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All three of my bees wanted their own themed birthday party this year. So within two weeks, we had a Harry Potter party, a Rainbow Dash Paint party and an Ever After High party.

My birthday girl is obsessed with all things rainbow and Rainbow Dash (from My Little Pony), so we went a little crazy with color!

We made it a birthday brunch, because I wanted to serve rainbow bagels with butter & various cream cheese spreads.  We also had a “Make Your Own Yogurt Parfait” bar where I had a large bowl of vanilla yogurt and smaller bowls of toppings including granola, chopped fruit, berries and chocolate chips.  Rain Dew consisted of a blue colored berry juice. And there was a coffee bar for the parents along with a pitcher of mimosas.  😉



I downloaded images of Rainbow Dash and put them on a page in Word. Then I printed the images of Rainbow Dash onto full sheets of label pages and cut each one out to make Rainbow Dash stickers which I used to decorate.


I bought Rainbow Dash fizzy drinks at Five Below and served them with bottled water with rainbow labels from Etsy.


We set up all the easels in our backyard under tents. The easels, painting supplies and art lessons were provided by Raine Art.  I bought the berets from Oriental Trading.



My birthday girl was in all her glory in her Rainbow Dash outfit with matching sneakers!


The kids learned how to paint unicorns.


While their paintings were drying, it was time to sing Happy Birthday and enjoy dessert!


We served vanilla cupcakes with rainbow toppers


Rainbow Dash cookies made by Momma Zinga


And lots of other sweet treats.  These free candy bar labels allowed me to personalize a birthday message.


I also made a (no-bake) rainbow sprinkle cheesecake which was a hit. And so easy to make!


The Birthday Girl and all her rainbows…


Everyone went home with their own fabulous work of art!



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