For my daughter’s pancake breakfast, we made up a ton of pancakes before the part started, kept them warm in the oven, then when it was time to eat, the kids could top their pancakes with any of the fun toppings we provided.
I made this rainbow pancake cake by using regular cake mix, adding food coloring, and then cooking it on a griddle, just like you would pancakes.
Cake pops are always a cute addition to any party, but they are time consuming and difficult to make. I took the easy way out… Continue reading
I used a vase I already had, put in some green floral foam, then covered the top of the foam with skittles, so the foam wouldn’t show. Continue reading
These are simply striped paper straws, which I found on Amazon, with a scalloped circle (cut out with my Cricut), then a printed 5 glued on. Continue reading
The party hats were one of the most time consuming crafts that I did for the birthday party, but they also made the biggest impact at the party. Continue reading
This simple birthday poster is something you can create in Microsoft Word or any other word processor. Continue reading
We wanted everyone to take home a bag of party favors, and I liked the idea of putting each child’s name on their own bag to thank them personally for coming to our party. Continue reading
At a rainbow party, we needed rainbow candy, and nothing helps you “Taste the Rainbow” like Skittles. Continue reading
This Happy Birthday Banner was made for a girl’s rainbow party, but they would be right at home in a circus party, or even a medieval, knights-and-princesses or castle theme. Continue reading