I have no idea how, but, before my very eyes, my sweet niece Camdyn is turning 4! Crazy!!! Like most four-year-old girls her age, she is completely obsessed with Frozen, so her party theme was a no-brainer. What was not so simple, however, were all of the little details her mom put into this adorable party for all of us to enjoy! Check out all of the funsies in the pics below...
The almost four-year-old humoring her aunt by taking a picture by her food table
Drink options included "Melted Olaf" (aka-ice water) and "Melted Snow Monster" (a fun and fizzy blue concoction that was quite tasty)
Frozen snow castles created by pouring water and food coloring into beach pails, freezing them and placing them on a cotton ball-covered cookie sheet
Each food item offered went along adorably with the theme! Sno-Cap candies became the Snow Caps of Arendale, Anna and Elsa's kingdom
Green rock candy resembled Anna's frozen coronation gown
Blue and clear-colored rock candy on a stick served as Elsa's frozen fractals all around
No party is complete without powdered donut holes, aka "Snowballs"
Chicken and ham salad sandwiches were served as the main entreé and went along with Anna and Hans' favorite food choice
Who doesn't love frozen grapes???
Pretzel sticks were adorably labeled "Sven's antlers" to pay homage to everyone's favorite reindeer (besides Rudolph, that is).
And let's not forget everyone's favorite character, Olaf and his removable (cheese puff-like) nose
The pretty birthday girl posing by her Olaf poster...
My sister-in-law frosted a Blue Velvet (for obvious reasons) cake and embellished it with beautiful, blue, rock candy and Frozen character figurines
How cool is that light-up birthday candle??? And how sweet is that birthday girl?
Playing "Pin the Nose on the Olaf"---stiff competition
The bar has been set very high for Frozen-themed parties after this little shindig!