In case you’re wanting to throw a rainbow party, here’s some of the things we did to put together a fun rainbow party for Emden’s third birthday.
I made this invitation using Photoshop and then saved it as a 4×6 .jpeg file and had it printed off as a picture for 9 cents at Walmart.
Balloons are always a must at our parties, and luckily, the balloon fairy always brings balloons for the party the night before. Somehow, she always knows the colors of the party too!
Rylan loves to decorate for the party, so he went the extra mile and drew some rainbows on balloons!
Again, it’s always great when you’re able to let the kids help. Rylan made a LEGO rainbow so we put it on the table and he was so proud!
Rainbow Party Favors
I found these rainbow bags at a garage sale for fifty cents. They worked perfectly for holding a rainbow of goodies for the kids including: Starbursts, Skittles, rainbow stickers, glow sticks, and fun dip.
Rainbow Themed Food
My kids are usually tatted up throughout the year, so when a special occasion comes around, we definitely go all out. Emden loved sporting all her new rainbow tattoos. We tat our kids up before the party and save some to put on the other kids during the party.
Rainbow Wrapping Paper
Carry the rainbow theme into the presents by finding rainbow wrapping paper or just brightly colored wrapping paper and gift bags. It makes for more festive pictures!
Rainbow Colored Dress
I always try to match our clothes to the color scheme of the party. I don’t tend to buy anything unless it’s only a couple of dollars. Emden already had a rainbow shirt, which is how I decided her party theme and the rest of us just wore bright colors. I found my shirt for just $5 and knew I would wear it afterwards since I love color! Oh, and the headband for Emden I made!
What other rainbow party ideas do you have that I missed?
Here are some other parties of mine you might want to check out: