Let your little Princesses have a tea party. You can decorate with balloons or even using necklaces to drape and bracelets hanging. I would even use a tiara as a centerpiece.
A garden party held at night will benefit from the use of glowsticks and glowsticks products. Those occasional games of night tag are a lot easier and safer if the players each have a glowstick for guidance. You can also plug together longer glow necklaces and string them along the outdoor furniture. The red and blue glowsticks make a fun alternative to sparklers during the Independence Day celebration.
If you’re going digital, make sure your memory stick has enough space to accommodate the pictures you intend to take. Delete or download as necessary. Check and charge the battery too.
Kids are usually on the move, especially when the sugar from the cake and ice cream kick in. Be prepared to capture the moment quickly. Waiting too long to get the shot will ruin a good candid and can even make antsy kids run when they see you coming!
Many important moments are celebrated using dessert. So if you have a wedding anniversary, or another important day you want to remember, be sure to have a cake bakery make you a dessert that is sure to please. That’s because there’s a big difference between picking up something from a grocery store and going to a place that specializes in making desserts. Many of these places are family owned and that means they know how to do their job like the back of their hand. In addition, when going to a specialty shop for your dessert, you can feel confident knowing that you’re getting a dessert made from scratch. So when that important anniversary rolls around, be sure to contact your local pastry chef or other professional so they can make a dessert as memorable as your anniversary.
Remind your child what a gift means and represents. Someone took their time to find a gift they thought was special and that you would like. So, if you have the same toy or you hate the gift, just say thank you. You don’t want to hunt your friends feelings by saying anything else.
If throwing an actual party isn’t your speed, there are still plenty of things you can do to celebrate your new brand and to make sure you’re not launching in stealth mode.
Your little princess can wear a bigger tiara (also from Dollar Tree) than what comes as the party favors. You can give her matching jewelry to wear and dress her up if she wants. If her other friends aren’t dressed up depending on her age and sensitivity she may want to change so be prepared with a second outfit as a back-up plan.