The most popular formula is Child’s age + 1. For children under 8 years old, invite as many children as the child’s age plus one. Many parents choose to add 1 or 2 to this.
Begin planning your child’s Birthday party 4-5 weeks in advance. This will allow you plenty of time for on-line shopping, ordering cakes and asking friends or family to help you .
Planning an upcoming kid party for your child’s upcoming birthday then you need to know the best time of day to host a party. 1:00 – 3:00 or 2:00 – 4:00. The good news you can even simplify the food you will be serving as you won’t need to serve a meal but instead just […]
This week create a FUN Birthday favor with the DIY MOMS Surprise ball of yarn. Surprise Ball of Yarn! from: The Young Miller’s Blog Have you ever heard of a Wonderball? A Wonderball is a Victorian gifting tradition of trinkets and charms. For this project, I tweaked it a bit and made it a “Surprise […]
From: Family Fun Magazine When it comes to crafts I search for those Mommy Stewart ones “SIMPLE”. I have never claimed to be a Martha Stewart Mom. I don’t like to spend $3-$5 on greeting cards, fortunately my kids love to make their own. However, often TIME and the making of a huge mess keep […]
I have now planned and thrown over 50 birthday party celebrations for my children and have plenty more to plan and throw. With each party I have learned what I will do again and what I will never do again for future parties. Being the organized freak that I am, I know that to survive […]