Regardless of the event that you and your family is celebrating, it should be a picture of fun and not a stressful one. Since this is a celebration for your family, you have all the freedom to plan it according to your liking. From party decorations to food, there are really a lot of things that you really need to take into account.
But don’t let that thought overwhelm you because this won’t do any good to you as this will only hinder you from pulling off a perfect party and be at your best in it. For parents of young children who are about to celebrate their birthdays, from first to 10th birthdays, it pays to have the needed preparations done ahead of time to avoid cramming and any types of inconveniences.
With all the things that parents have to consider when planning a party, it’s no doubt that sometimes most parents, especially mothers, find it overwhelming to plan for their child’s party. This thought sometimes hinder them to explore what are those party decoration ideas that don’t necessary involve bigger budget.
In some cases, it’s not all about how much you are willing to spend for a party but more of how creative you are in putting things together creatively despite your limited budget. Since majority of families across the world have a problem on the financial side that seems to hinder them in giving their child a meaningful party, this list will give them some inspirations that fun parties don’t have to be expensive, but you just have to be creative.
As you might have notice throughout this article, it’s very obvious to see activities involving balloons. This is probably because balloons are in no doubt cheap, easy to find, and easy to play with. They are also flexible, by this I mean that anyone can create and recreate existing games with balloons.
Gold Tee Garden
Outdoor parties are great. They are enjoyable and anyone just love it. So to make outdoor parties more colorful and fun, you can tie some balloons in strings that you hang it around your lawn adding more aesthetic value to your lawn. You can hang it from trees to trees or from corner to corner.
With this you will need needle and some threads. To make it more special, use helium balloons and string them together as carefully as possible because even a slightest needle prick can pop the balloons. Make an arch out of it.
Remember any children party that you have been to when children at the end of the party enter into a panic mode because of the giving of the goody part hoping to get balloons? You want to avoid that scenario as much as possible by preparing them with goody bag with a balloon. To make this as orderly as possible, you can use a common color to avoid additional chaos because each wants different color.
Ice cream balloon
It’s not the true ice cream that you’re thinking. You can create a cone-like structure made out of any paper you have and attach it to a helium-filled balloon. This will give you a floating ice cream cone balloons.
Wall of balloons
Balloons are just adorable, especially for children. There are actually two conventional ways to do it. First is to weigh the balloons and the second one is to tape the balloons creating a wall-like structure out of it.
Aside from the aesthetic benefit of it, it’s also a very creative way to create a partition creating a party zones as well as create a perfect background for photo booths.
Of course, there are other ideas for party decorations that don’t involve balloons at all. Here are some:
Combining the elegance of traditional table runners and the coolness of wrapping papers that you can buy from thrift stores, gives you a creative decoration idea. We all know that majority of the money that you will spend on decoration for this year will end up in trash because you can no longer use them in other parties.
But don’t limit yourself with that common thing. Instead, buy some cheap wrapping papers with your child’s favorite character and make that as the table runner. That serves as your decoration, table runner, and theme essential in one.
This is another party decoration idea that you can make yourself. All you need is some pieces of used or unused poster board and a pair of scissor. You just have to cut the paperboard in to spiral then hang it on the ceiling adding to the festive feeling of the party venue.
A variation of this is a multi-colored swirls. Instead of using a plain paperboard, you can use two of children’s favorites: cotton candy and glow sticks. You will need to insert the paperboard with a glow stick then wrap it up with the edible cotton candy. It’s perfect for night parties as the two materials literally glow in the dark.
This may be perfect for late teens party since this may involve drinks buckets. However for the purposes of creativity, you can also use this for children’s party. You just need some glow stick and put in the container so it illuminates the drinks in it.
If you find it very annoying to plunge your hands for the last drink because of the cold water, how about making ice buckets with ice-filled balloons? Aside from the fact that this will avoid the messy feeling that you get as the ice melts, it’s also a fun way in keeping the drinks cold minus the mess.
Whether you’re on a tight budget or capable of throwing a lavish party for your kid, trying some of these party ideas is cool way to celebrate special moment of your child in a fun and creative kind of way. You just have to unleash the creative side of you and see where your creativity takes you.