Disney’s Frozen Party on a budget

Here it is the official birthday party blog post.  I am so excited to share my daughter’s Disney Frozen Party for under $100.  I want to start by wishing my beautiful daughter a happy third birthday.  She is the driving force for this blog and why it all started.  I love her to the moon and back.  I am truly blessed to have two girls that are so sweet and kind in my life.  Happy Birthday Lo.  I love you.

 Photography was all captured by the talented Carrie Cleghorn you can view her work and check out how awesome she is here.
  The moment you all have been waiting for… dun dun duunn!  The details for Lo’s third birthday party.  Her Disney Frozen Party on a budget.

Food Table

Frozen party
Photography by Carrie Cleghorn Photography

Display Items
Blue table cloth, white table cloth, paper plates, & napkins Dollar Tree
Purple balloons ($3) Party City
Snowflakes home made from white paper
Michaels Princess Crown Cake Toppers ($4)
Bottles owned  (cost $25)
Serving platter owned ($20 at Big Lots)
Metal pots owned ($1 each at Target)
Target Straws with flags (I’ve had these for awhile so I’m not sure how much they cost)
Food Display cards I created in publisher and glued onto purple card stock from Michael’s ($2)

Cookies & Cupcakes homemade ($4)
Rock Candy ($6) Party City
Arendelle Apples ($2)
North Mountain Mac – Home made knock off Panera Mac & Cheese recipe can be found over at Smells Like Home blog. (roughly $6)
Kristoff Krusts – Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwiches (roughly $5)
Sven Snacks – Carrots and ranch ($1)
Princess Punch – Rasberry Lemonade ($3)
For the adults I had Mimosas ($15)

Craft Table

Photography by Carrie Cleghorn Photography

Do you wanna build a snowman? Donut snowman included cake pop sticks($4), powdered donuts ($3), raisins, Pez cut into triangles ($1), pretzel sticks, and frosting to attach everything.
Frozen coloring sheets (printed find them here) and crayons ($2)


Photography by Carrie Cleghorn Photography

Frozen gift bags ($4) from Party City filled from Dollar Tree with carrot bubbles, princess rings, bracelets and cars.
Tiaras and Sven Antlers ($5) made out of foam from Michaels tied with ribbon I already had.

Photo back drop

Photography by Carrie Cleghorn Photography
Blue Table Cloth and Blue Balloons Dollar Tree
Snowflakes homemade
 I do want to share that the snowflakes were time consuming.  I did a couple a day over a week because it can really hurt your hands especially the small ones!!
  The grand total out of pocket for me was about $75-$80.  If you had to buy every single item and couldn’t find anything around your house, you would still come in at about $120!!! This party was for about 20 people and I had quite a bit of food left over.  My budget was $100 and I came in well under.  It just takes some creativity and searching around your house for items to use.  So there it is a Disney’s Frozen Party on a budget.
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  1. April 11, 2014 / 1:46 pm

    My daughter’s birthday is coming up and I’ve been looking for budget-friendly ideas! Thank you for posting this! So, the snowmen were the craft as well as the coloring sheets, right? Can you give me the website where you printed the frozen coloring sheets from?

    • Megan Ballard
      April 12, 2014 / 1:53 am

      Thank you Mari!!

  2. Yenna
    April 11, 2014 / 6:20 pm

    That’s so cute. Gives me the idea on my daughter’s bday

    • Megan Ballard
      April 12, 2014 / 1:52 am

      Awe yay Yenna!! I’m glad it helped. Good Luck with your daughter’s birthday.

  3. April 12, 2014 / 1:14 am

    Happy Birthday to your gorgeous daughter. This is an awesome birthday party. I love it and I can’t believe it was under 100. Wow you are good and it looks amazing.

    • Megan Ballard
      April 12, 2014 / 1:53 am

      Thank you so much girly!! It was a lot of fun trying to stick to that budget. Made me real think outside the box.

  4. April 13, 2014 / 1:11 am

    You had some amazing ideas! I love the “Do you wanna build a snowman?” idea!

  5. April 24, 2014 / 6:06 am

    Love how it turned out, its simple and chic and it looks the girls enjoyed it. Love the snow man – because I love powdered donuts! 🙂

    Thanks for linking up with Let Your Light Shine Thursdays!

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