Try this idea for rainbow-hued Jell-O cups featured over at Glorious Treats. You’ll need a lineup of different flavors, Cool Whip, and chocolate coins to assemble this colorful treat. Each layer needs to firm up for 15 to 30 minutes before adding the next layer, so you’ll also need to hold the attention of your brood for several hours, but the end result is worth it!
It’s an edible rainbow for Pride! This idea at San Diego Cooks features strawberries, clementines, pineapple, green grapes, blackberries, and purple grapes – a lovely rainbow centerpiece for your celebration. Mini-marshmallows form clouds on one end, and sliced bananas on the other!
Rainbow party decor!
In need of a little color at your Pride bash? Kara's Party Ideas shares this gorgeous idea for throwing a rainbow-rrific summer fête and — if you can believe it — everything featured is homemade and budget-friendly! Besides having plenty of bright and beautiful hues to get the day off to a colorful start, this cool party theme offers up fun sweets, including a rainbow layer cake, fruit kabobs, candy-covered Oreos, Kool-Aid in mini water bottles, and other bright sweets made for the birthday boy or girl. Check out the rest of the fun photos featured to see the kids’ neat DIY rainbow-esque tees and their fab homemade piñata (in rainbow colors, of course!).
Super scrap rainbow craft
Even the smallest hands can celebrate pride with this rainbow collage from No Time for Flash Cards! To make your own colorful collage, you'll need a variety of rainbow-colored scraps, a large “color-by-numbers” rainbow, and little helpers who are ready to sort and glue. The kiddos will learn the colors of the rainbow and you’ll have a masterpiece any Leprechaun would be happy to chase!
Classic rainbow layer cake
Featured on Whisk Kid, it doesn't get much better (or more colorful) than this epic rainbow birthday cake that gives Rainbow Brite a serious run for her money!
Made out of colorful layers of cake with a lemony Swiss meringue buttercream, Whisk Kid Kaitlin recommends using gel food coloring rather than liquid to achieve the vibrant colors in this tall rainbow-rrific cake. Check out the rest of the post for the full recipe -- there's also a link included for when Kaitlin made this cake on The Martha Stewart Show (wow!), and a fun time-lapse video of this cake being made by one of Kaitlin's readers.