First of all the invites:
Aren't they so cute? I got the base from paperglitter and then I bough the ribbon from hobby lobby and just punched holes in the side and tied a knot with each ribbon color, totally cheap, easy and cute. That is my style!
Next, the party favors
Again, I got the tags from paperglitter, the bags are just regular brown paper lunch bags and the cute rainbow ribbon from hobby lobby. I filled each bag with pops, sparklers, water balloons, a bouncy ball, and a few airheads candy. We were meeting at 7:00 PM, having cake and ice cream and opening presents, I knew there would be leftover time before the fireworks started and since we only invited family, there would be cousins, who vary in age from 14-3, so I tried to get stuff that would appeal to all of them and give them stuff to do while waiting for fireworks to start. It worked, they had a blast with the water balloons and the adults all got involved too, we had ourselves a full fledged water fight!
Next, the water bottles
These again are from paperglitter they have tons of free printables for a rainbow party and any other party. So fun!
And last, but not least, the cake, the thing that inspired this whole party in the first place. . .
|The big cake|
|And the mini cake for my sweet 1-year old.|
I got the basic ideas for the cake at family fun it is a super simple idea, but turns out so cute, plus the kids really love it. I used rainbow batter for the inside of the cake as seen on our rainbow cupcakes. It was a hit!
|Happy Birthday, my sweet Annabelle!|