Rainbow Birthday Party

In preparation for the Rainbow Party Google was my friend.  I don’t know what people did before Google came along (people might have actually had to think for themselves!) but not me!

I found these fantastic free printables that went perfectly with our rainbow theme from PaperGlitter.  I also found instructions here at the Martha Stewart site to make pom poms, which we adapted to make rainbow pom poms.

So in the weeks prior to Miss 6’s birthday we prepared the invitations, loot bags,  decorations and bought the yummy food.  We also prepared a craft activity instead of party games.

Play dough daughter and I made for the loot bags

P's 6th Birthday

Inside the goodie bags: Play dough, rainbow ribbons, stickers and a few lollies

P's 6th Birthday

The loot bags

P's 6th Birthday

Rainbow fruit kebabs

Rainbow Fruit Kebabs

Rainbow Jelly

Rainbow Jelly

Rainbow Lollies

Rainbow Lollies

Pom Poms

Rainbow Pom Poms

The Table

P's 6th Birthday

I also found some rainbow paper which I laminated and made into placemats for the kids to take home.

Waiting for visitors

P's 6th Birthday

Fairy Bread

Fairy Bread

Enjoying the food

P's 6th Birthday

P's 6th Birthday
Craft Time, the kids made rainbows from tissue paper and cotton balls.

P's 6th Birthday
Cake Time!

That is my husbands arm, mine is not that hairy 😉 I am as always behind the camera!

The cake is cut

Rainbow Cake Cut

Slice of rainbow cake

Sliced
Sliced

4 Comments Rainbow Birthday Party

  1. Nessy July 11, 2011 at 8:43 PM

    I literally gasped at that birthday cake! Amazing, well done on a perfect celebration xx

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    1. admin July 11, 2011 at 9:03 PM

      Oh thank you. They had a lovely time.

      Reply
  2. Cortney April 16, 2014 at 4:37 AM

    I love everything you did for this party. You are one creative mom. May I ask, what kind of containers did you use for the play dough and where did you get them.

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    1. Nicole Hastings April 16, 2014 at 3:24 PM

      Thank you Cortney, I honestly can’t remember where I got the containers, but I doubt I would have spent much on them at all, may have been a craft supply shop or just a cheap $2 shop perhaps, sorry I haven’t been much help!

      Reply

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