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    Default First birthday parties!

    Hi all. Just beginning to organize dd's 1st bday party but no idea where to start. What did you do ? Who did you invite/how many people? Where did you have it and roughly how much did it cost? Tia 😊

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    Well depends on a few things.

    Do you have enough space at home? If so would you be happy to have it there? If not, what about a play centre or local park?

    As for guests, are you close with extended family? Your and your OH friends, if you are part of a mothers group those people.

    Cost, well I can't really say. We didn't have a party for ds1 until he was 5 so can't really compare the cost. It really depends on the venue, amount of guests and what your provide food and entertainment wise.

    Hope that somewhat helps



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    Nope not enough space at home and prob looking at around 50+ people I know it sounds like a lot but they add up so quick with family etc. can't count on a park because it will be first day of spring so could be lovely weather or could be cold and raining so thinking we might have to hire something and no play centers around here 😔


 

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