Our cake pops come in a variety of colors and designs that can be customized to your liking! So it makes sense with the overwhelming number of different options we have, that you may feel indecisive regarding which one to choose.
First things first, there are three basics you should remember if you really want to add the wow factor to your event (feel free to scroll past this part if you already got these down).
1. Colors are typically separated into primary, secondary and tertiary. To put it simply, primary colors are the basic ones that are used to create OTHER colors. For example, red, blue and yellow which are used to create purple, orange, green, etc. And these colors are called secondary colors, which come to life from mixing two primary colors. A tertiary color can be created by mixing primary and secondary colors, like yellow and orange. 2. In this world, there are Warm colors such as red, yellow, and orange- and Cool colors such as blue, green and purple. These are crucial to understand if you're looking to change the overall vibe and atmosphere of your event. 3. Tints are colors with white added, and shades are colors with black added. These are great if you want a gradient or ombre effect at your party.
There are also nine different no-brainer color combinations that never fail: Warm colors, cool colors, warm colors with cool accents, cool colors with warm accents, tints and shades of red, tints and shades of blue, complementary colors (which we'll get into later) and split complementary colors.
So if you have a baby shower coming up and the main theme is blue, you'll want a combo that works around the color blue like cool colors or tints and shades of blue. For example, blue balloons and our light green baby rattle cake pops would make a calm, soothing combination. If you're looking for a more undertoned, pastel appeal, you could try our heather grey baby rattles with blue balloons which would create a tinted blue vibe at your baby shower. Rubber duckie cake pops can also complete a blue baby shower, coming in yellow with blue bandanas that would add vibrant, warmer accents to your cooler shades.
Or, if you have pink decorations, then our sky blue baby rattles would complement your rosy tones perfectly. These color decorations at a baby shower generally match well with heather grey baby rattles or sky blue baby rattles. You can also match pink with pink, such as pink decorations with pig cake pops or pink and white donut cake pops- if you want to add that touch of sweetness. (Because what baby doesn't like donuts?) Another popular item for baby showers are our ice cream cake pops. The light pink and brown of the ice cream mixed with the beige undertones can add an elegant, contemporary look to your pink baby shower.
Also keep in mind our cake pops come with bows, in which you can customize the color to your liking! Pretty convenient, huh?
Baby showers with warmer tones, like yellow, orange and red can be complemented well by our green baby rattle cake pops. They also match perfectly with bolder color cake pops, such as our bestseller owl cake pops, which can have its color customized per your request. We recommend yellow, red or neon green to add a pop of color to your event. Yellow decorations with yellow cake pops create a bright and energetic look for your party, so check out our chick cake pops here or consider our ever so loved baby chick cake pops.
Birthday parties are always fun... until you have to actually start planning them. If you have a specific theme or character in mind to focus on for your family member, child or friend's birthday, click here to get ideas for character combinations.
If you're hosting a party for your kid, you'll likely be focusing around a certain character, show or hobby. This works perfectly with color coordination because you basically just have to work around whatever character or theme your kid has invested him or herself in. And this is where simple cake pops come in. Our basic cake pops are here to save the day- they go with any character or design you choose to highlight in your party. For example, Despicable Me decorations or cake pops go great with our basic yellow cake pops or brown sprinkled cake pops (yellow and brown are great split complementary colors!)
Our red, white and blue cake pops are also quite popular with superhero themed parties, such as Captain America, Superman, Wonderwoman, Spiderman and more. This bold color combination would help add even more positive energy to the atmosphere, perfect for stealing the attention of your little ones.
To see all your options of basic cake pops, click here.
If you're not hosting a party for a child, or focusing on a particular character and theme, you might want to go for a more versatile approach. We have over hundreds of different cake pops specifically for birthdays that appeal to all ages and audiences. However, if you're looking for cake pops that go with any color party, then we have a list of all our rainbow colored cake pops here. The color of these cake pops can be customized, and you can even request for them to be uniform if you don't want the variety of colors offered.
Parties that are more elegant or conservative generally go great with black and white cake pops, which you can find here. These are great if you want that timeless, sophisticated look to your event. They also go well with adjacent tints and shades like grey or beige tones, as well as complement bolder colors like purple, red and royal blue. (Red balloons, for example, with black and white cake pops create a more dynamic and dramatic look.)