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Planning a birthday party for your kids can be overwhelming and stressful, especially if you don’t have a plan. You might be thinking to yourself: where do I start, the decorations or the food? If you’re stressed about planning the party, it’s likely you might forget some key parts of the party. So if you’re wondering how to plan the perfect order of events for a kids’ birthday party while still keeping your sanity, you’re in the right place.
1. Choose a Theme
The first step to planning a kid’s birthday party is choosing a theme. While not all parties have to have a theme, it’s encouraged to think of one to make the party more unique and align with your child’s interests. Think about your child’s favorite activity or movie as a starting place. These can make great party themes. Other areas to think about when choosing a theme are favorite places to visit, toys, or characters they look up to. Some themes will be easier to find party accessories for, more than others, but it makes for a good opportunity to get creative and get the whole family involved in the brainstorming process!
2. Determine the Guest List & Send Invitations
The next step is to determine who you’re inviting and then to send out invitations. While this may seem like a fairly easy step, it can actually be rather difficult. The best way to decide who is on the guest list is to determine a budget and how many children can come within that budget. This makes it easier to start choosing the main guests, such as close family and friends. From there, if there is some wiggle room, go ahead and add others. Also, some parties may be for friends only and others may be a family party. It’s important to know what kind of party you want before you make your guest list.
3. Pick the Location
There are plenty of great places to have a kid’s party, but there are also many things to take into consideration before deciding on a location. The first thing you should decide is if you’ll throw the party at home or if you want to hire a venue. Throwing a party at home can sometimes save money (other times more once you add it all up), but most party venues include things like games, activities, take pictures, plus set up and clean up, which can save a lot of time and stress. A party at home can also make it impossible for you and your family to enjoy the party and spend time with the birthday boy/girl because you are busy hosting and getting things ready for the next activity. Hiring a venue that includes a host will allow you to relax and take in the special moments.
4. Order Food
The next step is ordering food. Most parents might think this is simple, however, there are many allergies and dietary restrictions that you should be aware of before feeding other parents’ children.
Before deciding on your food for the party, it’s important to ask yourself these questions:
1. Do any of the guests have food allergies or dietary restrictions?
2. Do I need to provide options for different dietary restrictions?
3. What time should the food be ordered for?
Ordering the food in advance for a certain time will also prevent delays. If you call ahead by a week or at least a few days to order your birthday party food, this ensures that it will be ready at the proper time.
5. Purchase (or Make) Decor & Party Favors
If your party is at a rented venue, there’s a good chance that they will decorate for you – and might even supply party favors. However, if you need to supply favors and decorate yourself, you can do that a couple of different ways.
Buy decorations/party favors
Make decorations/party favors
Other DIY decorations
But having your list and checking it twice is sometimes still quite overwhelming. Here at Team ELM we’re here to help! Offering our services to help plan and run a birthday party as smoothly as possible!
Prices reflect a 2 hour party package.
Extra Staff: $25 per person per hour
Extra Hours: $50 per additional hour
Face Painting: $35
Party Themes: Spa/Beauty, Dance and Show, Fashion/Dress-Up, Sports and Outdoor Games,
Arts and Crafts, Cooking, Slumber Party, Swimming and Pool Games
Contact us for pricing on supervision at Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Weddings, Sweet 16s, and all other events.
With the warm weather coming, we are all anxious to get outdoors and soak in the sun, however there is still a pandemic going on. So, what can we do to still be safe and enjoy time with our kiddos outdoors? Here are a few of our ideas with some tips and tricks on how you can stay as safe as possible!
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Working with children in this way allows you to see growth and progress in amazing, measurable ways. While there may be setbacks, you will see the joy on each child's face as they learn new things from you. You can feel good about a career choice that makes a difference in the lives of children and their families. Working with kids is fun, no single day at work is the same. Children make you a more knowledgeable person: Children are, by nature, very curious. Working with children reminds you of how amazing and exciting the world can be. You’ll love seeing things from their eyes. It makes you a happier and more positive person in your day-to-day life. Children also encourage you to use your imagination and find new creative ways to do things! Here are some of our favorite reasons why we love working with children!
You are the witness of so many wonderful ‘firsts.’
You get to be a part of the messy, amazing learning process.
You see so many smiles.
You experience parenthood vicariously.
You celebrate the little things every single day.
You are a crucial part of each child’s development.
You are an example of love in its truest form.
Team ELM is hiring! So if this sounds like something you want to do, reach out to us at 732-301-7015 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org . We are always looking for compassionate, reliable people to join our Team!
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