So I like to start planning ds's party quite early - it's in November. So I was sitting here thinking I don't wanna do the park again (it's been there the past two years) then it hit me that I'm going to be 8 months pregnant this year
So does anyone have any party suggestions that wouldn't be too much of a fuss but still a great day for ds? He has 9 cousins and some other kids will also be invited..
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03-05-2013 18:48 #1
4th Birthday Party.....
12-05-2013 08:52 #2
Could you do it at a local pool/water playground? November would be nice weather!
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12-05-2013 12:18 #3
Yeah that's a good idea thank you
12-05-2013 12:26 #4
If you have it at a play centre they organise everything for you so you can just relax
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12-05-2013 13:17 #5
We're doing our dd at a play centre. I'll be about 8 months too, and with 2 other kids I needed something easy!
It's costing 12ph for a min of 10 kids and we can supply all food and decorations for the party room which I liked as they way overcharge for food! I'll just be getting family to help out with a dish each or something. Saves me doing a big setup at my house and cleanup won't be an issue either. And games are already built in!
Easy fix for us
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12-05-2013 13:22 #6
DD is 4 in August and because ill have a newborn we are doing it at home.
She wants a mermaid party so I've made heaps of the decorations and the invitations already so I only really need to organize the food and party bags when the time comes.
I've bought everything to make DD a mermaid outfit and will just hire a face painter for entertainment. We also have a few games the kids can play and will probably have a craft table (did this at her last party and it was a massive hit!!)
If your not keen on having it at home you could always go to an indoor play center, local pool, PCYC also do parties.
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18-05-2013 18:24 #7
So I haven't yet decided on venue but I've decided on a theme... dinosaurs (thanks to George from Peppa Pig!) But my dilemma now is what about girls? Surely they wouldn't want dinosaur Lolly bags etc?? So do I do something different for them or keep everything the same?
18-05-2013 18:40 #8
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18-05-2013 18:51 #9
That defiantly would be a lot easier than buying different things. Thank you
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18-05-2013 19:00 #10
What about at your local play centre, timezone, Macca's (do people still have them there?), we have these tree top adventure parks around and kids have b'day parties there- there might be something like that where you live?
A day at a Farm, theme park, water park, etc.
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