How To Plan A Childrens Party

The thought of planning a childrens party can some times leave you feeling overwhelmed.
Some people are natural planners and enjoy every step, others seem to go dizzy at the nearest whiff of their child’s birthday drawing closer.

So for those that need a little help on how to plan a children’s party, here are a few tips to get you on the road to planning a perfect party.

When deciding on what type of party to have for little Tommy, word of mouth is a probably the safest bet. So talk to your friends and family to see if anyone’s raving about or can recommend a the party that fits. Or surf the net for some idea’s and check the reviews . Always keep little Tommy involved , as a party is a big event in their life, so always keep them involved! Remember if your going to have an entertainer, the good ones generally get booked up so get them booked in early.

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Send out a save the date or put the feelers out in the play ground, email or texts are easier for your brain to remember.

Think about budget, are you going to invite all the class and their siblings or is it invites only, take this into consideration.

Some bullet points.

These are some of the main pointers we feel are important. Be careful you don’t overdo the food as in most cases, the children will be happy with a drink a snack and bite of cake.
Don’t make the party too long for the little ones, 2 – 2.5 hours is about right.
Don’t forget to allow time for parking and remind guest to arrive early. Planned parties at venues often run back to back and cannot make up for lost time at the end.
Get 1 or 2 friends to help on the day as you will probably be busy hosting and chatting to everyone.
Above all else, stay calm & smile its your most important little person in the worlds big day.

I hope you find the above tips useful, there‘s more to Planning a childrens  party so if you think of any, add them to the list.

Good Luck & Enjoy your party!

Go kart party team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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