Little Rainbow Party

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I was inspired by this beautiful wooden rainbow stacking toy to create a simple rainbow party! Nope, no buckets of crazy colored buttercream or tie-dye cupcake insides or layers of coloured cake here! Just some lovely vanilla cupcakes with vanilla buttercream, dressed to impress in every-colour-of-the-rainbow cupcake liners and fashioned with colourful flags.

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Children's parties needn't always be jacked to the nines! All you need is a selection (even three different colours!) of cupcake liners, a few rolls of Japanese washi tape and the cutest inspiration: your baby's own toys. 

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You can even use those coloured cupcake liners to make a very cute and very easy festive garland, as I wrote about here - the striped liners with the white centers work great because they look like stripey little starbursts. Simply open cupcake liners flat, and use clear tape to adhere them to a few feet of string! 

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And yes… you can have a cupcake! Two, even!

Thank you to Land of Nod for sending me the rainbow stacking toy and alphabet letters! 

by Lyndsay Sung of Coco Cake Land

  • http://lipstickandsoda.blogspot.be Liese | lipstickandsoda

    so cute, thanks for sharing!

  • Kati A

    Another simple rainbow party idea that I love is rainbow fruit kabobs. Pick a favorite fruit of each color and thread pieces onto skewers…simple, healthy, tasty & pretty!

  • http://gogreenorgohome-poetryman.blogspot.com/2013/05/rainbow-gifts.html Zed Power

    cool rainbow party

  • http://www.cococakecupcakes.blogspot.ca lyndsay

    hey thanks liese!

    kati, totally awesome idea – i love simple!! ^__^

    thanks zed power!

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