My daughter is obsessed with rainbows. And unicorns. And her birthday is on Halloween. I wanted to incorporate all of that into one party theme…. and this is what I came up with.
Rainbow slush. So good!
Cupcake stand decorated with rainbow ribbon. Even the cupcake wrappers are rainbow colors!
We started out decorating trick or treat bags with rainbow stickers and markers. Once they finished that, they could work on making a rainbow fruit loop necklace.
While the kids worked, the adults mingled. I am still shocked at all the people we fit into our house!
Once the kids were done with their bags, Aaron read them the story “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”. Its a tradition to incorporate storytime into Boo’s birthday parties. I pick out the book- and Daddy reads it!
In the basement, we had unicorn races. I made my own stick horses using socks and a broomstick and added a foam cone to make it a unicorn.
We also played with a colorful parachute and rainbow balls. The kids had a riot with this activity!
Our culmintating activity was rainbow trick or treating. We have 6 doors upstairs that I decorated with tissue paper. Luckily I had some awesome volunteers who stood behind each door and passed out candy that was the same color as the door.
Happy Teaching! And Happy Party Planning! 🙂