|I made the Royal Birthday Baby a quick birthday crown.|
|An old parachute hung from the ceiling and a rainbow umbrella.|
|White and rainbow holiday lights lit the parachute from behind.|
|The view of the birthday fort from above... several days later!|
I kept the grab bags really simple. Every one, even the adults, got a paper bag that I decorated with old scrap-booking leftovers. The children's bags had homemade rainbow playdough, bubbles, a colourful pen, tattoos, and a jar full of rainbow jelly beans, a chocolate, and a disco ball holiday ornament.
|Sad goodie bags that were left behind.|
|Jars full of Jelly Beans for everyone!|
I really didn't get a lot of shots of the food or drinks. I did rainbow fruits and rainbow (as much as possible!) vegetables. I had the usual meat and cheese and hummus and dips and some mini-tacos that went way too fast. I did gluten free and dairy free chocolate cupcakes that were so delicious, iced them with coconut-milk frosting and topped with sprinkles in rainbow colours. Desmond's cupcake was the only one with more than one colour.
|Not a huge fan. He didn't take one bite!|
|One of each colour.|
|Sarah and Attia|
|Our little family is one year old.|
|BIRTHDAY SMOOCHES ZOMG|
Happy Birthday, Squeaky D! I love you.