The Princess and The Frog Party Ideas

by Linette

The Princess and The Frog is premiering in theaters on December 11th. It’s the latest of the Disney Princess movies, so of course it promises to be a big hit with little girls everywhere.

I wanted to put together a quick roundup of ideas in case you were planning a Disney Princess and The Frog party for your little prince or princess.

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First up I made these really easy frog cupcakes this morning. I just used a regular cupcake, some green frosting, 2 white chocolate melts, and a little black decorator icing. The frog cupcakes were super simple to make. I iced the cupcake with the green icing, then used the white chocolate candy melts for the eyes and dots of black icing for the center of the eyes and the frogs nose.

There are some really cute Princess and the Frog Party Supplies, I love the purples and greens together, you can do so much with that for decorating. Add in some white frosting (which should be easy to find this time of year), and you’ll have an adorable party set up.
Princess and the Frog Deluxe Party Pack

The Princess and the Frog party game ideas:

  • Play lily pad freeze tag. If you can get outdoors make two giant lily pads from green poster board. Set up boundaries, and have someone be it. The lily pads can be the base. The person who’s it tries to freeze as many kids as they can. The others try to unfreeze them, and keep from getting frozen themselves.
  • Play a lily pad version of musical chairs. Cut several lily pads out of large construction paper, or poster board and put them in an oval shape (pretend they were the chairs if you were playing musical chairs), or you can tape the lily pads to the seat of the chairs. When the music stops anyone left without a lily pad is out.
  • Use a stuffed frog to play a froggy version of hot potato. Let the kids toss the frog around, and when the music stops the child left holding the frog is out of the game.

I’ll be back tomorrow with a frog hat we’re putting together that would be really cute for all your party goers.

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Kerri March 22, 2010 - 2:06 pm

I love the frog cupcake idea! My son has a birthday in about a week and I would like to make these. Can you explain how you did the green icing? How did you get it so dark and to go on so smoothly? recipe for icing?

Thanks so much!

Linette March 22, 2010 - 2:30 pm

Kerri~ I used Betty Crocker’s Cookie Decorating Icing it comes in a tube, and you can find it in the cake decorating aisle at most grocery stores. Sorry it’s not some super secret recipe!

Snekcip March 23, 2010 - 4:30 pm

My 3yr old is having a P&F bday this weekend! I was disappointed on the FEW things I found for this theme! I improvised and found TONS of CLEARANCED items from Valentine’s day, and cute GREEN things from TARGET 1.00 bin w/frog stuff! Plus found some cute GREEN FELT BERETS for my “frogs” to wear at the party! They were CLEARANCED St Patrick’s day items! We just carefully pulled of the shamrocks and added “googly eyes” and a red felt tongue and VOILA!!! I also found a cute site w/affordable GREEN tiaras and tutu’s! My husband and I are wearing KERMIT shirts! I was STOMPED on games, so this should be helpful!!

pinknailsorfairytales August 5, 2010 - 6:27 pm

Princess and the Frog 8th Birthday Party!
I really wanted to go out WAAAAY out for my daughter’s 8th Birthday. I knew this would be her last year being a Disney Princess because she grew out of this stage. So I planned a theme party around the movie.

I blew up pictures of different scenes of the movie and had different area’s in my backyard creating stations. I created these centerpieces using posters, glued to cardboard adding tulle/glitter to create a magical flowing dress that stood on all the tables.

One station was a cooking area, Tiana (Disney Princess) poster was blown up with her in the diner where she worked. I had a table pushed against the fence and made an oning out of cardboard for shade. We had a table under the oning with small pots and pans, rolling pins, dry assorted pasta shapes, play dough and 4 giant flour balls ready for the kids to dig in and create their favorite dish and present it to the Birthday Girl. I also had a giant pot that sat on the table with Dry Ice in it that bubbled and foamed over the cooking station – It was AWESOME! At the end we had a prize for the best plate presented to my daughter for judging.

Second station was Make up and Dress Up. We had assorted color boa’s, jewerly, hair clips with color hair, and make up. Mirrors was nailed to the fence, The children LOVED IT! The 6 boys that came had a field day putting tattoo’s all over their body, drawing a mustache on their face.

Third station was Activities, such as bubbles, hula hoops and just out door fun items.

My centerpieces were posters of different Princess and the Frog characters, glued to cardboard adding tulle/glitter to create a magical flowing dress that stood on all the tables sparkling.

Favors passed out were Princess and the Frog “COOKBOOKS” handed out at the end to all the kid. We copy kids recipes from other cook books and decorated them with stickers from the movie princess and the frog.

Our backyard trees had little blown up colorful balloons that hung from curly ribbon tied to each branch with giant lolly pops next to them also hanging. Very cute!

We had balloon arches the filled the back yard on all four sides. I made a cupcake stand out of cardboard and covered the 3 tier boxes with purple & lime green fabric and placed all 30 cupcakes on the tiers. I also made my own picks from the computer that had all the characters on each cupcake on it hot glued to a tooth pick.

My daughter had the BEST Princess and the Frog Party EVER that she will always remember.


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