paper Chic Studio.
Frozen themed bag tags from Booths Republic. Bag tags are at 60 php each for orders 9 pieces and below, but you can get it for 50 php each for orders 10 and above. They also have Frozen stickers, pens, vanity keychain for the same price. You can order via Booths Republic.
Here’s a closer look at Gabbie’s Frozen themed cake with Elsa and Olaf! If it looks good on the outside, it sure does tastes good too! We got our favorite red velvet flavour and everybody I shared the cake with loved it!
Frozen cake and rainbow cupcakes: Tazzy Cakes , text Cat at 0917-8011479
Frozen bag tags: Booths Republic, text or call Sarah or Lala at 0917-8003323/ 0922-8980314
Paper bags, stamp set and cupcake cups: Paper Chic Studio
Whew! With only a few days to prepare, I’m glad I was able to pull off a Frozen themed party! Thank you Senior Koalas for celebrating with my darling princess! 🙂
I wonder what theme lil’ Ms. GJG would like for her 5th birthday! What character is your kid currently crazy about? 🙂