Frozen fever lives on! For Zoe's birthday party, her mother wanted to give her a Winter wonderland soiree so Zoe would have a chance to wear her Elsa costume. To get into the Frozen spirit, there were icy blue linens with mirrors and crystal candleholders. Large white tree branches added a minimalist touch and matched the pile of fake snow on the table. While the decor gave a huge nod to the Disney film, the food was also Frozen-inspired. Guests munched on treats such as white chocolate strawberries, melted Olaf yogurt and mini burgers (with snowflake-shaped cheese). Each guest also had their own cute glass bottles filled with blue snowball punch. What stole the show, however, was a beautiful two-tired, blue ombré rosette cake topped with adorable Frozen characters.
Zoe and her friends were also able to make Olaf using edible props like bags of marshmallows, pretzels, and chocolate chips. To top it all off, guests played in a bouncy house to get rid of all their energy. Zoe glowed in her royal Elsa gown, and at the end of the party, her mother shared one little secret that makes birthdays even more special. She said, "Zoe only opens one gift at the party (if any — many times it's after the party). And then she opens one gift a day until they are all gone." The reason, the mom explained, is so Zoe isn't in a rush to open all of her presents, and she gets to enjoy each one and look forward to opening more as the weeks go on. Read on to see how any parent can re-create this magical birthday bash, and then let us know if you've ever thrown together a Frozen party!