Ideas For Hosting A Legendary Birthday Party That Your Child Will Never Forget

Ideas For Hosting A Legendary Birthday Party That Your Child Will Never Forget

July 19, 2014 0 By Adam Kirby

Though most people don’t have the money or time to do it every year, sometimes it is nice to lay on a party for our child’s birthday. There are a few tips and tricks to getting it right, and you must know them because your little one might be judged on it at school. Yes, social politics come into play at a young age these days.

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We are not talking about a party for a teenager here; it is impossible to please them. It is a party for children who are still in the happy stage of life. It is also a time when you can reap your reward from the looks on the delighted faces of the children.

Here are a few ideas for hosting a legendary party.

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The Invites

Send out personal invitations to all of their friends. It is easy to do these days thanks to computers and the free software that is available online. You can print on the insides of the card and use some craft materials to decorate the outside. The time you spend with your little one to make the invites is a valuable part of the party process. Here is some information you should include on the invitations.

  • The name of the host and the address of the party.

  • The start and finish times of the party.

  • Note if the parents can stay too.

  • List the entertainment.

The Food

Jam sandwiches and orange squash are a thing of the past. Kids today want Donald Russell burgers and fizzy pop. Give them what they want, just this once. Of course, the cake needs to be something special. Most people know someone who is an amateur cake maker, so put them to use. Think about your child’s interests. Maybe they have a favourite television character or they like a particular animal. The clues are there.


Leave the magicians and clowns for other people’s parties. Search for entertainment management companies online, and see if you can find a live band that is suitable to play for this private crowd. Kids love to boogie on down to the music from any era, so it shouldn’t be hard to find a group.

Hire a DJ to keep the kids moving before and after the band. Wow, this party sounds awesome!

You could also hire a swimming pool and a bouncy castle for the day. All of these things add up to give a thrilling experience to your guests.

The End

If you have done your job, the children will be exhausted and barely able to keep their eyes open. The sudden rush of sugar from the fizzy pop will have given them enough energy to dance and jump about. Now they should be coming down from that rush, and you will notice how quiet the crowd has become. hand them back to their parents with a party bag containing sweets, cake, and maybe a small present.

Your party will go down in the annals of time. When they are all at university, they will look back at the great party of ‘14 and say “I was there.” Mission complete!