Frozen Themed Quinceanera

Rebecca Ramos

Become the princess of Arendale on your big night by having a Frozen themed party! Create your own winter wonderland.

The Dress

Pick a dress that is cool ice blue. You can either do a dress with a lot of rhinestones that sparkle in the light or something that shimmers like snow. If you are getting your dress custom made, add a little extra touch by asking to put little snowflakes. If you want something that is not like your traditional dress, get a slimming dress like Elsa’s.

The Cake and Desserts

Get a beautiful cake dusted in sparkle and snowflakes. Have your name or a 15 made to look like icicles’. If you are having other deserts, try to go with a lot of chocolate to be in the theme. These two sisters love chocolate!

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Hair

Have your hair tousled in big curls to the side or have a cute Elsa side braid. Make your hair shimmer by adding glitter hairspray or add rhinestone snowflake clips.

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Decorations

Feel like you are a part of a different world at your Quince. Decorate your party using tree branches, icicles, and twinkling lights. Even add some fake snow! Have your guests feel like they are stepping into Elsa’s ice castle.

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Rebecca Ramos

Author Rebecca Ramos

Rebecca is 17 years old and was born in Los Angeles, California but moved to Las Vegas, Nevada when she was 8 years old. She is currently on her way to becoming a professional makeup artist and a writer. She is a competitive cheerleader for California All-Stars and competes all over the country for championship titles. She loves to be in front of the camera. She has modeled runway shows and acted in several plays. She is a graduate from BIH acting school. Rebecca is a very ambitious young lady. Her goal is to work in the Entertainment and beauty industry.

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