Let’s put you in a scenario. You’re planning an event- any event really: birthday bash, anniversary, kitchen tea or even a baby shower. The first party venue that you find is affordable, but a little bit far. The next place you find is close by, and it looks stunning, but the event and party catering is too expensive. Next, you find a party venue that is ideally located, but it looks bland and uninspiring.
Well, realistically, the third venue is the best option, because venue location and cost is out of your control, but you can manipulate aesthetic appeal easily. Ultimately you want to keep your décor expenses low enough so that it doesn’t override the price you would pay for the pretty, expensive venue. Here is how you can do it, using balloons only!
It’s that time again! Your child is driving you crazy with their sheer excitement about their upcoming birthday – not counting the fact that they change their mind about what theme they want for their party at least twice a day! Sound familiar? You are not alone, dear parent. All you need to do is find a venue and a reliable kid’s party hire company, and you are good to go! From the setting up of tables and chairs, to food and entertainment and activities, everything can be organised for you.
While most families are packing their trailers and getting ready to hit the coast, some of us are stuck here with a pile of work and only a few fellow Pretorians left.
So what are the people staying this side of the country getting up to for New Year celebrations? If you feel like hosting your own event at home, but you don’t have much time for last minute party planning, read these few tips.
Now that the festive season is here and it’s time to break out the fair stalls, you may be wondering how you can shake things up to make this year’s stall better than last year’s. Attending a fair that’ll bring your community together this season (be it a fundraiser, church fair or simply a coming together in your neighbourhood) is the perfect way to contribute and become part of that community spirit.
A Frozen themed birthday party seems like the perfect winter kids event decor for this year! You could set up a warm hot cocoa table served with fluffy marshmallows, while matching the striking blue colour themes of the very popular movie to the icy weather. For many young kids who have not had the opportunity to celebrate their birthday with a Frozen theme, I believe that this summer is the perfect time to do so. Putting together activities, food and décor for a Frozen party is a lot of fun! Here are some ideas to help you turn an ice-cold theme into a fun summer party:
Now that the winter cold is slowly returning from whence it came, we can once again breathe easily and take some joy from coming together outside, be it morning or evening. Due to this pleasant change of temperature, nothing is more satisfying than tailoring the event you’ve been planning to suit the season. How, may you ask, will we do this? Well, here are some tips to get you started:
What’s the longest you have ever struggled with brainstorming typical theme ideas for your son/daughter’s next birthday party? And then when you finally come up with the perfect theme, you are reminded that Joshua or Lizzy from school just had that same theme about a month ago for their birthday. Or you realise that you have set up unrealistic goals because party décor hire of a life-size, make-believe spaceship is impossible to find.
Summer is around the corner and everybody is getting ready to get their swimsuits out and their sunblock on for the greatest celebration party yet. Make the most of the warm weather by planning the best summer-is-back celebration that your guests have ever seen! One of the great benefits of having a summer celebration is that you can use the full day and night to get your party on. Get friends and family to arrive between 1pm and 3pm and make them ready to stay till as late into the evening as you want. Follow these 10 simple tips to merge day into night perfectly.
Planning a surprise party involves more than just deleting a chat history and keeping a straight face. Many people sink into the idea of planning a surprise party, only to terminate their idea out of fear of everything going wrong. However, such a task is a breeze if you know about these 2 most important (yet undeniably simple) things that will ensure that your surprise party turns out completely unexpected and absolutely breath-taking.
Now that you have decided on a date, venue and theme for your kid’s next birthday bash, it’s time to get the ball rolling on finalising décor and party idea planning. One of the first things you should tick off the to-do-list is the birthday song moment. Amaze everyone at the party and surprise the birthday boy/girl with one of these 3 fun cake ideas!