Rook No. 17: recipes, crafts & creative nesting · Mar 24, 2014

Movie Ticket Style FROZEN Party Invitations (Free download) and 20+ Ideas for the Ultimate Frozen Party!

My family has completely fallen for Disney's Frozen. It seems as though every household in the land has been similarly frostbitten.
Frozen These = My Inspiration
I've enjoyed reading comments and getting emails thanking me for the LEGO Movie party invitation template that I shared in January. It's nice to know that many families have enjoyed using the invites for their own celebrations.

I figured that with the popularity of Frozen, there are bound to be a lot of Frozen-inspired parties in the works these days. So, I put together a trio of Frozen Movie Theater Style Invitations that can be downloaded for free, personalized and printed.
Step 1: Click on the invitation you want and download directly from my Photobucket.

Step 2: Use a photo editing program like Picasa (free online) PicMonkey (free online) or the one you're comfortable using to add text.
Here are the names of the fonts I used:
  • Arial Bold (for the "VIP" and other block text)
  • Digital-7 (for Day, Time and Month)
  • Marcelle Script (for the birthday party line)
  • OCRATTRegular (for the rest of the details)

Step 3: Print. You have two choices. These invitations are formatted to be automatically centered on a 4x6 photo. This makes them easy to upload to a photo service (I use Costco) and have 4x6 prints made. You will get one invitation per print and will have to trim away the left and right white margins. You can also print at home. If you use your photo editing software to crop off the left and right margins, you can print the images (maintaining the 6" height) 3 to a sheet of glossy photo paper.



Update: I've added templates for printable envelopes. They are in PDF format. Click on the desired style to download from Google Drive. Print on heavy stock. Cut out. Fold along all the lines. Apply glue to the flaps, then fold.
The color looks distorted on the previews, but the actual documents are fine.


Now it's time to plan all those special details that will make your party truly memorable.
Get inspired with these ideas from some of my favorite bloggers:
This DIY STYROFOAM™ Olaf the Snowman would make the perfect centerpiece! from Crafts n' Coffee
Here's a fabulous favor idea: Snowman Hot Cocoa Kits from 504 Main
A treasure trove of creative ideas in this Frozen Play Date Party from Reasons to Skip the Housework

Imagine the birthday girl in one of these beautiful Frozen Inspired Dresses: Anna or Elsa from Seven Thirty Three
A frugal Frozen favor idea: Frozen Kids Bookmarks from Seven Thirty Three
Clever Frozen Themed Party Food Ideas from the Frozen Breakfast Surprise Party at Mom Endeavors

Frozen Party Foods and Activities
from Desert Chica Ramblings
Lots of Free Frozen Crafts & Coloring Pages from Mom Endeavors
Here's a fun idea that doubles for an activity and a take-home: Olaf in a Snowstorm (in a bottle) from 30 Minute Crafts
Learn to make an Olaf Gift Tag or Name Tag with Summer Scraps
These "Some Friends Are Worth Melting For" Valentine's would make perfect thank-you cards from Desert Chica Ramblings

Lots of delicious and clever Frozen party treats
including these Popcorn Snowballs
at I'm Topsy Turvy

A whole party's worth of great ideas
including this "Olaf Creation Station"
from My Insanity

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