This Ice Age birthday party was part of a sponsored collaboration with Disney+. All opinions are my own. The new The Ice Age: Adventures of Buck Wild movie came out last weekend on Disney+. They invited me to throw a watch party, and I realized this would be such a fun birthday party theme for any kid that loves the Ice Age movies. If your child loves Ice Age, here are some ideas on how to create the perfect Ice Age birthday party. Ice Age Birthday Party Supplies To start, you're going to want to get as many Ice Age-themed birthday supplies as you can. I was very lucky that Disney+ sent me several items, including a stack of movie posters. With those posters, I created an entire wall of posters that almost looked like Ice Age wallpaper. I flanked the posters with the blue curtain I have listed below. For the table set up, the star is the snow cone maker. You'll also need snow cone holders and syrups for flavor. My kids were so thrilled with their snow cones. It was definitely the highlight of the party to get to enjoy homemade snow cones with whichever flavors they wanted. I decorated the table with a simple blue plastic table cloth along with matching plates and napkins. I've also linked to the serving plates and serving utensils I used for the food. Another fun decorating touch was the little acorn-shaped lights. It brings in the theme of the movie in an unexpected way. I also had several Ice Age stuffed animals and also little plastic figurines to display around the table and the house. The Disney+ team provided me with cute Ice Age pillows, which was a nice touch for the movie-watching experience. Although I don't see a similar graphic to purchase, I do see there are Ice Age patches and iron-ons for sale, if you want to make your own pillows. Balloon Arch Blue Curtain Ice Age Stuffed Animals Ice Age Figurines Acorn Lights Snow Cone Maker Snow Cone Holders Plates & Napkins Snow Cone Syrups Table Cloth Serving Utensils Serving Plates Ice Age Posters (similar): 1; 2; 3; 4 Invitations 1; 2 Ice Age Food Ideas For the food, I actually just served my kids' favorites. However, there are a lot of fun ways you can have Ice Age-themed foods too. I personally haven't made any of these recipes, but I think these would all be fun additions to your Ice Age birthday party. All of these recipes also seem pretty easy and also kid-friendly. Sid the Sloth Cookies Cupcake Toppers; Cupcake Figurines Popcorn Snowballs Snowflake Cheese and Crackers (use these cutters to cut out snowflake-shaped cheese) Blue Ice Jello Acorn Candy Cookies Overall, my kids loved our Ice Age-themed party. They had so much fun watching the new movie and especially loved the snow cones. If you're looking for other birthday party ideas, click here.