Prosecco & nibbles at hall party - OTT??

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Flower246 Mon 20-Feb-17 20:13:28

It's my daughter's birthday soon and we're having a party in a hall on Sat afternoon. My OH suggested getting some prosecco & crisps/nuts for the adults as many are going to stay. I'm not sure if it seems like we're trying too hard or if it's not really suitable for a kids party. It's local and most people will be walking so drink driving not an issue. Thx!

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janesmom Mon 20-Feb-17 20:16:00

I think it sounds nice. I'd certainly appreciate the effort if it was me (assuming ppl aren't all driving)

KP86 Mon 20-Feb-17 20:16:02

Do it! Don't go over the top but a small glass wouldn't go astray...

PippaFawcett Mon 20-Feb-17 20:18:17

The best ever children's party I went to was a Sunday morning one with pastries, croissants and proper coffee for the adults. It was brilliant! So I can imagine Prosecco and nibbles being well received.

We did tea and coffee and biscuits at the last party we hosted and that went down well too - lots don't do anything for the adults.

Grumpbum Mon 20-Feb-17 20:24:53

Best party was where they had a proper coffee machine and they offered pastries. Weirdest was where they gave the adults a bottle of wine for taking their kids.
I would Only appreciate prosecco at the appropriate time of day

FrozenNotCold Tue 21-Feb-17 23:40:18

Pretty much all the kids' parties round here have something for the adults. Prosecco, orange juice, beer have all made an appearance with things like bread sticks, cheese boards, crackers, crudités. And of course, everyone hoovers up whatever the kids have left over as well. grin

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Pumpkintopf Sat 04-Mar-17 20:25:57

Lovely idea and I'm sure it will be appreciated.

putdownyourphone Sat 04-Mar-17 20:28:01

Love it! You're bday parties will be legendary ;)

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