What’s the first thing you’ll do when the covid pandemic is over? It’s getting to that point where many people are tentatively starting to ask themselves these kinds of questions, as it grows increasingly likely that we might be able to come out of the darkness some time in 2021. For many people, the first thing that they will do is throw a big party for all their friends. If that’s something you’d like to do, it’s never too early to start planning. So let’s take a look at how you can plan for the post-covid party of your dreams right now. Read more
Many of my friends will know how much I love organising parties, but I didn’t have any plans for one for either of the boys’ birthdays this year. Quite simply because Jacob just cannot deal with the amount of people these days. For Noah’s birthday treat we took him to the local trampoline park and then out to Pizza Hut. It was quite last minute that we decided Jacob could have a few friends over for a tea party, and of course it had to have a theme to it. Because he is obsessed with both Lego and Harry Potter, we decided to cross the two; hence a Lego x Harry Potter themed tea party was born! Read more
Regular readers of mine may know that I love planning a party; up until this year, Jacob has had one every year since his first birthday. The only reason neither of them had one this year was because we were going on holiday at the end of their birthday month, so we didn’t have the budget for it; that was their birthday treat really, a week long one!
Once I’ve got my planning head on there’s no stopping me, so I like to think of myself as a bit of a pro. I like to do the majority of stuff myself; making invites, theming the food, making items for party bags and so on. If anyone would like to request my services in the future, I’m down for that 😉 If you are looking to plan your own party though, I have some top tips for you. Read more
It’s almost Christmas party season, and you’ll have probably spent many an evening already searching for the perfect festive outfit for the night. If you were going to organise a Christmas party for your friends and family too, you might have missed the boat on bookings for most hotels, restaurants and venues. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t still have an amazing party at home with these unique and fun ideas. Read more
Anyone who knows me will probably know that I love planning parties and celebrations. My first job for planning any type of party is coming up with a theme, and then it’s the invitation. I think that the invite really gives the first inkling of what a party is going to be like, so I always match it with the theme in some way. Read more