Rainbow veggie tray ideas
This is the last post in my rainbow birthday party series – Rainbow veggie tray ideas. I know I’ve been stretching this party out for awhile, but I had to go back to work about two weeks ago, after my year long maternity leave. So I have been writing about the rainbow birthday party, since everything was already photographed, so I didn’t have to worry about learning how to do my job again, learning how to be a working mom AND finishing projects for my blog all in the same week.
The last piece that I want to highlight from Kate’s rainbow birthday party is how to make a rainbow veggie tray. My awesome sister made this beautiful vegetable platter and was even kind enough to take pictures along the way!
Reds: Radishes, cheery tomatoes and red peppers:
Oranges: carrots and orange peppers.
Yellows: yellow pepper and yellow tomatoes.
Greens: green beans, cucumbers, green cauliflower, celery.
Purples: red onion, and red cabbage.
And if you are looking for veggie tray ideas, here’s a shout out to 5 more beautiful rainbow vegetable trays:
From C is for Crafty:
From Growin Your Own:
From Life Made Delicious:
From Feed Me Healthy:
From Apartment Therapy:
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