By Mavis Fortin. Birthday Decorations. Published at Sunday, February 24th, 2019 - 17:24:33 PM.
Princess Birthday Games – You can put a princess themed spin on almost any birthday game there is! How about pin the crown on the princess? Using a large poster or printout of a princess's head, cut some tiaras and crowns out of heavy yellow construction paper and place each child's name on them. They play exactly like pin the tail on the donkey, with the winner being the child who places the crown closest to the top of the princess's head. As far as pinatas go, find a castle-shaped or dragon one filled with plastic jeweled rings or candy ring pops. Play 'Princess May I?' – a twist on the old game 'Mother May I?' And if your princess party is absent of princes, you could even provide a nice little tea party, complete with plastic saucers and cups. Finally, if you have the benefit of good weather, a royal treasure hunt is sure to be the biggest hit of the day. Have each prince or princess venture out into the backyard, where they must find one of each of the treasures you've hidden beforehand, and bring them back to their treasure box. Some ideas would be gold pieces (candy coins), dragon eggs (plastic eggs filled with candy), jester's juggling balls (multi-colored super bounce balls), wizard's potion (blowing bubbles), etc. etc. – use your imagination! The child who fills up his treasure chest first is the winner. and while this activity is going on, you have time to set up the royal feast!
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If you decide your home or apartment isn't suitable for a children's party, there are several off-site options that come with obvious advantages (including being able to come back to a clean home after the children have been picked up). For a small fee, you can often reserve space in a community recreation center or local park. Kid-friendly restaurants, gymnastic centers, fire departments and hands-on museums are also popular. Parties away from home usually work better for children over five since younger children may be overwhelmed by unfamiliar surroundings.
You should make the guest list for your preschooler, but once your child is over three or four, he should be consulted. The invitations can be either store-bought or homemade and should set the mood for the event. Older kids may enjoy making invitations out of paper dolls, puzzle pieces or computer templates, depending on your chosen theme. In addition to obvious information like the time, date and directions, include special details like ”bring a swimsuit” or ”parents should accompany children.”
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