She wanted a rainbow pony unicorn party. We compromised.
Pink Princess Cakes
Paint brush Pretzels and Rainbow Chips Ahoy
We had hot dogs (because kids love hot dogs and they are super easy!)
(you see what I did there? a rainbow of condiments)
We also had a rainbow fruit tray and veggie tray.
For the kid's cupcakes, I got little pallets and set out a rainbow of sprinkles and plain frosted cupcakes.
Kids loved decorating their own.
I didnt get a picture, but we also had Scribblers popcicles instead of ice cream.
And to drink:
(get it colorless watercolors?)
Besides the cupcake decorating, we had other artistic activities.
The table runners on the tables were blank papers and the centerpieces were buckets of crayons and markers.
As each kid arrived, they picked an apron to wear and keep.
(there were 2 of each color lined up in rainbow order)
We had 3 easels, 3 had paint and 2 had chalk on the back sides.
Once the aprons were gone/moved over, we hung paintings to dry.
The aerial view of the room:
You can sort of see the food table back drop in this picture, the paint splatter table clothes were only big enough for the top of the table, so I did a rainbow effect of solid colored table clothes on the fronts. Behind the table is a crepe paper rainbow backdrop.
I just realized I took more pictures of the decorations, but I need to upload them.