A nerdy blue McCaw parrot (Blu) is brought to Rio de Janeiro in an effort to prevent the extinction of the species… Then he and his mate Jewel get bird-napped by smugglers, they escape… and the chase is on. Oh, and just to complicate things further, Blu never learned to fly. There’s plenty of action and chase scenes in this one, too, and Blu learning to fly is pretty funny.
If you adore this Rio movie, it’s going to make sense that you want to throw a Rio themed baby shower party. It’s so colorful, just like a Brazilian carnival. You can cherish it anywhere with the free invitations from us.
If you’re wondering how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design.
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template.
- Wait for a while, a new page will appear after a while.
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it.
- Locate where the file will be saved on your device and enter.
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any printing paper.
It’s crucial to use the proper paper for this party decoration. While thick paper won’t fold as easily but will keep its shape properly, thin paper might fold readily but won’t. Construction paper or scrapbooking paper is great because it is sturdy and simple to fold.
Just cut three rectangles of paper that are of identical size. Fold each piece into an accordion or fan shape. Each fan is folded in half and the ends are joined in the centre with glue. You would get 3 wedge-shaped fans by doing this. Create a larger fan by joining the three fans using glue.
By arranging the fans in designs or using each one separately, you can use these fans to adorn the venue for the celebration.
There was also a beverage station that had iced water with berries and oranges and tropical fruit punch served in drink dispensers sitting atop rustic crates and coconuts. Drinks were served in cute yellow pineapple drink bottles, and mini glass bottles with fabric flowers decorating the paper straws.
For the kids’ place settings, I put together green leaf trays for the plates, pineapple drink bottles and a goodie box with Carnival feather masks. Inside the kids’ favour boxes were a flower lei, bubbles, maracas, whistle blowers, and tropical coloured sunglasses.
I hung a tropical flower garland at the entrance to the party for the kids to pass through.
Party Foods Ideas
Think about Brazilian foods! BBQ chicken, chicken drumsticks, and lots and lots of fruit for dinner! For atmosphere, think Carnivale… bright colours, streamers, feathers, confetti, Samba music and dancing. Maybe even a fruit-hat building competition? Or you can do what we did and make a giant bed in the lounge, string up Christmas lights, have a pizza picnic and have a family sleepover.