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    Cool Play cafe parties

    Opinions please!

    I was thinking about having dd1 4th birthday at a play cafe. Ive been looking at different cafes and their packages they offer.

    I am thinking about having her party at a play cafe (hosted) purely to take the pressure off myself, the mess can be kept there and they kids can go crazy on the playground.

    Who has had a party at a play cafe? Is it worth it? Who has been to one? What have your experiences been like?

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    I've been to loads of parties at playcentres. I had my daughter's second birthday at one.

    The kids have always had a ball!

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    We had my son's party at one yesterday. It's worth every cent! I was able to relax and enjoy his birthday and take part in some games with him without worrying about preparing food or serving refreshments. We loved it!

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    I used to run the parties at a play centre all the kids always had a ball and the parents got to sit back with a coffee whole the kids all played together!!

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    yes definitely worth the money. DD had her 2nd bday at a play cafe, plenty of food for parents and kids and everyone got to relax and have a good time. do it!

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    It's a great idea, you don't have to do a thing and the kids llove it....

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    My kids have been to lots of those types of parties, they love them and so do the parents.

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    Yep my DD had her 5th bday (joint party with her cousin who was 4) at a play centre!! Soooo good!! No stress, no cooking, kids had a great time, parents had a coffee - just awesome!

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    Subscribing as I am actually currently looking into it myself for dds 4th birthday...

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    Thanks everyone.

    What kind of package did you go for? The most basic or one that includes everything including platters for parents, lolly bags etc.

    Also how long before the party did you book the party? Did you go to a few different play cafes before deciding which one you like best? So far Ive just looked at webpages and only concidering the ones that are the cheapest per a child.


 

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