After a frantic to-and-fro with everything we needed to assemble the party, I began my one-woman mission to create a Frozen scene for our boys’ friends to enjoy for the afternoon. The bouncy castle and slides arrived, the very lovely Lolly Trolly set up her gorgeous cart to be filled with the delights of All Occasion Sweet Shop, and Daddy set to work inflating a million balloons.
When everything was set up [read: when I ran out of time], Sven kept a watch over the buffet table whilst Anna and Elsa guarded the refreshments – even if they were a little stiff…
Our favours this year were candies and sweets on a beautiful Frozen sweet cart decorated with Frozen balloons from Party Bags and Supplies – and a choice of Frozen heart or Hans’ sword to fill up to take home, thanks to the lovely people at Yolli. We also had a tiara and sword decorating station [which I never got a photograph of thanks to time constraints] manned by my brother in law [who secretly enjoyed making a pretty tiara, I like to think].
On the buffet table were Olaf and Elsa cupcakes and lollipops, fruit and sandwiches, crackers and sausage rolls, and little chocolate hearts hanging in organza bags from the Frozen trees. There were rainbow jellies in glittery sleighs [painstakingly painted by me and my super dad] and chocolate dipped marshmallows in blue and white with the cutest straws, all displayed on the most beautiful tablecloth from the Pretty Little Party Shop.
|Snow covered Sven hooves, according to Jensen…|
|The lemon meringue lollies in the jars from All Occasion Sweet Shop were SO good.|
Olaf’s personal fluffy cupcakes, topped with delicious icing from Sugar and Crumbs…
…and Olaf himself!
|Note: I did not get a cupcake. Fail.|
We are completely indebted to the following companies and people who made our boys’ day so magical: