My Little Pony Rainbow Birthday Party

This year for my daughter’s third birthday, the theme she chose was My Little Pony.  For the decorations we could have chosen to stay primarily pink or go with a rainbow theme.  I decided to go with rainbow!

My Little Pony Rainbow Birthday

Rainbow and Cloud Ceiling

I made a main table which was perfect for the theme, however the best part was the Rainbow and Cloud ceiling decoration.  It was very reminiscent of a wedding ceiling draping, but with rainbow colors and a perfect cloud perched just below it.

My Little Pony Gift Bags

I also ordered themed gift bags which were absolutely adorable.

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I made a couple of small fondant cakes for the occasion.

My Little Pony Cake

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And of course, the party would not be a complete event without a super matching outfit!  I ordered this cute birthday shirt and made the matching tutu.

My Little Pony Birthday Shirt and Tutu

The party events included a petting zoo, a real-life my little pony ride, pin the tail on the pony, rainbow hair coloring and a pinata.

It made a very happy birthday girl!  Happy 3rd Birthday to my little darling, Brie.

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And as always, for my dear loyal readers, I will post the details of how to make, purchase or find each of the items from this party.  All printables I post for free download and I always quote my source when I find a great idea from someone else.  Over the next few weeks, additional links to the details on how to make or find each item will be linked back to this page under the “comments” section.  Those links will lead you to the details of how to replicate this party!

Tuesday Confessional 06/24

Bathroom Refresh

When we moved into our house 3 years ago…we had plans to remodel the bathroom.  However, after having to replace and air conditioner unit then resurface the pool, well, the funds for aforementioned remodel never magically appeared.  So…I decided (after looking at unpainted bare walls and ugly gold builder grade trim for three years) to do a refresh instead.  Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting step-by-step instructions for how to complete each of these mini-projects and how much they cost so any one of you can do the same!

Party!

And of course, this blog is not complete without a party!  The next party on the docket is my daughter’s third birthday and it is shaping up to be pretty awesome.  But you never know until the guests start arriving as to whether the party will be a success or not!  So we shall see.

 

Onion Bomb

I got this great recipe from a fellow blogger and we tried it this year while camping.  Super awesome!!!!

Onion Bomb

And it is so easy you won’t believe it!

Onion Bomb

1 onion (one per person)1-2 pre-made Italian Meatballs (uncooked)foilcampfire, grill or ovenPeel the onion, slice it in half and remove enough of the middle layers to be able to fit one or two Italian meatballs (uncooked).  In the picture, we used one meatball per 1/2 onion.  Put the onion back together and cover it with a double layer of foil.  Put it directly into the campfire or grill coals for about 20-30 minutes until tender.

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