Clockwise from the top left: Target Favor Bags ($2), Walmart tableware for 10 ($8), Michaels foam snowflakes ($2), Tinsel ($1), Michaels glitter letters ($3), Michaels Christmas tree on clearance ($5), Walmart cup, snowflake boxes and ornament ($3), Michaels wooden 5, gems and cupcake liners ($3), Michaels wooden frame ($2), Etsy food labels ($2), and Michaels scrapbook paper ($1).
I had never done hot chocolate in a crock pot before, but I used this great recipe. Everyone enjoyed their hot chocolate. I decorated around the crock pot with some leftover stuffing I had in my basement to resemble snow. I purchased a set of paper cups from Target and added everyone's name to the sleeve for the cups with stickers. I used printable food labels purchased on sale from Etsy for $1.50.
I wrapped the whipped cream with a piece of scrapbook paper. I had cinnamon sticks, peppermint patties and snowman marshmallows for toppings as well.
I wrapped small Gatorade bottles in scrapbook paper for a more Frozen look and called it melted snow. Wynn said that this was the "Frozen" colored Gatorade.
Food Cost for a party with 9 people (which includes Wynn): $65. The cupcakes were purchased from Wal-Mart, and added some edible snowflakes I purchased on Etsy. The total cost for this party was $97, it was $28 below my budget. I will be sharing the party favors tomorrow.
The birthday girl had a great time!