Having a great photography backdrop for any event or party is always fun for guests. Make this colorful rainbow backdrop in under an hour for just about $10.
As you may well know, kid’s birthday parties can get expensive really quick.
And I’m not even talking about their gifts. I’m talking about feeding everyone, decorations, invitations, etc.
I like to DIY as many party decorations as I possibly can to save money.
I first showed you my easy party backgrounds last year when I did one for the kid’s 1st birthday party. This year, I added a bit more umph to it.
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Rainbow Photo Backdrop
To make these, you only need plastic rectangle tablecloths. Last year, I only used two different colors for the backdrop. This year, I started out using just green, blue, and yellow. The result was a very lemon-limey, Sierra Mist, Sprite looking backdrop.
Not exactly what we were going for.
Since the kid’s party was a Care Bear and Rainbow theme, I didn’t want that.
I ended up going back to the party store and buying the other three colors of the rainbow (red, orange, and purple) and making a second backdrop to layer on top the lemon-lime one.
To add the extra colors, I just left the lemon-lime background up on the wall, then pinned up the new colors and made a separate backdrop with them. The tutorial for how to make the basic party backdrop is here. After I had finished the new rainbow color background, I just ran my fingers through both and blended them together. You can also find the tutorial for that simple birthday banner here.
You can watch the video below to see how to make one of the backgrounds. To make one with more than three colors, just layer another three different colored backdrops on top of the first one.
Of course, it doesn’t have to be a rainbow background; you could use any colors you wish. These make the perfect photography backdrop to document those fun memories made at the party!
Rainbow is better than lemon-lime any day of the week, right?
I got my tablecloths from Party City at $2 each, however you could easily use ones from the Dollar Tree and have $6 in this bad boy.
Have you made a rainbow party backdrop before?
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If you want to remember this rainbow backdrop for later, just pin the image below!
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