It is always nice to choose something that your little one really likes so that he or she feels part of the decision making, print and cut out a number of ideas and create an ideas board – this can be great fun and can be quite entertaining itself!
Once you all have decided on a theme, add in a colour scheme to the party that fits well within the theme. You can then use the colour scheme to dress, decorate and accessorise the party room or area.
Here are some themed ideas to get you started!
Once you have selected your theme it time to get to work with buying in what you need – usually once you have received the rsvp’s back you will have an idea of numbers. Think about your budget and keep to it. Its so easy to buy in extra and often food goes un-eaten. We suggest keep it very simple – have 4 or 5 different food choices and mix in fresh vegetables and fruit.
Lastly you have put so much time and effort into the party – 2 hours can fly by. Hire an entertainer, when booking advise the Children’s entertainer that you have a theme and can you work with it.
We booked Bubbles Crew Parties for our daughter’s 5th Birthday party and he far exceeded our expectations. The afternoon was fun filled and entertaining, our daughter and her friends had a brilliant time and enjoyed every minute of it. He was that entertaining I paid him more than he had asked for ,he was worth every penny and considering the party took place within the Yeoman Warders Club within the Tower of London and that the children wanted to explore the Tower, he kept their attention to the very end.
Anyone with small children will know that keeping them enthralled and interested can be difficult, he did that in spades.