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Start a little early-You will want to get the food out around ½ an hour, before the birthday person arrives and the drinks around 15-10 minutes earlier. This way you don't have to rush out to get more things, and the party can start as soon as the birthday star gets there!
From the time you order your supplies until the day of your kid's birthday party, you can help keep your child interested in the theme with some special activities. If you plan a Princess-themed party for a little girl, you can mail her a birthday card and sign the name of her favorite princess. You can take your little boy on a real train ride to keep him excited about a Thomas the Tank Engine theme, or take your child to the zoo if the theme of your kid's birthday party is jungle animals.
Make sure to send invitations early. Kids and parents seem to have very busy scheduled these days, so it is always a good idea to invite ahead of time. Two great places to order kids birthday party invitations are Etsy and TinyPrints. Etsy is the best place to start if you are looking for unique party invitations that will be a perfect match to your kids birthday party theme. There are plenty of shops that create custom invitations.
Ever think about having a "circus stunts" party? The party goers could do the stunts, which could be anything from diving through hula hoops to attempting to juggle rubber balls.
Plan the date and time of your kids birthday party first, worry about the theme and party supplies when the date gets nearer. If you buy invitations and send them out in advance with a request that your guests RSVP about 3 weeks before the party, you can delay buying theme party supplies for your kids birthday party until you know who is coming. As a result, your child has less time to change their mind about the theme!