The best thing about a party is getting together with friends and family. As long as you have a place to gather and good people surrounding you, you're sure to have a good time. But some of us love details, and if you are like me and like to add fun touches to your party, then read on. One of the easier things I did to personalize my twins' rainbow party was to make some rainbow party printables. If you are looking for more ideas don't miss our DIY Rainbow Party Ideas.
There are lots of great resources online for free printables, but nothing looked exactly like I was imagining for my rainbow party printables. So I asked my tech guy (hubby - not actually a tech guy) if he could whip something up for me. He did and I think they came out super cute. We used them on the food and candy table, on goodie bags and even for directing people around our place.
I have included free templates in Word format for you. The first is a basic directional sign that we used to direct guests to our side gate and to the restrooms. You'll be able to edit the text to fit your needs. The next file is a set of labels for goodie bags, which can be customized with your kid's name. There, we used some basic Avery 2"x4" mailing labels. Lastly, you'll find table tent cards that can also be cut out for decorating the jars. Click on the thumbnails below to get the editable Word documents.
I really hope these free rainbow party printables help you in your party planning! If you use these or like them, please pin them so others can find them too. Thanks!
Thank you for sharing all your ideas and design. This is helpful to me for my girls birthday. You made it easier for me! You are a blessing, superbly generous person!
THANKS SO HELPFUL
Lydia Criss Mays
So sweet. Ever-creative. Always thoughtful. Thank you!
Happy seeing beautiful!
School Sparks Renee
All of these look so adorable. Thanks for sharing. Renee
awww...they are super cute...so nice of you to share them with all of us....
all these details makes me crave more for a rainbow party for the li'l one's b'day..and we may use them..k?
thanks in advance