If you're a new mum and your little one's special day is fast approaching, please don't be stressed. Instead, start with deciding when and where the party is going to be? How long will it last? Consider how many people will be invited.
Here are some tips to help you organise the birthday party:
The birthday party invitation:
Write down the party details, the theme, address, and your contact number.
Welcome the guest with some fun decorations, balloons, flowers, paper lanterns, hanging fluffy pompom paper, nice tablecloths and some ribbons.
- Pour a few different colors of paint to paint paper or rocks
- Prepare some chalks for sidewalk chalk station
- Toys in a sandbox
- Catching ducks in baby pond using a small rubber pool for kids.
Popcorn, chips, peanut, cookies, satay fruits and marshmallows make perfect party snacks. The main meal could include options such as hot dogs, chicken nuggets, mini sushi, rolled up slices of cheese and ham or a plate of noodle and a big bowl of salad.
In the winter it could be nice to prepare big pot of frankfurter cocktail with veggie soup. The guests may help themselves to a bowl of hot soup.
Plan the party drinks with cold drinks including lemonade and juice. Hot tea for the parents plus a cup of milk will be great and goes well with the cake.
Have glasses and cutlery that are safe for the kids to use. Prepare a little plastic bin and provide napkins for the mess.
Create more fun things to keep the kids cheerful like balloon burst, pass the parcel, musical statues, duck duck goose, musical chairs and the memory game.
Party or Lolly Bags:
Reward kids with a little jewelry, paper crown, sticker book and other mini toys in a goodies bag.
Once you write down everything then you will know how much budget you will need to spend and be ready for the party.