A Neon Themed Birthday Party

Neon birthday party

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Parker turned the big 7 this weekend. Apparently, it’s a big deal to go from 6-years-old to 7-years-old. I can’t remember that far back. Her theme of choice was “neon”.

sherbert bomb

Sherbert Bombe with neon candles

Neither of my girls are much of cake-eaters. Which, at times has made me wonder if they really are my kids. Parker’s favorite ice cream right now is Sherbet. But, what’s a birthday without cake, right? Enter the Sherbet Bombe.

{To make a Sherbet Bombe, or ice cream bombe, simply line a loaf pan with plastic wrap. Choose 3 flavors of Sherbert. Thaw Sherbert #1 so that it is spreadable, but not runny. Spread 1/3 bottom of pan. Freeze for at least an hour to firm up. Repeat with #2 flavor, then #3 flavor, freezing between each layer. To get the bombe out before serving, just run the underneath side of the loaf pan through water. Turn pan upside down onto serving platter and slide the pan and plastic wrap off. Slice with a knife.}

neon party

Party central

neon party theme

Place setting, neon colored pencils, lots of Glow sticks too

neon party theme

Neon Twizzlers…yum!

sherbert bombe

Sherbert Bombe in the dark

ice cream bombe

Blowing out the candles

Happy Birthday, Parker! Make a wish….

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2 thoughts on “A Neon Themed Birthday Party

  1. SUCH a precious theme…I’ve never seen this before! Kids would love this! This would be a great post to link up to Create It Thursday #24…it’s live now! Hope to see you there!

    • stunkard

      Thank you! I am linked up. You’re blog looks awesome. I will be exploring it today!

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