Am having a birthday party for DS1 next month-he'll be 5. All his class is invited and I'm totally clueless what to provide food wise. This is the first party DS has been to so I can't get ideas from other ones.
So far I have one vegetarian, 2 nut allergies (which terrifies me) and an egg allergy.
I'd thought along the lines of: Sandwiches (ham,cheese, maybe fish) Sausage & veggie sausage rolls (checking ingredients) Veg sticks & hummus Fruit Breadsticks? Crisps Chocolate fingers
Sandwiches were always overlooked at my DCs ' parties. Squares of basic home made pizza went down well. The rest of your menu sounds ideal. Suggest you ask the Mums of the allergic children for more details - nut allergy covers a broad range and you need to know if your house needs to be nut free or if it is only a problem if the child eats nuts.
Not the cheapest way to do it but the simplest IME: buy food boxes example
Then make up a round of sandwiches, in a bag, a mini bag of apples/grapes from the supermarket, a few cocktail sausages, a bag of crisps from a multipack and a drink for each child. You can make veggie/food allergy ones separately and name them so less chance of cross contamination. I used to make the round of sandwiches four quarters of different things, so every child got at least a couple they liked. You can put extras in the box (hooter, streamer, balloon, little toy etc) and then they can take it home instead of a party bag when you slip some cake in as they leave...