Be Flexible……..

I trust your Child or Children have started School this term and I wish them all the very best.

The New Party Season is underway and the reason I call it the New Party Season is because August tends to be a time families escape from planning events for their Children’s Birthday Parties, put their feet up and Chill-ax.

There is so much choice out there for your Child’s Party. There’s Play Centre’s, Theme Parks, Zoo’s, Climbing Centre’s and so much more, but the most popular is booking a Kid’s Entertainer. Where do you start? Firstly decide your budget. I offer 3 show packages and try to accommodate everyone’s hard earned cash. There are so many great venue’s out there too and I would like to add that you may need to flexible when booking a children’s entertainer, so book the act first, i’m pretty confident in saying you’ll find a venue to accommodate your party.

The Invites

The first bit is easy:

Date – Always include the day along with the date.  Example:  Saturday 21st November 2015

Time
 – Give the start and end times for your party.  Example: 11am -1pm

Place
 – Location of the party place.  It’s best to include a Sat Nav address

For – Include the child’s name and how old they are going to be.
Example:  Sally’s 8th birthday celebration!

RSVP
 – In the world of Text & What’s app thingy, ask the parents to reply. The polite one’s will, so don’t forget to include your mobile number.

There will most likely be a few that will show up without replying.  It’s best to prepare for 2  – 3 extra guests.

“It’s not rude to say no to Siblings”

When booking a show with me, I’ll send you a “Free” Birthday Party Invite template, just print off and photo-copy.

Enjoy your Party

 

PJ x

 

 

 

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