The Princess has had birthday parties featuring Blue's Clues, Tinkerbell, and Fancy Nancy. I've featured some of those cakes in a past post (that post also, weirdly, features Ilana and Mommy Shorts. I don't only blog about her, I promise. That would be creepy, right? Ilana? Would that creep you out? It would, right? OK I'll find another topic).
Today I'm going to share with you the greatest little girl party theme of all time: Unicorns and Rainbows.
|I'm starting with the best part: rainbow cupcakes.|
Those are sour Airheads, if you were wondering (you know you were). Simple, adorable.
|Unicorns. And rainbows.|
|Unicorn coloring table. I just Googled "unicorn coloring pages" and printed out a bunch. |
I do this for pretty much every single birthday party I throw.
Cheapest craft project ever and the kids love it.
|The birthday girl and her BFF.|
|Eating jelly beans! And coloring! And eating jelly beans!|
(Also? Did I mention? JELLY BEANS!)
(It's common knowledge that unicorns love jelly beans.)
|The cupcakes on their stand. Should have probably dressed up the stand a little.|
|A little free play time.|
|"See? This is the unicorn's horn. You throw the ring on the horn."|
|That's one way to do it.|
|Pin the horn on the unicorn party game. Bought it at Oriental Trading, I believe.|
|I won't name names, but #7 cheated.|
|It's...a DOUBLE RAINBOW.|
(Oh, you knew it was coming.)
|I wish this one still had the candy rainbow on top, it's such a great photo otherwise.|
|Oh, go on and hit your "Pin It" button. You know you want to.|