Michelle Paige of Michelle Paige out of Bellevue, Washington styled this awesome Rubik’s Cube Party and I can’t wait for you to see all of the fun ideas + details it has in it!
Rubik’s Cube Themed Birthday Party
From the fabulous Rubik’s Cube cake to the bright and fun color palette, this will be a party you will want to take a crack at and solve.
Be sure to check out these fabulous Rubik’s Cube-inspired party elements displayed below:
- Rubik’s Cube jello cups
- Rubik’s Cube name place cards
- Square colored plates
- An awesome Rubik’s Cube cake
- Colorful candy representing Rubik’s Cube squares + colors
- And more!
Party Styling: Michelle Paige
This is what Michelle shared about the party- “A few kids at my son’s school are playing with Rubik’s Cubes and it has sparked an interest in my competitive, puzzle-loving son. Last year he was all into speed cup stacking…so why not Rubik’s Cubes this year? And come to think of it…it DOES make a fun, colorful party theme! Take a look!
A RUBIK’S CUBE PARTY
This family dinner birthday party all started with the colors on a Rubik’s cube. Red, orange, yellow, green, blue and white. Colorful square plates, square napkins and square colored paper card stock made our white square table look festive. Crepe paper and balloons added color as well. Square Starburst mini’s candies were sprinkled about and orange Fanta drinks in bottles were requested by my son. Finger jello made in all the Rubik’s colors were cut in squares and placed in parfait dishes labeled, Rubik’s cups. Rubik’s Sticks were chopped fruit in all colors, threaded on wooden skewers to resemble cubes. Rubik’s Treats were various candies in primary colors placed in a square dish. Individualized place cards at each setting added more color and the Mini Rubik’s Cube Party Favors were a big hit!
The Rubik’s Cake was a yellow cake with dark chocolate frosting made out of three square layers. To make the cake look like a 3 x 3 cube, the layers were cut into 9 bricks. Each layer was then put back together with lots of frosting in-between. I frosted square Wheat Thins in Rubik’s Cube colors and placed them on each side of the cake.
Birthday gifts were placed in coordinating colors of gift bags. The gift of the party was of course a Rubik’s Cube. My son spent the rest of the evening in front of a YouTube video learning how to solve the puzzle. (It’s even more complicated than I ever imagined!).”
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