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Peacock Party Ideas
Peacock Party Games
Peacock Egg Hunt
Before the Peacock party buy lots of plastic Easter eggs - peacock eggs! Fill them with candy, small prizes or write numbers on some of them and let the party guests exchange them for bigger prizes that correspond with the number on the egg. Hide the peacock eggs all over the birthday area. Buy white paper sacks that the guests can decorate during the party and then use to hold the eggs they collect during the peacock egg hunt.
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In glass pitchers or dispensers add food coloring to sprite and/or water (or use Kool-aid) to make drinks that match your party color scheme. You can also freeze blue or green colored Kool-aid in ice cube trays and add them to drinks.
Use teardrop cookie cutters and cut out shapes in sandwiches, brownies, cookies, rice krispies or fruit and arrange them on a platter in the shape of a peacock tail.
Decorate cupcakes with different colored frosting in bright blue, purple and green and arrange on a platter to look just like a peacock tail.
Sprinkled marshmallows are a fun way to add color to a party food table. Place a large marshmallow on a skewer and dip a little bit of water - then roll the marshmallow in a dish of colored sprinkles. Then place the skewers in a tall vase and place on the party food table.
Peacock feather pen
Bubbles in bright bottles of green, blue or purple
The prizes or candy from the birthday peacock egg hunt
Goody Bag Ideas
Bright colored paper sacks - fold over and punch two holes at the top of the bags fold. Thread colorful curling ribbon through the two holes and tie in a bow.
Tie all the party favors up in a colorful paisley bandana or cloth - tie the ends together.
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