Posted by Iris Fuentes at Wednesday, December 16th, 2020 - 01:13:44 AM in Birthday Party
Let's face it, time flies and before we know it our little girl is a grown up. Having good memories of our baby's first birthday will surely make us fulfilled. Let's start by organizing the things that you need to record and mark this important event of our baby's life.
A princess party theme gets right down to the food and beverages on offer. Only serve finger food which will allow the princesses to maintain their princess style and elegance. Overly messy foods should be avoided. Princesses are NOT messy! Finger sandwiches, some cookies, ham and cheese rollups, a fruit plate, etc, are always a good idea for a princess party. A cake is also important although care needs be taken to maintain the royal air. Ginger ale, fruit punch or some other beverages will work great.
For girls, think about having a tea party. Simple tea party etiquette tips and guidelines will help make your child's birthday tea party a great success and one they will remember fondly for years to come. You might want to make an etiquette guideline list and send it along with your invitations, informing your guests that you will be following this list of tea party etiquette guidelines. Be creative! Make it FUN!
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!
Let these three pointers guide you toward defusing the ethical booby traps in the world of birthday party invitations. Perhaps it's not too much of a stretch to say that the genre of children's birthday party invitations represents a microcosm of American ethical practices. For aren't such everyday interactions of family dynamics the grist of our lives?