Frozen, Frozen 2, Olaf's Frozen Adventure, Frozen Fever
• Let it Go
• Into the Unknown
• Show Yourself
Lives in: Arendelle (Frozen)
The Enchanted Forest (Frozen 2)
Born with the power of ice and snow, Elsa is the firstborn daughter of King Agnarr and Queen Iduna, the older sister of Queen Anna, and the former queen of Arendelle. Throughout most of her young life, Elsa feared that her powers were monstrous. Therefore, she isolated herself from the world as a means of protecting her family and kingdom. Elsa's anxieties would eventually trigger a curse that plunged Arendelle into an eternal winter. Through Anna's love, however, Elsa was able to control her powers and live peacefully amongst her people with a newfound self-confidence.
Three years into her reign,Elsa is called forth to Ahtohallan to assume her rightful place as the Fifth Spirit of the Enchanted Forest, whose purpose is to bridge the magic of nature and people. She thereby abdicates the throne, allowing Anna to rise as the new queen of Arendelle.
1. Grand Entrance: play 'Vuelie' on Bluetooth speaker. Enter party with high energy, big smile, waves and hugs for everyone (birthday child first!)
2. Storytime: read Frozen storybook. Familiarize yourself with the story so you can perform the story without reading off the page the entire time. The book should be more a guideline and pictures for the kids to look at. High energy, involve kids, make it a theatrical, performative storytime!
3. Sing-Along: Sing Let it Go (also additional songs if requested). Encourage kids to sing along!
4. Face Painting (see below for suggested designs and tutorials)
5. Games & Magic Tricks (see below for
suggestions and instructions)
6. Coronation ceremony for birthday child (see below for coronation script). Present tiara to bday child.
7. Pose for photos and sing Happy Birthday!
Costume Checklist (Frozen 1, Classic Ice Dress)
• Nude tights
• Sheer shirt w/ rhinestones
• Sequined bodice
• Silver shoes
Costume Checklist (Frozen 2, Travel Outfit)
• Under Dress
Costume Checklist (Frozen 2, Spirit Dress)
• White beaded dress
• Cape (2 pieces!)
• White Shoes
• Fair Foundation
• Purple and Pink eyeshadow
• Black liquid eyeliner
• Pink Blush
• Fuschia Lipliner and Lipstick
• False Eyelashes
• Brown eyebrow pencil or brow powder
Makeup is super important - it transforms you and brings the character to life!
Frozen Face Painting
• Elsa Snowflakes
• Anna Flowers
Watch video for tutorials!
• Elsa's Freeze Dance
Play an uptempo song. Encourage kids to dance and show off their best moves. Invite shy kids to dance with you. Every 10-15 seconds, pause the music and instruct the players to FREEZE! Anyone who moves has to make a silly face. Everyone keeps playing until the song is over.
• Icy Snowball
It's a classic game of hot potato, with a Frozen twist! Gather children in n a circle. Play an upbeat song. Direct the players to pass the 'snowball' around the circle - but don't delay, it's cold! Pause the music every 10-15 seconds. Whoever is holding the snowball has to do their best 'freeze' like Anna, and go to the Frozen Fjord (stand outside the circle). Once only one child is left, they give all their friends a warm hug to thaw them.
Elsa's Icy Magic
You can THRILL kids with these very simple 'magic' tricks!
• Magic Coloring Book
- Tell the birthday girl she possesses a very powerful magic, birthday magic!! Would she be willing to share some of her birthday magic today? Give her the Frozen magic wand.
- Show kids the blank book pages. Ask if they can use lots of imagination and a little birthday magic to help make the pictures reappear! Decide on a magic word (they'll usually choose Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo), and have everyone say it on the count of 1-2-3! Finally, the birthday girl touches the book with her wand and ta-dah! The pictures have appeared. You can 'erase' the pictures and repeat as many times as the kids are entertained (usually 2-3).
• Magic Insta-Snow
Kids LOVE making snow with Elsa! This fun and simple activity can be done using just a splash of water. Simply put a scoop of the 'snow' powder into a cup or bowl, add a splash or two of water, and watch it magically become snow! Add a flair by performing Elsa's 'ice powers' with your hands as the snow grows. If time permits, allow each child a turn to add water to a scoop and show off their best ice power moves. :)
Posing: Practice graceful fingers and 'ice hands'! :)
Birthday Coronation Ceremony
The final activity of the party, this is a very special and memorable moment for birthday girls and their families. If parents don't already have their cameras out, encourage them to grab them before you begin! View and download script below!