Real-Life Rainbow Birthday Party
Theme submitted by Andy and Laura, Iowa
What could be more cheerful for a birthday celebration than bright and fun colors?
Below are my favorite ideas and I hope you like them as much as I do. Thank you to Andy and Laura
for allowing us to share this fun theme.Rainbow decor
One of my favorite way to decorate for any party is using tissue paper poms. They are inexpensive and pack a punch. You can find rainbow shades of tissue paper at the dollar store and create a variety of rainbow color poms to put on tables, hang from ceilings and scatter around the floor. You can also find rainbow leis that guests could wear. (Learn to make tissue paper poms at Karen at Home
Now this cake makes a statement. Create a special cake with all the rainbow colors. It's not difficult to make but definitely takes a little more time. But when you see all the guests' eyes light up when the cake is cut, you'll agree that it is worth it. (Learn to make your own rainbow cake at One Charming Party
You can never have too many desserts, in my opinion. Create these fun rainbow slice and bake cookies for a twist on the traditional. (Learn how to make rainbow slice and bake cookies at Good Life Eats
You can't only eat cake. This healthier treat even plays into the rainbow theme. Use colorful fruits such as strawberries, pineapple, grapes, blueberries and oranges to create a rainbow on a stick. These simple fruit skewers are placed in rainbow order. The details are the best parts!
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