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Birthday marquee in late feb??

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honeydue3 Tue 02-Feb-16 23:30:09

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Bunbaker Tue 02-Feb-16 23:39:32

To me this seems a bit OTT for a first birthday. Does it have to be on such a large scale? Your baby won't be aware of what is going on.

We just had MIL, SIL, BIL and godparents for tea for DD's first birthday.

honeydue3 Tue 02-Feb-16 23:43:37

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figureofspeech Mon 08-Feb-16 17:53:45

Seems ok but could you hire the local community/church hall instead? The hall I hired cost £50 so significantly cheaper than hiring a marquee I would think.

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