Carole shows us how to plan a unicorn-themed celebration...
It’s the magical trend that’s not going away any time soon, so be sure to host a party they’ll never forget with these ideas from Carole Middleton
They’re fun, colourful and quite simply enchanting, so it’s little wonder unicorns are still a popular choice when it comes to kids’ celebrations. And there are so many fun ways you can incorporate them into your theme – from décor and baking to party games galore.
Keep the décor bright and light with a frosted pink and gold palette or a wash of rainbow hues. Look out for everything from confetti-filled balloons to unicorn-printed paper napkins and plates, and adorn the space with fairylights, glitter and sparkly garlands to add to the whimsical feel.
Of course, nothing says ‘unicorn party’ quite like a table filled with brightly-coloured bakes. Unicorn and star-shaped cookies, cupcakes topped with sprinkles, glittery toppers and rainbow frosting will look too good to refuse. Serve up drinks in milk bottles with colourful paper straws.
Keep the children entertained with glitter-themed crafts (and be prepared, it could get messy!) with the chance to make and decorate their own unicorn horns. A DIY pin-the-tail-on-the-unicorn or shop-bought piñata will go down well, as will temporary tattoos and stickers.
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