Like most kids (and parents), our family is obsessed with Disney's Frozen. We love how the main characters, Elsa and Anna, are sisters and the message of the movie is love overcomes evil. That's why I was so thrilled to be asked by to write a guest post about their new Frozen costumes. IMG_4806

When the costumes came to our door, my four year old girls couldn't wait to open the box. I got major cool mom points when they saw that the box contained both Elsa and Anna costumes. Since the girls are twins, they get to play pretend with Adeline being Elsa and Maralee being Anna. Don't they look just precious?


These costumes fit true to size. My girls are petite but the 4T size was just right, with room to grow. Maralee has already picked Anna's Coronation Dress to wear around the house daily and she twirls around in it singing "Love is an Open Door." Adeline adorns her dress and blue "Let It Go" microphone from her birthday party to sing the movie's famous tune.



We are super excited to have these costumes for Halloween and our upcoming trip to Disney World where we hope to "meet" Anna and Elsa. These costumes bring magic into our everyday activities and I love watching my girls use their imaginations as Anna and Elsa (we might need to find little Ridley an Olaf costume!).


As a mom, my shopping experience with was very pleasant. They had both costumes in the size that I needed, the costumes are affordable, and they were shipped in a timely manner. I love that I didn't have to be the first in line at the store and that I could order them online. In fact, Maralee (my tech-savvy child) helped me pick out her Anna outfit on the computer and after we ordered it, she would ask for me to pull up the link, just so she could look at it. I'll definitely use again for future purchases.


I wish I had these costumes back in April for their Frozen birthday party. The girls had such a good time playing with all of their friends in the "melted ice" and decorating for the party was super fun. Here are ten of my must-have's for a Frozen Birthday Party.

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1. Frozen costumes from

What little girl doesn't want Anna and Elsa costumes for their birthday? Purchase them from


2. Free Frozen printables

Pinterest has tons of free Frozen printables so no need to have them custom made!


3. Frozen party supplies

Party City had plates, napkins, tablecloths and Frozen themed balloons for a really affordable price.


4. Anna and Elsa cakes

Cake Charisma in Dothan, Al




5. Olaf Cookies



6. Ice Wands

Just dip pretzel sticks in white chocolate then roll them in some blue sprinkles.


7. Reindeer Food

For the Sven's - this granola is made out of Quaker Oatmeal Squares and dried oats, pecans, dried cranberries, and honey.


8. Melted Snow Water Bottles & Straws

These were gone way too fast in the hot Alabama heat! Again, the printable was free!


9. Let It Go microphones

It's amazing what you can do with a hot glue gun, black spray paint, and paper supplies from Hobby Lobby.


10. Bubble Wand Party Favors

Did I mention how much I loved the free printables? They were perfect on these $1 Bubble Wands from Target as party favors!



Hope you enjoyed these great party ideas for your child's Frozen birthday party!



Till next time, let your light shine!

Blessings, christen