Category: Birthday Party Fun
As we prepare to host my daughter's third birthday party this weekend, my head is spinning with all of the little last minute details. Fortunately, I know I can turn to the trusty Discussion Forum to answer many of my party planning questions.
5 Birthday Party Planning Dilemmas:
What's the proper etiquette on inviting classmates and siblings?
To open presents during the party or not?
How to host a "no gifts please" party or con...
For some of us birthday’s can be headaches to organize. Here are some suggestions to make it a breeze:
First start with a guest list on evite. It’s easy to make attractive invitations and you can keep track of who is coming and find out food allergies in the mix.
Next, you can whip up some decorations fast and cheap. I like the dollar store or a party store for more options. Pick up plates, décor and napkins in one fell swoop. Another fun thing to add ...
Here are what I consider the 5 rules of birthday party etiquette to get you and your guests on the same page. Find your happy place, where you can plan and enjoy a fastastic celebration of your little one's big day.
#1 - Big or Small. The most imprtant rule is to stick to your own budget and family/friends. On the smaller side try a playdate with cupcakes, pajama party with 5 friends (HomeMade Pizza Co's Cutie Pie Kit & games), or meet up at your chil...Posted on January 19, 2012 at 7:00 AM
Planning a birthday party was so easy for our parents. They hung streamers and balloons, made a cake, invited kids, played “Pin the Tail on the Donkey” and called it a day. I suppose that if we had more space in our city dwelling, it would be that easy for us, too. That just isn’t the case for most city parents. We have limited space to entertain all of our kids’ friends and most of our kids need more direction than one simple game or they be...Posted on December 07, 2011 at 8:00 AM