Thursday, March 28, 2019

How To Throw A Great Birthday Party For Your Child ♥

There are some things that echo with us from our childhoods - our achievements at school, the times we felt like we had impressed our parents or achieved something, and also, our birthday parties.

As children, we didn’t need the most extravagant parties to feel enjoyment or to remember them fondly. This is in stark contrast to how we wish to fully celebrate our milestone birthdays with something ‘amazing.’

As children, as long as our families were there, some of our friends were there, and we had the ability to run around a lot, we were happy.

It can be nice to extend this celebratory ideal to our children, giving them birthday parties to love and experience. Often, the most simple and enjoyable the better here. Tyler had his first ever birthday party with friends back in February for his 6th birthday and he had an absolute ball of a time! He's already begun talking about next years party!

You needn’t spend thousands of pounds on your child's birthday party, nor travel to some exotic country to see the sights (although if I had the money I wouldn't rule it out!). You simply need to consider what might be the most fun. Who knows, you might accidentally have some yourself! If you're looking to save money but still throw your child an amazing party then check out my 8 thrifty kids birthday party ideas.

Here are some things to consider when you want to throw a great birthday party for your child.

Marvel
No, not the superheroes, although if you want to theme it around that or something similar, you’re thinking along the right lines! We simply mean that considering how to help the attendant children become astonished can help them out. For example, hiring a magician from the Alive Network https://www.alivenetwork.com/hirelivemusic/hire_a_band_in.asp?area=London&style=Magicians is much superior to the clown route everyone seems to find endearing, or potentially taking them to a planetarium can have a similar effect.

Something that helps them feel quite enthralled and marvel at the world can help the birthday party feel truly stunning, even if that’s marveling at the indoor climbing space you have brought them to. If you're trying to think of some amazing things to do for a toddler's birthday I've shared some amazing toddler birthday party ideas on the blog before.

The Invite List
You wouldn’t invite everyone you know to your wedding, so why do the same for your child’s birthday? It might be that limiting the invite list could help you save some money, and for your child to have a good time with their real friends.

Inviting the whole class might end up costing you a whole lot more than you wanted to spend on the party or, simply stress you out more than you feel possible! Just invite the people your child likes - it’s much easier that way. Tyler is in a class of 26 and it just wasn't feasible for us to invite everyone to his birthday party, so we invited the boys, a couple of the girls and a couple of his friends from outside school too. This was more than enough people and it meant that he got a chance to play with everyone.

Relevancy
Consider what your child might actually enjoy. It could be much different to that you expect. For example, if your child loves learning, why not bring them and a friend to the museum, and head out for a nice meal?

There’s no reason to force any child to a climbing play environment, to take them to bowling, or to make them do anything they’re not interested in.

Let’s say they’re super into movies. Why not take them to the cinema and arrange for the projectionist to show them around? Why not help them attend a sports show for a big match?

Considering whatever relevancy to your child’s interests you can will have a big impact on their excitement, rather than simply going for an obvious package deal.

With these three things in mind you'll be sure to throw a great birthday party for your child, one that they'll really enjoy and will remember for years to come.


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