пятница, 1 июля 2016 г.

Polka Dot & Rainbow Paint Themed Birthday Party

Polka Dot & Rainbow Paint Themed Birthday Party


Polka Dot & Rainbow Paint Themed Birthday Party


This is so darn cute! Love the colors and those paint cans with her name are darling!


Love this colorful party theme. Birthday cake is so nice.Dessert table decorations are also good.


I never grow tired of the rainbow cake!


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Where did you find the clear favor buckets? I love them!


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Love this! Where did you get the small clear paint cans? They’re so cute!!


where did you get the paper goods and such? I love the polka dots theme.


I’m doing an art theme for my daughter’s 5th birthday. Could you please tell me where I could find the little tags that say: Every child is an artist… ~ Picasso


I would really like to get some of those. Thank you so much!!!


Where can I find the invitations? And all the little signs for the buckets?


Love it! Where did u find the sponge shape brushes for kid?


Where did you get the invites and all the tags?


Please tell me where I can get these invitations and other paper goods, they would be perfect for my daughters birthday.


Hi Allison, all of the paper goods were created by Simple Little Details


what is the size of those party favor paint cans


Where Did u find those clear paint cans?


What size was the canvas for the kids?


What size canvas did you use for the kids?


Let’s get creative! Taleen of Simple Little Details painted a true masterpiece with an amazing Polka Dot & Rainbow Paint Themed Birthday Party for her daughter’s 3rd birthday! This colorful, artsy celebration is full of so many creative ideas – how amazing is the paint can dessert table backdrop with its “paint spill” streamers!? And I just have to point out the blank canvas “welcome sign” where guests can collaborate and create a memorable painting for the birthday girl…


PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:


– Rainbow & polka dot dessert table with an AMAZING paint can backdrop


– Mini red velvet cupcakes on paint palette displays + Polka dot rainbow layer cake with mini scalloped bunting


– Paint can centerpieces with multicolor florals and Mini “paint can” party favors!


– Canvas, apron & paintbrush place settings for the little artists to create their own masterpieces!


Little Nicole loves to draw and paint, so we thought why not have a paint themed party! The party was taking place in the backyard so I knew I wanted bright and bold colors such as fuchsia, aqua and lime green that would really pop on a summer afternoon and really create a beautiful contrast. The polka dot pattern was a perfect accompaniment to the colors and theme of the party.


DINING TABLES


The dining tables were covered in a fuchsia linen with a polka dot runner going down the middle. For the centerpieces I purchased empty paint cans from a home improvement store and filled them with bright colored flowers that matched the theme of the party. I used green floral foam at the bottom of the cans and stuck the flowers into the foam so that they would stand straight up. I loved the idea of using one type of flower and color in each paint can. For the utensil packets, I wrapped the napkin around the fork and knife and added a paper band that said “dig in!” to hold it all together.


KIDS TABLE


The kids table was a huge hit! Floating above the table was a cluster of bright colored polka dot balloons. The table was covered in a fuchsia plastic table cloth for easy clean up. Each kid got an individual paint packet to create their own masterpiece. The packet included a blank canvas, apron, painter’s palette, and paint brushes. I wanted to make sure the birthday girl felt special, so I added a little banner to the back of her chair that read “I am 3.”


DRINK TABLE


For the drink table we kept it really simple. We had raspberry lemonade and citrus infused water filled in dispensers and placed on white footed platters. This created a beautiful presentation. I purchased a variety of striped paper straws that matched the colors of the party and added a “nicole is three” tag for a special touch.


PAINTERS EASEL


Since the kids were going to have so much fun painting, I wanted to have a little activity for the adults as well. I had a blank canvas that I displayed on a painters easel with a little note asking guests to help create a masterpiece for Nicole. All the adults got to add their own little painting to the canvas and it ended up being a fun keepsake for the birthday girl.


FAVORS


The favors were super quick and easy! I purchased mini clear paint can containers to go along with the theme and filled them with gumballs. I added a little sticker to them that said “thanks for painting with me.”


DESSERT TABLE


The dessert table was my favorite part! For the backdrop, I hung paint cans at varying heights that spelled out the birthday girl’s name. I cut paper to create zig zag streamers and attached them to the bottom of the paint cans to give the effect that paint was spilling out of the cans. The desserts included paint brush pretzels, paint brush rice krispy treats, and cupcakes displayed on painter’s palettes. We ordered a simple cake but dressed it up with a mini banner that I made that said “three.” The inside of the cake however had a fun surprise. Each layer had a different color to match the theme of the party.


*****


VENDOR CREDITS:


– Event Design, Flowers, and Paper Goods: Simple Little Details


– Rentals: A Party Place


– Dessert: Sweet Tooth Confections


– Photography: Karen Santos of Love Life Studios


Original article and pictures take http://blog.hwtm.com/2013/07/rainbow-paint-and-polka-dot-paint-themed-birthday-party/ site

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