Eugene Porter. Themes Birthday. October 04th , 2017.
Remember those bouncy houses from childhood? This party idea an inflatable games adventure, with laser tag and gigantic obstacle courses, puts a spin on the inflatable games idea. It offers plenty of grown-up appeal and an abundance of wow factor. One caveat: do not hold a party of this type on a breezy day. Also, make sure you hire party rental company staff to install and adequately tether the structures and to supervise them throughout the event.
If you don’t have a specific theme in mind, just browse the Complete Theme Kid Birthday Party Ideas Section to spark ideas. And even if you can’t find that one theme you’re after, many of the ideas can be adapted with a bit of creativity. So just mix-and-match ideas and turn them into your own custom theme. Just remember that the ideas you’ll find here have AWESOME potential, but they need a few very special ingredients: Your creativity, your time, your energy and your ENTHUSIASM! The most important thing to remember is that, YES, you can throw the coolest birthday party for your child – and you can do it on your own better than anyone else!
Have you got another kid birthday party coming up? It’s probably one of the most special days for your child. And, as parents, we want to give it our best. But how?! Where do we even begin? How do we throw a birthday party that’s so special without having to throw away so much money?! And if we don’t pay for entertainer or a special venue, how will we entertain the kids without losing our minds? How will we decorate? What will they eat? All these questions and so many more immediately spring up.
Grab a couple of your teen’s closest friends and catch a baseball game or a show. Hit the beach, go river rafting, or book a cooking-for-college class at a local kitchen boutique. If you go the ball game route, be sure to arrange for a happy birthday message on the scoreboard! It is a moment of embarrassment that they will appreciate and never forget. A pricier, but luxe party option involves renting a limousine for a couple of hours. This idea has particular appeal to teenage girls who like the idea of a glamorous, dressed up night on the town. They can tour the city, snap glamorous photos of each other and grab dinner at a teen-pleasing restaurant like the Cheesecake Factory, a favorite with the prom crowd.
Fishing Party Games Target Fishing Set out targets on the lawn such as hula hoops at different lengths from where the kids will stand for the game and see who can cast their line and hit the targets. Instead of hula hoops set out buckets and see who can cast their line into the buckets. Fishing Game Players fish for prizes! Use a large appliance box, a blue sheet hung across a doorway or a covered table to create a hiding spot for an adult or older child to hide behind and give prizes to the players who are fishing. Make fishing poles by tying string to a stick and attach a clothespin on the end of the string. Birthday guests take turns casting the line into the water. The person in the water puts small gifts, favors or candy on the clothespin and then tugs the string to signal that there is a fish on the line. Then kids pull up the line and retrieve their prize. Have lots of prizes because they will all want to play this game again and again!
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