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Frozen Theme Party Decorating Ideas

Frozen Theme Party Decorating Ideas #1: Creating a Winter Wonderland in your home isn't always an easy task. With these ideas, you'll be well on your way to transporting your guests to the icy hills of the North!

Frozen Theme Party Decorating Ideas #2: Using white and light blue colored streamers, create wisping horizontal lines on the walls of your party space in a ice wind fashion. Think Elsa when she is creating her ice palace, with the beautiful icy flares coming from her finger tips.

Providing your warn your guests ahead of time, drop the A/C in your party space several degrees and have your party guests arrive in traditional winter clothing to stay comfortable during the party. Provide hot chocolate, as well, for some added Frozen fun!

Frozen Theme Party Decorating Ideas #3: When purchasing your plates and napkins, assuming you’re getting a budget friendly price on them, order some extras. These make for GREAT party decorations, arranged in groups or singly around your party space. Have fun arranging them in different designs – a VERY budget friendly alternative to purchasing a lot of Frozen party decoration merchandise!

Frozen Theme Party Decorating Ideas #4: Using clear kitchen plastic wrap, fashion long sheets into cones in icicle shapes. Make them varying lengths. These icicles look great hanging over doorways, especially the front door as guests first arrive to your Frozen party!

Frozen Theme Party Decorating Ideas #5: Place a few sheets of light blue tissue paper over some of the front windows of your party space. The slight blue tint in the room will help create a colder feel without changing the temperature of the room.

Frozen Theme Party Decorating Ideas #6: Visit your local Gordon Food Service store (GFS) and pick up a large roll of white butcher paper. It costs around $20 and will last you enough for your whole party and then some. Line your walls with the white paper, two levels high. On the top layer, cut a waving edge simulating the rolling snowy hills of the north. It’s a very inexpensive way to completely cover your party space, plus you’ll have all that paper left over for other party games and future activities!

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Frozen Snowflake on
STORYBOOK PAPER -
For a MAGICAL
Frozen theme party!