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Disney’s Frozen 2: So Cold, It’s Hot!

Disney’s Frozen 2: So Cold, It’s Hot!

Little girls just can’t “Let it Go.” Even though the original Disney Frozen movie came out more than 6 years ago, it has remained a top choice of birthday party themes for little girls everywhere. Now, with the opening of Disney’s Frozen 2, the number of requests we’re getting for Frozen birthday parties is out of this kingdom!

Moms love our Girly Girlz party packages because we do all of the work – invitations, chasing down RSVPs, glam, activities, food, goody bags – so all you have to do, Mom, is enjoy watching your little princess and her friends have the time of their lives. We even include a real-live Elsa character or Anna character!

But for moms who want to host a Frozen 2 party at home, here are some tips to make it extra special:

Invitations: Make it easy on yourself with a Frozen-themed Evite or go the traditional route with pretty printed invites like this.

Décor: A Frozen-themed atmosphere is critical to creating the magic. Check out this party pack from Target or check out these super creative items from other moms like you!

Activities: Treat your girly and her friends to a posh princess pampering session. Girly Girlz On the Go!, our mobile glam party, will come to your home to do all the girls’ hair like Queen Elsa or Princess Anna, plus their make-up and nails too! We even bring along a Frozen-themed craft for the girlies to do. A perfect way to keep the girls entertained during the party.

Food & Drinks: Olaf Cookies, Sven Marshmallow Pops, blue ice cubes – you can have so much fun with Frozen 2 themed food!

Party Favors: With the Girly Girlz On the Go! mobile glam session, goody bags are included! Or if you want to put together your own take-home memories for your girly’s guests, check out this adorable Frozen 2 locket, sparkly blue jewel set, or these magical princess wands.

With all these ideas and tips, you are ready to host the most fabulous Frozen party ever! It’s never too early to start the planning, so contact Girly Girlz to help you create the party of her dreams: GirlyGirlzAZ.com.





Inspirational Women of North Scottsdale (North Scottsdale Lifestyles Magazine)

Bold, daring and dedicated, these community leaders know how to make a difference.

fter many years spent working in the corporate world, Melissa Fink was ready for a change. The business woman and busy mom of two boys wanted to do something where she could have an impact on others, so she set her sights on her hometown of Scottsdale; and came across Girly Girlz, which was currently for sale.

Now approaching her one-year anniversary as owner of the store, Fink has a lot to celebrate. And there is truly no better place to celebrate than Girly Girlz, as the store offers a bevy of entertainment options, from all inclusive birthday parties to private tea parties, day camps and more.

However, the road to successful business ownership wasn’t always easy. In 2004, Fink lost her sister in a drunk driving accident. The news was devastating, but Fink persevered and made it her mission to instill some of her sister’s vibrant spirit into Girly Girlz.

Then in 2009, only a few days after having her first child, Fink suffered a stroke and had to learn how to walk again. It was a trying time emotionally, mentally and physically, yet she was still determined to make it through.

“I have always believed that if you have hope, and you work really hard and keep a good attitude, things will get better,” says Fink.

And they did. With Girly Girlz running at full capacity, Fink finds joy in having the opportunity to brighten the lives of other children, as well as teach her own children the value of hard work.

“It is important for me to have my sons see a strong woman, and a woman owning her own business,” says Fink. “To know what it’s like to have a good work ethic and take ownership of something.”



Of course I would have to say my mom. Because as a mom, she has influenced me on how important it is to not only be hands-on in my kids’ lives, but also how to raise independent adults.


“What doesn’t kill you makes to you stronger.” -DA