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Posted by Dionne Vance at Monday, November 09th, 2020 - 09:56:16 AM in Birthday Party
Completing and mailing birthday party invitations is an unwelcome chore. No wonder parents are tempted to streamline the process by personally handing out birthday party invitations at school.
Planning is vitally important! It is important to plan well in advance of the party! Remember that on top of all the usual party planning, you will have to keep certain aspects very secret. This leads to the need for even more planning.
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.
One of the first things you should do is select a theme for your girls birthday party. The best place to start is her interests. What is your girl into these days? Does she have a favorite hobby or TV show? If your girl is old enough, you can ask her what theme she would prefer. If you are planning a surprise birthday party, then you can look for help from her friends.
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.