I was lucky enough to help decorate a Frozen Fever Party for a friend of mine. I already shared the gift wrapping and handmade Olaf birthday card as well as the fabric scrap party bunting. Today, I want to share the budget friendly Frozen Fever Party Flower Centerpieces I made. I say “budget friendly” because I spent less than $40 for all of them.
I stopped at Armstrong Gardens a bought several different types of flowers. All of these were only about $13.00.
Then, at Target in the dollar bins, I found these cute Frozen themed metal pails and lunchboxes. The pails were only $1.00 each and the lunch boxes were $3.00 each.
Three days before the party, I replanted them one by one in the pails and lunch boxes and watered them.
These red flowers are Red Hot Sally Salvias. We hung one at the entrance of the party and attached Frozen Fever balloons.
These purple flowers are Telstar Purple Dianthus.
These pretty yellow flowers are Inca II Yellow Marigolds.
Lastly, the flowers I planted in the lunchboxes are Victoria Blue Salvias.
As you can see we placed them all along the party, on tables, the food table, and patio tables. The best part is that my friend and her daughters can plant them in their garden together after the party.
I can’t wait to show you the rest! But in case you missed it, check out my Frozen Fever gift wrapping and Olaf birthday card as well as the fabric scrap party bunting with Olaf ribbon I made. You can also check out the Frozen party that one of my best friends threw for her daughter.