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7 Tips for Hosting an Indoor Kid’s Party This Winter
Friday, April 7th, 2017 | By Rosalie Iannelli
So, it’s a scene we know all too well; it’s all dreary and freezing cold outside, but your little one’s birthday is just around the corner. Need some help planning a super-dooper soiree for the little ones when it’s cold out? Never fear HOORAY! is here!
We’ve pulled together seven tips for hosting a kid’s party this winter, which are sure to delight!
1.Opt for a winter-theme
Plan the party with a winter theme. Think pyjama party, movie night/popcorn party, winter wonderland, Frozen, Gloves and Gumboots, S’mores…
Photography Fox & Fallow
2. Organise some indoor games
Board games are always a winner, but you could also clear the living room set up games like Jenga, indoor bowling, dominos. But if you’re one for tradition, there’s always your typical party games like pin the tail on the donkey, pass the parcel, musical statues, and so on.
Left: via Ritzy Bee | Right: via Studio DIY
3. Set up a hot chocolate bar
This will be sure to warm all the kid’s bellies!
Image: Collette’s 1st Birthday
4. Serve Warm Food
Swap the ice cream cake and fairy bread for warm treats such as frankfurts, sausage rolls, party pies, and toasted sandwiches cut into fun shapes Photography Lana Pratt Photography
5. Pick An Indoor Venue
If your house isn’t big enough, host your party at a cheap indoor venue like a play park, rock climbing, ice-skating, or bowling.
Image: Dotty’s 4th Birthday
6. Avoid early morning parties
We all like to push our alarms back on weekend once the mercury drops. Photography Claire Cosh
7. Deck it out with balloons
Kids LOVE balloons. Take advantage of your indoor venue and fill it to the brim with these time (and energy) consuming little beauties.
Photography Amy Oliver Photography