The Partiologist: Frozen Themed Birthday!

Frozen Themed Birthday!

The temperatures here in Colorado have been freezing and every time I step outside, I'm frozen. So for that reason, I thought now would be the perfect time to share the Frozen themed birthday party treats I made for my granddaughters third birthday!  

Frozen Themed Birthday!

I had no idea what I was going to make for the of course the first thing I do is a little research. A little Google research. 

After my homework, I started making the snowflakes for the cake. Years ago I purchased a cake lace mat with Frozen themed snowflakes. Finally I had the chance to use it.

It's a good thing I made two. I had a little trouble adding it to the side of the cake.

First I put the snowflakes on the top in uniform. But soon realized I needed them to be asymmetrical.

A few snowflakes here and there.

Now on to Elsa.

I'd like to say I made her of fondant, but nope, she was a little figurine I purchased. And the thought of making her of fondant would have been a disaster!

I'm pretty sure she would have looked more alien than princess.

Now that the cake is complete, let's move along to other sweet treats.

These little Elsa cupcakes were easy but time consuming. Finding the right cardstock and cutting the cupcake wrappers with my cricut was the easy part. Next, printing and cutting each Elsa by hand and gluing tulle around the bottom for the skirt was time consuming.

But I loved how they turned out and so did the birthday girl!

Remember sugar swizzle sticks, back in the day?

Well, it looks like swizzle sticks are here to stay and I found the perfect colors to compliment the Frozen birthday party.

I  thought they would be perfect to represent all the Ice! I packaged each one individually in a pretzel bag and tied with ribbon. Who knew these would be one of my sister's favorite desserts?

I purchased the next toppers, although they are for cupcakes I used them for pretzels.

Dipped and drizzled with candy melts and sanding sugar. Elsa and Anna were at the party!

One of the kid favorites were the chocolate covered Oreos.

Staying with the theme of the party, they were snowflakes!

Speaking of snow...I made Olaf cake pops.

A true labor of love. At one point I was second guessing my choice to make these.

But I always enjoy a challenge, so I finished the project.

Again, I had purchased this Olaf mold and kept it in storage until the time it was needed. And the time was now. 

I colored white candy melts to a Frozen blue and topped Rice Krispie Treats.

My preference is dark chocolate on a RKT. I have to admit, these topped in the blue was the right thing to do. Plus, that way I didn't eat any.

The chocolate imprint Frozen themed cookies are so yummy, they didn't need any frosting. I always either make chocolate cookies or homemade animal cracker cookies when using an imprint cookie cutter. 

Another favorite dessert is a chocolate peanut butter bar.

Or in this case, a peanut butter chocolate circle topped with an edible candy snowflake.

The little cookies next to the PB chocolates are oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. Nothing frozen about those. Well, I take that back. The cookie dough was frozen into little balls so I could plop them on a cookie sheet and bake the day of the party.

And of course I made take home boxes to fill with all the sweet treats.

I mean, it isn't a party unless everyone goes home with a take home treat! In this case, several take home treats!

My favorite photo from the party was my little granddaughter smelling her cake before adding the candles and singing happy birthday. And no one minded her nose was pretty much touching the cake! 

Don't worry, I made cookies! Yes, I'll be sharing those next! 

Until then...Stay warm!


  1. WOW! WOW! WOW, That Is all I have to say!! That cake to start would be any little girl's dream. Everything is pure perfection!! You can tell the Olof cake pops were truly a labor of love along with everything else. The most beautiful thing out of everything is your granddaughter's reaction to her cake and that you captured it. Priceless!

    1. Aww, thank you! I just love that I have that photo to capture the moment! :)

  2. Wow, that cake is gorgeous!!! And those Olaf cake pops are adorable. I know how much work they are and am glad you didn't give up. What a wonderful party for your granddaughter. She's going to have amazing memories!

    1. I'll have to keep showing her photos so she remembers! LOL Thank you!

  3. This looks like a wonderful party. I would love to celebrate my next birthday with this cake and all of the extras!!! I'm on Medicare if that tells you anything! Wow, do I love it all! It makes me happy just looking at all of it!

    1. No matter how old, this would be a great party!! ;) Thank you for stopping by!

  4. Oh my goodness! Is there anything you can't do? :) Everything is spectacular. I've been staring at the photos several times already. Little details make all the difference. I just can't fathom how you did all this! The little snowflakes are even 2 tone on the brownies (?). It's all so time consuming but you didn't miss a beat. To say I'm impressed is an understatement.

    Thank you for sharing your granddaughter's birthday.

    1. How sweet of you to notice all the detail! It was so much fun to create and to see my granddaughter's smile and excitement!


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