This past weekend, we had the chance to celebrate one of daughter’s turning 6! She is our super eccentric and colorful little one, and loves anything that is bold and bright. I asked her what theme she wanted… a Rainbow Donut birthday party was born!

She is the best little human, and I am so thankful for her spirit that just leaves a smile everywhere she goes (when she actually gets out of that introvert shell).

A huge thanks to Party Hop, & Pueo Graphics, for partnering with us and sending over the decor and paper goods for this party.

All of the things you need to throw your own donut birthday party, complete with games, decor, food, favors, and more! Donuts for days.

Donut Birthday Party (with some colorful additions)

For our decor, Party Hop sent over some really adorable ideas and decor pieces. The way that they work is you give them a theme or some type of idea, and then they put together an idea board for you with all of the details. Then you pick and choose what you want to use for your party, and that’s it! They sent everything over with instructions, which I desperately needed for the balloon arch, and it was so easy to make this donut birthday party come to life.

This rainbow donut wall, the rainbow napkins, the balloon arch and birthday sign were all a part of the board the ladies put together for me, and I love how it turned out. (Get a close up of that donut wall next).

For the favors, we did donut bags, filled with the cutest stickers and notepads, plus these amazing cookies from J.Kelsey Designs here in RVA!

So many find donut items around right now.

You can find the other items here that we used for the decor (THANK GOODNESS FOR AMAZON!)

The food was tough for me on this party. Obviously donuts were there, but aside from that I didn’t know where to take it. I started with only “hole foods” and then moved on to breakfast themed foods.

We had chicken and waffles on a stick, donut holes and fruit, and then your traditional “hole” foods like veggie trays with carrot sprinkles, bagel bites, bagels and cream cheese, and every donut imaginable.

Honestly, this party turned out so much cuter (and easier) than I thought it would! Really happy with how all of the pastels worked with the donut theme, and loved how much fun it was to put together.

If you need more ideas, you can check out these party ideas below:

Camping Themed Birthday

Frozen Birthday Party

Baby Shark Birthday 

Under The Sea Birthday Party 

*Cheers to birthday parties for kids, especially with donuts involved*