Throwing a Kid’s Party? Here’s how you Make it A Success

Throwing a Kid’s Party? Here’s how you Make it A Success

Believe it or not, a good party doesn’t always have to be stressful. If you want to make sure that your next bash is as successful as it can be, then this is the guide for you.

Set a Budget

When you throw a kid’s party, you may find that the cost adds up very quickly. If you can, you need to set a budget before you even begin planning so that you can stop things from getting out of hand. Think about the cost-per-person and also try and think about how this is going to break down, to cover everything from food to drinks and even dessert. If you can do this, then you will soon find that it is easier for you to monitor what you are actually paying for as time goes on.

Choose a Date

It is vital to make sure that your date works for all of the key players when it comes to party planning. You have to make sure that it suits the families who are going to be attending the party as well as your own friends who may be helping out. It is always better for you to plan the party so that it takes place at the weekend, as this is usually when most people are free.

Do you Want to Use your Home?

Whether or not you plan to use your home will depend on the effort you want to put in. You have to remember that hosting a party at home is usually a lot of work and this is ideal if you are a very creative person. That being said, if you are on a budget, then it can also be an option. Just keep in mind that you will have to be the one cleaning everything up at the end.

Book a Venue

If you do make the decision to use a venue, then you have to make sure that you choose one that is suited to your child’s own interests. If they love bouncing around and running wild, then renting a bouncy castle could be a good option. If your child loves dinosaurs and history, then it could be possible for you to rent out a museum function room so that they can take a tour before letting loose. Choosing a theme is wise as it gives you some boundaries too. It may be wise for you to try and buy kids ride on Lamborghini’s if your child is a car fanatic, for example.

Guest List

If you have a preschool-aged child, then invite the whole class so you can stop people from having their feelings hurt. It’s fine for you to be a bit more selective if you have an older child or if you are just focusing on inviting their close friends though, so be sure to keep this in mind. You will want to account for the cost of invitations if possible when you are inviting people, as this will come out of your budget for every person you invite.

Kate Dyson

Kate is the Founder of The Motherload, the 'owner' of one husband, two daughters, two cats and one rabbit. She loves wine, loathes exercise and fervently believes in the power of women supporting women. Find me on instagram: @themotherloadhq

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