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Whimsical Backyard Rainbow First Birthday Party

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“Pop” on over to this Rainbow First Birthday Party filled with balloons and everything colorful & bright – as styled by mommy Brooke! Paige of Paige Lowe Photography captured all the homemade rainbow desserts, outdoor party decorations and one happy birthday girl!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Invitation printed on a bright purple balloon!
  • Rainbow layered cake and Rice Krispie treats + sprinkle covered cake pops & pretzels
  • Colorful ombre rainbow paper rosette backdrop
  • Bright flower centerpieces with burlap table runner & giant rainbow balloons

balloon invitation

rainbow outdoor tablescape

rainbow rice krispie treats

rainbow dessert table

rainbow party straws and treats

birthday outfit

rainbow-dotted-divider-2

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

12 responses to “Whimsical Backyard Rainbow First Birthday Party”

  1. Carrie @ Three Pink Ducks says:

    Where did you get the balloon invitations? I’m doing these for my daughters Circus party next year!

  2. The best & cutest party EVER!!

  3. The best & cutest party EVER!!

  4. Raiza says:

    How did you do the “rainbow paper rosette backdrop”? I just love it.

  5. Nichole Clark says:

    Where are the balloon invites from or how were they made? I would love to use these for my daughter’s 3rd birthday in January!

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  7. Brooke says:

    The rosettes were made with 3 sheets of paper accordion folded and then folded in half. I used double stick tape to keep the pieces together.
    The balloons were ordered online but I had a friend design the message.

    • Erica says:

      I find it to be a little pretentious to not share where the balloons were ordered from. Clearly people thought they were nice, you obviously thought they were good quality, and I would rather use someone reputable than just any person I can google.

    • Brooke says:

      I just googled a balloon site myself. If I remembered where they were from I would most certainly not keep it a secret.

  8. Melinda says:

    Very cute idea! where did you order the balloon invites from?!

  9. Kerry says:

    Is there any way you could share the design pdf? Love it, would love to do for my son’s birthday!