Parties are easier to organise with jumping castle hire GeelongSeptember 13, 2015
Hosting a kid’s birthday party can be a stressful event. When you are the host of a party, your main goal is to ensure everyone enjoys themselves and has a great time. This can be stressful! Are there going to be enough activities to keep all the guests busy and entertained? Will they leave the party and remember the fun they had? That’s what every host wants! And if those guests are young children with fairly small attention spans, the pressure is even greater for the host.
But hosting a party for a group of primary school-aged kids shouldn’t cause you to break out in a rash and regret ever mentioning the idea to the birthday boy or girl! There are some great short-cuts that will allow you to organise the event easily and without unnecessary fuss.
First of all, pick a theme. This should be easy. Most seven year-olds (or kids around that age!) have fairly concrete ideas about playtime. As a parent you most likely know what games and dress-ups are most popular at any one time. Do you have a house that is regularly turned into a spaceship with weekly trips to the moon launching from your living room? Maybe the kitchen table has become the safe deck of a ship in an ocean full of sharks or maybe even pirates? Is there a castle with a prince and princess and numerous fancy tea parties held within the palace walls? If any of these scenarios sound familiar, you will be well on your way to picking a theme for your party.
A theme allows you to more easily choose activities, colours, decorations and foods. Many party shops and larger retail outlets have themed party packs including cups and plates, party bags, balloons and even invitations.
And for young kids there’s nothing better than a big jumping castle to use up all the energy they will have found in that extra slice of birthday cake! With this in mind, Geelong jumping castle hire from Izzy’s Castles ‘N’ More is a very affordable and exceedingly sensible choice to make for your next children’s party. Happy children means happy parents and of course a happy host!