Hosting a Kids Party


Kids’ parties are a fabulous way for kids to have fun. It is the day when the kids are under the spot light and parents acquiesce with all their tender little requests and nagging demands.

A kids party can range from birthday parties to Christmas and New Year parties. Some other parties which are a favourite with the kids are Pillow Pals party and the Slumber Party.

But sure enough to make it a success, the kids’ party requires a lot of meticulous planning and organisation.

The birthday is the day when the kid becomes the cynosure of all eyes, it’s the day whose cherished memories the birthday kid wants to treasure forever. Birthday celebrations are of immense value to the kids and hence the birthday party is probably the most important kids’ party of all. Thus organizing such a party requires some tedious work and perfect planning.

The invitation card needs to be well-thought out with innovative creations. The party theme needs to be mentioned along with a specification of whether it will be a day or an overnight party. Personal invitations definitely score a lot. The party venues should be decked up with all the kids’ favourites – colourful balloons, streamers of various patterns and along with them, some peppy numbers would aid in adding up to the exciting atmosphere that is ideal for kids.

Springy games are a part and parcel of all kids party. Games like the Pirate Party, Alphabet Party, Musical Chairs, Bean Bag Toss are guaranteed to give the kids unbridled joy.

Another important ingredient of a kids’party is the food. Lip-smacking dishes are a sure way to bowl the kids over. Desserts like the Cheesecake or the Chocolate Cake are a huge hit with kids.

Giving away return gifts is considered to be a very popular and wonderful gesture amongst kids and a ‘Thank You’ note after that makes the whole occasion all the more worth-remembering!

The Christmas and the New Year Party too have their share of significance for the kids.

The former incorporates a lot of fun activities like hiring a Santa or asking the kids to turn up with reindeer horns. The latter involves arranging a balloon blast to be done at the stroke of midnight.

The other off-beat kids party can be the Pillow Pal’s Party which mainly centres on pillow fights and the Slumber Party which requires sleeping bags or even a tent for the adventurous kids.

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7 thoughts on “Hosting a Kids Party”

  1. David Clarkson says:

    You’ve outdone this time. This is probably the best, most concise step by step guide. I was planning a Back to school party for my kids, you helped me a lot.

  2. Dave Bryant says:

    Great article guys. One question- what are ‘peppy numbers’?

    1. ohmymetv says:

      Thanks Dave. Peppy means high energy and lively!

  3. Patricia Brown says:

    I was going to pay for a party organiser but after reading this I’ve got a buzz for party DIY ; ) Ps. Chocolate cake wins… My kids hate cheesecake!

  4. georgia says:

    You’ve shared really nice kids party ideas, for me if we assign the task of making invitation cards to our kiddos, it will enhance their creativity. Loved all that you’ve shared.

  5. Wilford Mohamad says:

    Assisted me a lot, just what I was searching for : D.

  6. Jolene Pullian says:

    some truly excellent posts on this site, thankyou for contribution.

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