Our Rainbow Birthday themed partyware is a simple, but stylish design that features vivid and vibrant colors in stripe and dot patterns. Set a fun and festive mood for your party with brightly colored decorations all around your home and fun tableware items setting your table. The Rainbow Birthday party supplies feature vertical stripes and dots all over in all of the colors of the rainbow. Right in your inbox!
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IF drinking, driving and college admissions aren't enough for the parents of teenagers to worry about, there's a new specter on the horizon: "rainbow parties. While "Rainbow Party," by Paul Ruditis, has received a less-than-enthusiastic reception from booksellers, it has won plenty of attention from bloggers and conservative columnists and prompted lots of talk among teenagers, parents and school officials. Ruditis said. And I don't think anyone who reads the book could come out wanting to have a rainbow party. Ruditis and his publishers see the book as useful for teaching young people about the dangers of oral sex. But many parents and commentators see it as exploitative, and publications from Publishers Weekly to USA Today have weighed in with articles about large book chains and small children's bookstores shying away from the book.
Girls Birthday Party Themes
Adorable Polka Dot Cake. Make Easter egg balloon pinata to add to the baskets. Start with a balloon, fill it with goodies, blow it up …. Springtime Celebration Popcorn is a colorful and yummy popcorn dessert - the perfect combination of sweet, salty and crunchy in a single bowl. Invite pals over for an afternoon of pampering and fun, complete with fabulous feel-good treatments and glam goodies.
A teenager from Kentucky celebrated her 15th birthday last month by blowing out the candles on a rainbow cake while wearing a rainbow sweater. After her mother posted a photo from her birthday party on Facebook, the teen was expelled from her Christian high school. Kayla Kenney was a freshman at Whitefield Academy, a private Christian school in Louisville, until she was expelled last week. Her mother said the school called her daughter's sweater and cake "lifestyle violations. Kenney's mom, Kimberly Alford, told the Louisville Courier-Journal that she received an email from Whitefield Academy's head of school, Bruce Jacobson, expelling her daughter.