Unless the birthday is near Halloween, you need to try to lay off those candies when you fill the loot bag. You can replace the sweets with homemade baked goods like muffins, brownies, doughnuts, or cookies. You know the kind of wholesome stuff the parents won’t mind.
Moreover, the children can munch on to satisfy their post-party cravings. Or they can even have it for breakfast the next morning.
- Book It
Does your child have a book club?
Instead of toys and treats, you can fill the young minds with love for reading. You can do this in two ways, depending on your budget. If you have dollars to spare, then gift all the attendees with a great children’s book to start their bookshelf collection.
If you are short on cash, then arrange a grand book swap. Instruct the parents to send their children with a book from their bookshelf that they might be willing to giveaway. After that, you can ask each child to exchange their books with the person sitting next to them, or they can randomly select books from a pile when they are heading home.
Who knows? It might be the start of a book club.
- DIY- The Guest Edition
You may not have a flair for art, but the kids’ sure do!
You can use this love for colors and crayons to your best advantage when planning a birthday party. Do this by arranging a little crafts station at your party. Not only will this keep those notorious hands busy, but they will also be able to take their creations home.
Little princesses can make decorate crowns for themselves. You can also get them to form bands, loom bands, or bows to match their outfits. With the latest range of DIY on the internet, we think finding a DIY kit that fits your birthday party themes will be as easy as pie.