Kids Party Place
Looking at cheap Kids Party Places – look no further
If you can’t face having it at home, or don’t have enough space, and are searching for Kids Party Places, come and have a look at our free hall to hire where you can host your child’s summer parties. We have a large hall that you are welcome to decorate or you can hold your party in the outdoor garden.
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Email invitations or download them for free from websites such as Netmums.
A fun idea from Mumsnet is to write the details on an inflated balloon, let the air out and ask the nursery or school to hand them out after class.
Share the party with one of your children’s friends with a birthday around the same time and keep it short, say two hours rather than three. Keep numbers down by making it clear that guests’ brothers and sisters aren’t invited.
Young ones typically don’t eat much, so there is no need to go overboard. We offer a simple children’s buffet including Sandwiches, crisps and ice cream with a flake for £5/head. For unlimited squash we offer a buffet at £6/head.
You can ask family and friends to bake the cake for you. If you’re not a baker, and don’t know an enthusiastic amateur, buy plain fairy cakes and get the kids to decorate them.
Borrow a tablecloth and decorations from a friend. Or get a plain white paper cloth, scatter crayons and stickers on it and get the children to draw on it. Balloons are always popular, especially if you customise with glitter.
Professional children’s party entertainers are expensive. Why not keep the stress and cost down by doing it yourself. You can always organise traditional games such as blind man’s bluff, pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey and musical chairs.
Or, if you’re feeling a little braver you can attempt to learn how to entertain children yourselves. Youtube is a mass of educational videos including learning how to do magic tricks, balloon modelling and face painting, as well as tips for making children laugh and what to do when they cry or misbehave.
These are a real bone of contention and thinking up what to put in them can be stressful. Even if you buy loads of plastic toys from a pound shop this can quickly add up. One idea is to buy a set of books such as the Mr Men series and let the children choose one to take away. A book will last far longer than a tatty toy that will be broken by bedtime. Or do a lucky dip.
If you must have a going-home gift, decorate brown paper bags and buy seeds, multipacks of sweets and stickers to fill them and a slice of cake. Or fill a jar with sweets and tie a ribbon round it.