How to Personalise a Birthday with Fabulous Partyware

Princess celebrated turning 4 very recently and she is now of an age where having a party is very important to her.  Having to personalise a birthday for an excited girl looked like it was going to be a challenge as we picked a very popular party venue.

We chose a soft play centre near our house to have her party at.  Eden Soft Play is one of our favourite places to visit.  It’s actually a church, but they have installed a soft play area and cafe too.  It’s a great space for children to play and brings a lot to the local community.  It has become very popular as a birthday party venue, and I really wanted to personalise a birthday for Princess so that it didn’t feel like ‘another party at Eden’.

How to Personalise a Birthday with Fabulous Partyware

Fabulous Partyware got in touch and asked if we would like to take a look at some of their party supplies and when I realised that they had a selection of Frozen items, I said yes straight away.  The Disney film has been a big hit in our house recently and Princess and I agreed that she would have a Frozen themed birthday party.

We gave all the guests the option of coming in fancy dress.  I don’t agree with making it compulsory and I don’t really think that you can for a children’s birthday party.  As we had a mixture of boys and girls coming along we told everyone there would be a Frozen theme but they were welcome to come in fancy dress of their choice if they wanted to take part.  Princess could not wait to show off her new Frozen Elsa dress that lit up and played ‘Let It Go!’  She was not going to be outshone by anyone at her own party with this outfit.

Frozen Elsa Dress

Fabulous Partyware supplied a selection of Frozen themed plates, cups, napkins, party favours and decorations.  It was all hands on deck to lay the table with all the party decorations and get it ready for when the guests arrived.

frozen plates

After an hour of play, it was time to gather up all the Frozen kids and sit them down for the party tea.  It was helpful that most of them were in fancy dress so they were easy to spot.  They took their seats and loved the cups and plates they were given.

I had had high hopes of baking a Frozen themed birthday cake for the party too.  It wasn’t going to be over ambitious.  There’s so many great designs on Pinterest and YouTube, but I really am not that skilled.

I was hoping for white chocolate icing and snowflake decorations though.  I did make a birthday cake, but my white chocolate mysteriously disappeared and no one has owned up to where it might have gone.  I was still pretty proud of myself for baking the cake as I really didn’t think I was that Mum who baked birthday cakes, but it turns out I can rustle something up.

birthday cake

The birthday cake made an appearance and Princess decided this was the moment that she was going to scream at the top of her voice.  I think all the fun and excitement of her Frozen themed birthday party had caught up with her and she was determined that no one was going to sing Happy Birthday.

We managed a chorus through her wails, as it is traditional after all.  I guess she was just exerting  her right to cry at her own birthday party, which is also completely acceptable.  Mental note to self, do not book the last party of the day as the kids, and especially the birthday girl, will be very tired!

Frozen party bag ideas

Shortly after, all the tired and well fed party goers headed off with their Frozen party bags filled with bubbles and other goodies and we were able to leave the cleaning up to someone else! That’s what I call a win when it comes to how to personalise a birthday party.

We were provided with a selection of items from Fabulous Partyware for inclusion in this post. 

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12 Comments

  1. April 19, 2016 / 7:12 pm

    Wow a dress that played “Let it go” I’ve never heard of that one. My daughter will be so impressed. Her Elsa dress doesn’t do anything! How boring is that? 😉 Btw, belated Happy Birthday to your Princess. x

  2. April 19, 2016 / 7:20 pm

    My girls are Frozen MAD!! They would love all of these things, what a fab party that looks! I’m dying to know who stole the white chocolate….!!
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  3. April 20, 2016 / 8:45 am

    This looks awesome. My eldest is Frozen obsessed. Her birthday isn’t until October but I am expecting it to be Frozen themed. I will trt to encourage her towards something (ANYTHING!!) else because if I have to see Elsa’s smug face on one more thing in my house I’ll go mad!

  4. April 20, 2016 / 4:14 pm

    I love the Princess Elsa dress and the personalized homeaware is so cute. It is clear that your girlie loves Frozen!
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  5. Fi Ni Neachtain
    April 21, 2016 / 8:53 am

    That party wear is lovely, as is the Elsa dress – so perfect for a little princess. I showed my son Frozen but he wasn’t interested at all!

  6. April 21, 2016 / 7:56 pm

    My boy turns 4 next week, its been a busy month so we still havent decided on a theme these look great!
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  7. April 22, 2016 / 3:06 pm

    This looks fantastic!! We did a Frozen Theme for Bella’s 4th birthday too!! She loved it!! I think the partyware is great!! It looks beautiful!! Well done with organising it!! Love the dress and little Elsa doll!! 🙂 xx
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