Hosting a party for your child can be expensive. Here are a few cost-cutting tips to consider when arranging your child's next birthday party:
1, Hold the party at home - This cuts out the cost of hiring a hall to host your party, or holding it at an expensive themed party venue.
2. Keep the decorations simple, and reusable -Avoid buying specific age decorations, this means you will be able to use the same decorations for future parties. Also don't buy too many themed decorations as your child is unlikely to want the same theme again.
3. Make the cake yourself - Getting a custom made birthday cake (or even a shop bought cake for that matter) can cost a lot. If you have the skills and time, it will be considerably cheaper to make one yourself. If you can't make one, then it's much cheaper to buy a simple Victoria sponge and decorate it at home.
4. Run the Games yourself - Instead of getting an entertainer to run a full party, run the games yourself. you can still get an entertainer to run a specific show or activity, but organizing the games yourself is a great way to save money.
5. Be careful with party bags - Party bags can end up being a considerable cost. Keep the party bags simple when on a budget, you can get hold of inexpensive party bag fillers in most supermarkets.
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