How to Make a Kid's Birthday Party Unforgettable

By: Richard Curtain


Planning a birthday party for your kid is one big challenge. Aside from the budget you need to set aside for the party, the preparation itself is quite an undertaking. However challenging it might be, it doesn't have to be more difficult than you think it is. The skills and patience to plan an event will be most useful. If you don't think you have those characteristics, it would always be easier to hire an events planner or coordinator. It might cost more than doing it on your own but it will be less troublesome for you.

A birthday party for a child requires more than just good food and entertainment. Remember that the more important guests in your party are the children and not the adults, so you need to cater to the children's idea of fun and entertainment. Here are some elements you might want to consider if you want a most unforgettable kid's birthday party.

Magic and Games

Kids are always fascinated about magic. Hiring a professional magician would provide good entertainment for the children and would leave them wondering and in awe of what they have just seen and experienced. Some interaction will also create a more engaging and fun event. You can play simple Bring Me game or guess the animated movie based on the music. This wouldn't be complete without a good host or game master, someone who is great with children. Moreover, always be ready with great prizes, not just for the winner but for the participants as well. Kids will be disappointed if they don't get to bring home a prize. Make sure you have enough prizes for all your little guests.

A Mini-Carnival

Aside from the games hosted by a game master, you can have mini-carnival games set up on the side. Kids can win teddy bears and different toys if they shoot hoops, hit all miniature bowling pins, or pin the tail. There are many mini-carnival games to choose from but it would most definitely require more funds to add this fun part to your kid's party.

Party Favors and Decoration

A birthday party won't be as fun without colorful balloons. In the events planning business, what's new is the art of balloon arrangement. Just like flowers of different colors and sizes are arranged together to create a beautiful bouquet or centerpiece, balloons nowadays are arranged expertly to create unique and nice decorations. Different colors and shapes of balloons are combined to create a new shape like an animal or flowers.

For a kid's birthday party, balloons will never go out of style. For centerpieces, instead of traditional flowers, you can also use balloons or tabletop-mounted stickers in the shape of popular cartoon characters. For princess themes, a mirror, miniature dollhouse or wardrobe would look fancy as a centerpiece. This can also be a nice party favor but make sure you give every kid a lootbag or party favor with toys and candies. Other options for party favor would be a coloring book set or a bath/grooming essentials for kids.

Food and Drinks

Always make sure you serve food for kids and adults. You can have cookies, cupcakes, nacho chips, fries, mash potato, and mini-burgers for the kids, while the adults can have pasta, salad and other catering food.

Always prepare a good budget if you want to make a party fun and memorable. Get the supplies you need in reliable party supplies stores or contact supplies in your area. An experienced events planner will probably have contacts from all around town. You can get help from a hired planner or do it on your own with more time and energy to plan a party.

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Richard Curtain used to work for a caterer and party planner in Melbourne. With his exposure to party preparations and scouting for supplies online and offline, he developed the knack for being a party thrower himself. For party supplies, you can find custom printed balloons, fancy dress costumes, decorations, party favor ideas, and wigs in Australia in this site.

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