How To Plan A Kids’ Party In A Short Time Period?

Whether you forgot your child’s birthday, or you had to unexpectedly plan a niece or nephew’s birthday party, here are 4 major tips to help you plan it successfully…

First, the invitations

Making the guest list and sending out the invitations is the first job to get done. After all, knowing exactly how many guests are coming will make it easier for you to plan the rest of the party as well. Remember that this is a kids’ party, so the majority of your guests should your child’s guests. It does help if you have a few adults around though, both for your own fun and entertainment as well as for helping you keep an eye on the kids. And though making your own invitations is fun and all that, since you don’t have a lot of time, telephone invitations or e-invitations will do quite well. if you want, you can get your child’s help in creating the invitation…

The cake and the food

The most important part in most parties. Take our advice, and get professional help to make the cake. Even if you are a brilliant baker, having to do it in short notice can be stressful; besides, you have a lot more to see to! Most kids party catering Sydney services should be able to handle this part quite well too. As for the rest of the food, it’s always best to keep in mind that you don’t need to “fill” your guests with the refreshments you offer. Finger foods should do more than enough.

To theme or not to theme?

Children love having themes for their parties; and adults indulge them in it because it gives them a chance to let loose their inner child as well. however, since you don’t have a lot of time for this particular event, it will be easier on your if you don’t have a very complicated theme to work with. A garden themed party or a picnic themed party for example, should work quite well with your time frame. Since you are inviting adults as well, and you can’t feed them the same food as the children’s, opt for a sandwich catering service as well…

The fun and the entertainment