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I had this Ice Princess birthday party theme in my to-do list for a while. I wanted a simple theme that could work for a Winter Onederland party or for a Frozen party, the theme of the moment for girls’ birthday parties.

If I had a dollar for each time I hear my daughters sing ‘Let it go’ I would be a millionaire! There’s no escaping the Frozen fever when you have daughters, am I right?

The birthday banner is always the starting point of my party decorations. I like to hang it off the wall behind the party table and then displaying the food and cake underneath, adjusting its height as needed.

Traditionally you would have a “Happy Birthday” banner but I like to make a simple one with just the name so we can keep it up or use it to decorate the child’s bedroom after the birthday party.

For this cake topper I wanted to keep it simple and versatile. It’s a sweet princess castle and snowflakes that you can use on their own or add your child’s Elsa and Anna figurines if you’re having a Frozen party.

As usual, our party kits include 2″ round cupcake toppers that you can personalize with the child’s name and age. This theme has 3 different designs, with the princess castle, a snowflake and a crown.

For a fun little touch I made these “melted snow” labels for water bottles, but as the file has editable text, you can customize them with the child’s name or type any wording you like.

Find the Ice Princess printable party kit at https://www.mypartydesign.com/product/ice-princess-party-printables/

Matching Ice Princess Party invitations are also available at https://www.mypartydesign.com/product/printable-ice-princess-invitation/


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