My Little Pony Party Set-UpThe backdrop uses pale pink curtain foil, which you can get similar here. On top of this hangs the balloon garland, which was from Kmart. You can also shop the same garland here. Simply follow our guide on DIY balloon garlands and create your very own! The rainbow balloon is from Kmart and makes a gorgeous centrepiece for the table. You can make your own My Little Pony party cutouts. Simply print out each character and them laminate and stick up! Great way to add to the theme. There are lots of great pastel rainbow tablecloths to add some colour to the party table: Then complete the look with some pastel honeycomb balls scattered throughout.
For the tablecloth on the kids’ table, Lynnette used several different coloured plastic table cloths and layered them to give the rainbow colours.
My Little Pony Party Food
This rainbow fruit platter has to be the cutest party food addition – and so easy to make! Just pick different fruits in an array of colours, chops and arrange on a platter in a rainbow. Add some marshmallows to the end and you have instant clouds.
There’s also some delicious platters, including a grazing platter, lolly platter and even fairy floss. Simple ideas that all add plenty of colour to the table and look great.
The piñata was from Kmart, but Lynette changed the mane and tail colours from pink to purple and printed stickers for the eyes and Rarity’s cutie mark.
My Little Pony Party Bags
The cake was just a Coles caramel drip cake popped on a cake baord with the chocolate drip removed and four different coloured buttercream icing colours piped around. Lynette got the My Little Pony cake toppers from Big W.
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