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The tendency to hand out invitations in public places tracks through the grades. In the hubbub that followed a middle school play, I witnessed one preteen distributing birthday party invitations to a delighted crowd surrounding her. Glancing around, I noticed other youngsters also watched the excitement, and were not as pleased about it.
Be creative with the food! While birthday cake and punch is fine, for a casual gathering, it doesn't take much more effort to make the party food really shine. If you are worried about budget, you can ask each party guest to bring a favorite party dish (or something reminiscent of the birthday boy or girl), to add as a potluck favorite. A taco, soup or potato bar, can feed a lot of people, without putting a major dent in the budget, and best of all most of the food can be prepared ahead. For a really easy solution for food, you can have the party at the birthday celebrant's favorite restaurant, just be sure to let the each of the party guests know the menu prices, if you won't be picking up the tab.
The kind of idea that one uses in a birthday party also depends upon whether it is for the birthday of a girl or a boy. Even if you want to throw a superb birthday party for an adult, you can have a theme. This theme can be based on their hobby or interest. You can always have a rock and roll theme or even a Hollywood theme. You can also base the idea on the theme of a particular decade.
If the child is old enough, let your child choose the theme of the birthday party and be actively involved in the planning stages of the event. After all, it is the "child's" birthday and the "child's" party. While planning a birthday party can be a bit time consuming and challenging, all the work will be worth it when you see how much fun everyone has. Think of labor pains and how you forget them once you've laid eyes on your new baby. Well, certainly party planning is not to "that" degree!
Some top favorite places for kids' birthday parties could be a trip to the art museum, rollerblading, ice skating, watching a sports game, a day at a theme park, boat or cruise, camping, fancy or casual restaurant, movies, dance party, karaoke, beach party, spa party and more. Set a reasonable budget and pick a unique activity that your child and her friends love. Or find something special that they have yet to experience.