We love rainbow parties!
And since no birthday party is complete without a cake, today we’ve put together a round-up of the most amazing rainbow birthday cakes we’ve found on Pinterest.
Prepare to be wowed because some of these cakes are truly impressive – let us know in the comments which one you’d pick for your party!
Traditional rainbow cake
Let’s start with a traditional rainbow cake! We absolutely love this cute and colourful design, although there’s probably a knack to getting the food colouring right!
We love how this one’s covered in white icing and topped with multi-coloured candles like these to match the sponge.
Tiered rainbow wedding cake
Now there’s impressive, then there’s this masterpiece! Not for the feint-hearted, we love the white pom poms in the background that look like clouds. As far as wedding cakes go, this one takes some beating!
Rainbow cake pops
From a masterpiece to something a little simpler, we love these rainbow cake pops! And for something even simpler than cake pops, why not dip marshmallows in multi-coloured sprinkles for the same effect?!
Rainbow macaron tower
This one takes a bit of artistic licence but why not go for a rainbow macaron tower instead of a cake? It’s super easy to put together, super impressive and all you need is a tiered cake stand!
Rainbow surprise cake
We LOVE this rainbow cake with a hidden design inside the sponge – but it’s not for the feint-hearted! If you fancy giving it a go, we’d recommend reading these expert tips and tricks for making hidden design cakes first!
Floral rainbow wedding cake
Or how about this rainbow-coloured floral wedding cake? Rainbow cakes don’t have to be bursting with colour all over – for something a little stylish, try this subtle way to add pops of colour to a plain white cake with flowers and ribbons.
Giant number cake
Feeling adventurous? How about making a number cake covered in Smarties in all the colours of the rainbow? You don’t necessarily a number 3 shaped cake mould – we’ve found an easy tutorial to show you how to make a number 3 using a round cake tin.
Rainbow cake push-up pops
For something a little simpler (but just as cute), try these rainbow cake push pops. All you need is some cake push pop containers like these and a round cookie cutter to cut round layers of sponge.
Rainbow cake in a jar
Rainbow cakes in jars would be an easy but impressive addition to your rainbow party food. Simply divide up your mixture, dye each lot a different colour, and layer it up in the jar before you bake it. Then top it off with squirty cream and sprinkles!
An actual rainbow cake…
How about making a rainbow cake that looks like an actual rainbow? We love the piped icing and the clouds at each end!
Cake covered in smarties
If you’re a baking beginner but still want to make an impressive birthday cake, how about a simple cake covered in smarties? Simply cover your cake in buttercream and then stick smarties on in the colours of the rainbow.
This perfectly iced rainbow creation
If you’re a dab hand at piping icing, why not have a go at this stunning iced rainbow cake? It’s not as difficult as it looks but you’ll need a steady hand!
Not much of a baker? How about ring doughnuts iced with all the colours of the rainbow?!
Rainbow cake pop tower
Finally, why not do something completely different like a cake pop tower? Cover your cake pops with melted candy buttons like these and display them in a tower!
Ready to throw your own rainbow party to go with your cake? Visit Party Delights to pick up party supplies in all the colours of the rainbow, or stay on our blog for more inspiring party ideas: