I know you want to. And I bet your little girls will love you for it! Here are ideas on how to pull off a Disney Frozen-themed Christmas that will make you and your daughters happy.
1. Get a white tree.
Only a white tree will do. Or you could spray paint your tree with fake snow and glitter and put lots of icicles and snowflake ornaments.
2. Decorate with a palette of white, silver, and aqua. You now have use for the leftover fabric from your daughter’s Queen Elsa Halloween costume!
3. Glitter, snowflakes, and other sparkly stuff everywhere! It’s not Frozen without the snowflakes and icicles, so use them with great abandon.
Fill a huge jar with white christmas balls, silver ornaments, and plastic snowflakes. You can also add icicles, white feathers, and sparkly white garlands.
Everyone has these votive candles lying around the house. Just stick some cut-out sparkly snowflakes on them and voila! Fancy Frozen votives!
Fake snow and reindeer. Why not?! Sven will love you for it.
Hang snowflakes and glittery balls from your dining room chandelier. Use various lengths of silver string, or ribbons for best effect.
4. To drive home the Frozen theme, you need to add a few touches of actual characters. Do this sparingly, and place them in unexpected areas so your home won’t look like a birthday party that got extended for an entire season.
I love Olaf! This one should be easy to assemble. Just get an apothecary jar, fill it with white sand and put your child’s favourite Frozen character in it. You can also add snowflakes and small ornaments.
5. Recreate the sparkly vines scene from the movie with fairy lights. Lots and lots of fairy lights.
Remember this scene? You can totally recreate that in your front yard! Get strings and strings of those garland lights (one color only, please) and let them hang from the branches of all your trees. Or you could choose to do one wall inside your home instead.Just imagine having this as a backdrop for your holiday table. It’s going to be gorgeous!
Do you have any more Frozen-themed ideas for the holidays? Do share!