So, you are thinking about throwing a rainbow birthday party for your child. Don’t do it! OK, I am kidding. It can be a lot of work to put together but you don’t have to use all the rainbow party ideas presented here. You can just pick one or two that seem more doable. Or you could do everything. Whether you stay simple or go elaborate, one thing is for sure: the bright colors will automatically bring a smile to your child’s face. And that’s really what it’s all about isn’t it?
Here are some of the different things we did for our rainbow party. If there is a link then it means I also have a blog post that explains the how-to aspect.
We had a sweets table at our party and I made sure to have plenty of candy on hand. I tried to buy candy that was colorful and then sort it by color to make more of an impact. I found some glass jars (the type pretzel sticks might come in) a few months ago at a yard sale and used those to display the goodies. For the day of the party I added some scoops I found in the kitchen section at Target.
Click here for free rainbow party printables like the ones we used.
I ordered some rainbow colored plastic bags from Oriental Trading and they worked out perfectly especially after we added our stickers. To print out these stickers for yourself click here.