Posted by Francis Rivas at Monday, December 14th, 2020 - 01:27:25 AM in Birthday Party
Prepare your guest list weeks or months in advance so no one gets left out. Depending on the theme of your party, you can search the web for the right images for your invitations. There are also many free printables that are available online. You can also hire the services of professionals to make your invitations. Once your invitations are ready, send them out two to three weeks prior to the party. Don't send the invitations when it is already very near the party date because your guests might have made other plans and commitments.
Goodie bags are also a great idea for the princesses besides the birthday gifts for the guest of honor. Fill these goodie bags with plenty of pink stuff that are relatively inexpensive but that little girls will love such as lip glosses, some plastic jewelry, some candy, hair clips, etc. This will be fun for all the girls and perfect for a party fit for a princess.
Think about having a Birthday Treasure Hunt. You'll need your video camera for this one. It is a one-of-a-kind, birthday party movie making adventure that starts your birthday child and all their guests in a simple but extremely fun mini-movie they will be talking about for a long time to come. Be creative with what you will use for "treasures" and where you will hide them.
The first birthday party will be remembered forever by you and the guests, but probably not by the baby. It's important to keep it simple and relaxed. Even a simple birthday party can be overwhelming for your baby, so keep the guest list small and the timeframe short.
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?