What do I need to do?
To host a pampering firstly you have to find a make over party provider. This is easy to do, a simple search for pamper parties on Google will bring up a wide selection of pamper party providers in your area, or alternatively search your local directories.
Once you have found a suitable party provider the next thing you will need to do is send out invitations to the guests. You can source invitations from your local party store or supermarket. If you would like free invitations then there are millions to choose from online that you can downloads and print out yourself.
The next thing you need to do is organise some decor for your venue. Again you can source party decor from your local party store or online. Those on a tight budget may find that buying your party decorations and supplies online may save you a considerable amount of money.
Do I need to provide food?
Depending on the time of day that you are going to hold your party will influence whether you need to provide food for your guests or not. If you do provide food then it may be advisable to prepare all the food into cardboard food boxes before your guests arrive. Drinks are best served from cartons to avoid spillages, especially if you are hosting the party in your house.
As you can see a Pamper party is a simple way to give your daughter a party that will last in her memory for many years to come.
Do you have a teen birthday girl that is too old for a younger kids party? Stuck for birthday party ideas? Party ideas for teenagers are sometimes a lot harder to come up with than younger kids as teens are far more demanding. Teens also want to be able to plan their own birthday celebrations so you need to meet them half way in any decisions made.
Teenage parties are often thought of as all night drinking parties when the parents are away. But this is not actually the case. Sure, these do happen but these are not planned birthday parties. So it's time to wipe the bad image of teenage parties from your mind and discover how to plan the ultimate birthday party for your teen girl.
There are many teen themed parties such as:
1. Balloon Pass - This relay race game is great for those who are having a party at a private residence. Gather some teams. Using long balloons fill them and fit them between the legs of the first person in line. The object of the game is to pass it from person to person without using your hands as quickly as possible.
2. Banned Words - This game is fun to play whether you are staying in or going out. Come up with a list of common words, usually pertaining to the wedding, which can not be uttered during the duration of the party. "Groom", "bride" and "wedding" are all popular. If someone is caught sating a banned word, they have to take a drink, pay a fine or do a dare. Be creative with your "punishments"!
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