This is the second of a two-part series packed with tips and tricks to help you host a children’s party for under $100. In part I, I explained how to save money on the venue and activities. Eight super fun activities and prizes to go with them added up to $25. Part II tackles
How much are you prepared to spend on hosting a children’s party? I know of one grandmother who forked out more than $400 for her grandchild’s first birthday. A birthday he is unlikely to remember. The costs can add up really fast if you let them. But they don’t have to.
One of the best things about receiving party invitations is that it opens the door to a wonderful human emotion – anticipation. Right away you can see yourself at that future event, having fun, speaking to friends and meeting new people. Creating that sense of anticipation is the first step in designing a
Most of us have experienced the fun of visiting the local bowling alley and testing our skills against those pins. Or trying to win a huge stuffed animal at the ring toss game in a carnival sideshow. Some of us have even experienced the frustration of hitting a tiny golf ball towards an
Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project – recipes for food fit for fairies. Actually, this food is also fit for pirates, robots, princesses, dragons – whatever theme for a party you come up with. Have you ever noticed how everyone loves the end bits when it comes to sausage rolls? My easy
Planning a party for the little ones? What can possibly go wrong? The comedian, W.C. Fields knew what he was talking about when he advised; “Never work with children or animals”. Why? Because they’re unpredictable and you can never be certain of outcomes when they’re involved. That being said, it is possible