Children celebrate their birthdays only for a short while. In fact, by the age of thirteen, they are no longer considered kids. When they become a teenager, they will no longer be that baby you used to adore so much.
Why not make each birthday memorable, then? After all, they grow up so fast. Show them how much you love and care for them by giving them memorable birthdays every time.
Party Venue for Hire
Birthday parties don’t have to happen at home. Brisbane’s Laruche.com.au suggests hiring party venues for all adult parties to spare you from the hassle of preparing and hosting the party. While there may not be as much choice for children’s parties, there are still plenty of venues that will cater for your child’s party. It may be a little expensive to hold a party at a public venue, but it will surely spare you from all the stress. You can also protect your privacy.
Food and Drinks
Preparing a child’s party is easy if you already know what children want. It’s easy to predict what kids like to eat and drink: spaghetti, fried chicken, pizza, ice cream and soft drinks. You can either prepare these yourself or hire a caterer. Even decorating the venue can be made easy by choosing things kids love. Balloons, polka dots, and bubbles make any venue likeable for a child.
Games and Raffles
You can hire a clown to be the host of your child’s program. Other than entertaining children, the clown can teach them simple dance steps. The kid who dances best can win a prize.
Kids also like to take home nice treats. You can give each child a loot bag with goodies and hold a raffle at the end of the program. Unisex toys, board games, and art and craft materials make wonderful raffle prizes.
Printouts and Memories
Finally, be sure to take photos and videos of your child’s party. Keep an album of printed photos from different birthday celebrations. Don’t forget to add labels. You can also keep them in a hard drive so it would be easy to retrieve later in your child’s life.
It is up to you if you want to hire a party venue or celebrate your child’s birthday at home. But if you are not a party planner or want to spend more time with your kid instead, there’s the option to ask for some help!