Prepare to be *frozen in your tracks* by One Inspired Party and Bambini Soiree‘s dazzling & Over the Top Frozen Birthday Party for Emily! Dripping in sparkly icicles and dusted in shimmery snowflakes, this frosted birthday tent is quite literally Queen Elsa’s ice castle come true! Don’t miss the incredible Anna, Elsa and Olaf cookies from You Can Call Me Sweetie + one of the most beautiful winter cakes I’ve ever seen from Cakes by R.C.. You’ll also find a a sparkly sleigh photo booth, chic white lounge areas, and lots more fabulous, movie-inspired details, all beautifully captured by Alan Phillip.
P.S. If you missed it see PART 1 featuring Emily’s Frozen Fever Salon & a “Do you wanna build a snowman?” activity.
PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:
Intricate snowflake embellished sweets in pretty pastel hues from the talented O Pop By Angie
Olaf, Elsa & Anna cookies + AMAZING frozen castle topped snowflake cake
Frosty white lounge furniture, teal table linens and silver sequin accent pillows and chair covers
Jumbo white balloons, fluffy pink + white trees and custom snowflake decal flooring
Winter wonderland sleigh photo booth with big sparkly snowflakes and white silhouette trees
PARTY DETAILS, as told by Laila…
Emily turned four this year and her parents wanted to throw her a Frozen party. They gave me freedom to design, the only thing that was completely clear is that they wanted a traditional Frozen party that was frosty and white. From the beginning we agreed that an air conditioned tent in their backyard would be the perfect space to host the celebration. With the help and talent of Johanna from Bambini Soiree we started piecing this celebration together!
We floored the tent and wrapped it with custom flooring designed between Johanna and I. I did want to bring in some elements of Frozen Fever so we decided to break the space into two, guests came in through Emily’s frozen fever salon and walked through a castle into the main space. I loved this celebration. It was an experience for each guest that was captured so beautifully by Alan Phillip.