1. My awesome sister-in-law sent me this photo of an amazing rainbow cake – it’s a Duff Tie Died Cake Mix cake.
For a fantastic step by step guide on how to make one, check this out!
2. Here is a fantastic visual of how to create this rainbow look, step-by-step. Again, the link to this from Pinterest is not working and I don’t know who to credit.
3. Here’s another great idea for a rainbow cake and I love the little flags around the outside. Source.
I love easy decorations, so here a few ideas:
1. This would make a fantastic centrepiece for a rainbow themed party or for any birthday, simply by putting the correct age into the jar first and filling up with M&Ms, Smarties or Skittles. Source.
2. This awesome rainbow balloon wall would be a fantastic addition to any party. You could also hide things in the balloons to find when popping, or use the balloons as a part of a party game later in the day. Source.
Or from the same source:
3. Here’s a tutorial to create this cute rainbow cloud garland.
4. I love the combo of pom poms and balloons, and having the staircase helps to create that rainbow progression too. However, this could easily be recreated on a string, along a window frame or across a patio. Source.
5. I love the table runner – this could easily be replicated by sewing together different coloured strips of fabric onto one backing piece. I’m loving the umbrellas too! Source.
6. This cute ribbon garland just screams festive fun! You could add even more colours to it if you wanted to, or use red, white and blue streamers only for a 4th July or Australia Day feel. Source.
7. I love the decorations here, especially the colourful cups and plates they’ve used. Mind you, I don’t know about washing up after a party… lol Here’s the source.
Rainbow Cupcakes and Snacks
1. This has to be one of my all time favourite cupcake ideas! Relatively simple to do but so effective. Source.
2. Here’s a great for making mini rainbow cakes and a how-to guide that would be easy enough to bake with the kids. Source.