Children's birthday parties can be terribly expensive, and at this time of year with Christmas on the horizon it can be especially hard. Here are a couple of easy ways you can significantly cut the cost of your child's party, without cutting out the fun.
So you're starting to think about your child's birthday party, and in particular one of the main issues which requires a great deal of thought and planning - the party food. It can be a bit of an issue for many parents, and you'll get different suggestions from people depending on who you talk to. Here are three different opinions to consider when it comes to planning children's party food.
Children's parties can be a little expensive at times, they can involve a great deal of mess and clearing up, and result in a significant amount of wastage. So how would you like to be able to cut the cost of a children's birthday party, massively reduce the mess and time it takes to tidy up afterwards, and cut wastage down to almost nothing?
In today's blog we look at a Guinness World Record attempt at birthday candles, and a few alternative ideas for setting fire to birthday cakes in different ways.
Today we're going to look at four things which are helpful to think about when choosing party plates for your children's birthday party. Often people tend to overlook at least one or two of these points, and so we hope it may be useful to draw these to your attention.