Party Planning Tips for Birthday Parties and Special Events
Capture your child's birthday in a photo booth from Memory Bank Studios
A party is one part inspiration to two parts planning. These companies will help you with both
I recently planned my son's first birthday party and I had absolutely no idea where to start. I wish I had someone who pointed me in the right direction to save me some time. So I'm paying it forward with some suggestions to make your party planning less stressful. The number one rule? Make sure you have fun!
If you're planning a child's birthday party and need a little help, try Par-T-Perfect's complete children’s party and event service. You can choose from inflatable castles, bungee run/jousting, face painting, tattoos, air brush art, balloon twisting, carnival games, relay races, interactive equipment, mini golf, crafts and much more. You can also book them for corporate picnics, Christmas parties, school fairs and festivals.
Whether you're planning a child's party, a bridal shower, a baby shower, or a wedding it always helps to have a theme in mind. If you're looking for someone to help you in that department, talk to the people from Raymon’s Decor. This is a family owned and operated event decor company specializing in indoor and outdoor events, corporate functions and non-profit galas. The company aims for every event it produces to be unique and suited to your tastes.
Memory Bank Studios
One of coolest ideas for a party? How about a photo booth! You can personalize the backgrounds to match the theme of the party and add a customized message to the prints. This idea works well for kids' birthday parties, wedding receptions, anniversary parties, graduations and work parties. Memory Bank Studios offers a high-end green screen photo booth at a very reasonable rate.