Yesterday, Avery got to go to a birthday party. Not just any birthday party, this little girl was turning four and if you are a little girl turning four in 2014, you are most likely having a Frozen birthday party. No doubt. And since this little girl’s mom is also one of my friends, of course I was happy to help with the party. She started a pin board and was showing me all the things she wanted a couple of days before the party and she was telling me about these fun water bottle label printables. We were trying to find the ones that she was talking about (that were free) and we just couldn’t locate them. That is when I realized…duh, why don’t I just make her a set for the party?! It is a win/win situation, she got exactly what she wanted and now I am able to share them with all of you!!
There were certain things that she wanted, including water bottle labels, cupcake picks and food labels so this is what I focused on. Since this was my first time making official birthday party printables, I thought this was a good start, and let me tell you- I am addicted!! Expect to see a lot more from me!
First, we started with the water bottle labels because that was what we were originally looking for, and this is how they came out!
You can find the pdf for the Frozen Water Bottle Labels here —> Frozen Water Bottle Labels
Next, I made some cupcake picks because though the birthday girl specifically requested cake, cupcakes are a lot easier to make for a lot of people, so mama made a small cake and then a couple dozen cupcakes (with a homemade butter cream that is AMAZING, I should get her to let me share her recipe with you all!)
Here is a blank version of the cupcake picks, you can add your own number or leave the snowflake, whatever you prefer —-> Frozen Cupcake Picks
Next she had a lot of fun with the food ideas! I kept the labels pretty generic so you can probably adapt them to many things, like snow balls can be powdered donuts or cake pops and so on, I loved her frozen hearts:
Aren’t they cool? Also these Olaf cheeses that her friend just free handed were pretty amazing and a big hit!
And never underestimate the power tooth pick and washi tape can have on simple watermelon cubes ( a must on a hot day!)
Lastly were the favors that were super sweet, but in a very sunny spot so I wasn’t able to get the best picture of them- my friend had purchased those cute kids cups with Elsa & Anna and simply filled it with some paper shreds, a few Frozen stickers, a ring and a crown. They were wrapped in simple bread bags and tied off with tulle in purple, teal and silver with these fun little thank you tags. They went over great! And as a mom, I love a practical favor like a cup.
The Frozen Thank You tags can be found here —> Frozen Thank You Labels
There you go! I hope these are helpful for your next party!!!