Posted by Jaclyn Dunn at Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 - 01:29:15 AM in Birthday Party
Don't forget the extras-Just because it is a surprise birthday party, there is no reason to forget the extras. You can have games, activities, crafts, and even party bags that are all specific to the age group of the party. For a party that encompasses kids to adults, consider having theme tables. Crafts and activities for kids, with quieter spots for adults to gather and converse. As a final touch be sure to leave some disposable cameras around so that party guests can snap pictures of each other, and the birthday boy or girl enjoying the party.
How would you like your house full of party guests to be kept busy with quiet games and activities during the last half hour of your child's party? If you plan on making a birthday party craft with the guests, make sure you create a prototype, for the guests to see and for you to gauge the difficulty level of the craft before the birthday party begins.
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.
Regardless of the location of the party, you will require an array of party supplies. The supplies are chosen according to the age and preferences of the person whose birthday is to be celebrated. You will need invitations and different types of event decorations such as brightly colored balloons, hats, bells, whistles, costumes, chairs, tables, party linens and food service items.
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.