This colorful RAINBOW BREAKFAST BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Vanessa Coppola of See Vanessa Craft.
I love all of the fun colors and ideas! This surprise breakfast party would have been a blast to wake up to.
My favorite rainbow breakfast party ideas and elements in this soiree are:
- The milk straws
- The wooden spoons
- The rainbow napkins
- The rainbow jars with flowers in them
- The paper straws
- and MORE!
Party Styling: See Vanessa Craft
Party Printables: Lauren Haddox Designs
Party Invitations: Pear Tree Greetings
Party Favors: Cold Stone Chocolate
Beverages: Shamrock Farms
Wooden Spoons: Spiral Sage
Paper Straws: Glitter Daisy Shop
Treat Tubs/Bowls: Bake It Pretty
Rainbow Napkins: IKEA
Items used in this rainbow breakfast party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:
- Striped Paper Straws
- Wooden Spoons
- Glass Jars
- Circle Paper Punch
- Hors D’oeuvre Picks
- Rainbow Assortment Gumball Tubes
- Rainbow Party Printable Package
- Rainbow Pom Poms
- Rainbow Paper Flowers
RAINBOW BREAKFAST PARTY DETAILS:
Vanessa said this about planning the party- “I recently hosted a surprise birthday party, rainbow style, for my dear friend Nicole of Petal Wishes.The entire party was inspired by Pear Tree Greeting’s “Color Stream” rainbow party invitations. I took the rainbow theme of the invitation and ran with it. Lauren Haddox Design created the rest of the rainbow party printables used throughout the party.
The main centerpiece of this morning party was the cereal bar. I filled big glass containers with everyone’s favorite cereals, including Lucky Charms and Fruit Loops to match the rainbow theme. I included strawberry, mini marshmallow, chocolate chip, banana, and raisin mix ins for guests to add to their cereal. We also had donuts, donut shooters, fruit, mini chocolate chip muffins, a coffee station and OJ on the menu.
I made my own party backdrop out of plastic tablecloths that I found at the Dollar Store. Cost effective and only requires a little bit of time and effort. For table centerpieces, I painted the inside of mason jars using rainbow acrylic paints and stuck faux rainbow flowers inside. I hand stamped wooden spoons with the word “Celebrate!” and they were a perfect match for the colorful tub bowls used for the cereal. I glued rainbow pom poms to the tops of wooden sticks to use as coffee stirs and adorned striped paper straws with printable flags.”