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Posted by Janis Pace at Friday, November 06th, 2020 - 00:32:47 AM in Birthday Party
The general colour for a themed birthday-party-set for girls is pink, and for boys it is generally blue. The party-sets for girls have lots of flowers, hearts and sweets while that for boys have swords, stickers, tattoos, toy guns, and balls, etc.
Each area has its "cool spots" for kids' birthday parties, so check Google for top-rated birthday party locations near you. You might be surprised at the local venues that offer all-inclusive birthday parties in private rooms. Check out malls, movie theatres, community centers, museums, restaurants, petting zoos, campgrounds and libraries. Many areas have activity centers or indoor playgrounds with different sports and fun things to do. Some have trampolines, bouncy houses, gymnastics equipment, tunnels, ball pits, video games, etc. This age group will probably have a ton of fun no matter the location. So, keep things active and exciting... with plenty of cake!
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 older kids, you can have the party at any of the locations mentioned above, plus more. But party guests are more demanding at this age, so you need to be careful in choosing something not too childish. Parties for older children tend to be more expensive and could last an entire day, so plan accordingly.
The most popular locations for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd birthday parties are inexpensive or free. In areas with harsh weather, indoors is always the best option. You can have the party at your own home, the home of a friend or family member, or reserve a space at a casual restaurant or club house. For an outdoors party, any backyard or park will do the trick. And remember, there will be lots of photos of you and your baby so have fun and remember to smile!