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4th Birthday Party Ideas

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missmummymum Mon 26-Feb-18 11:51:13

Good Morning

My son turns 4 in April and I have been thinking to have a birthday party for him as it's his last year with all his friends from nursery.

I am struggling with ideas for this party. All ideas and suggestions are welcome and appreciated.

Thank you

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Ricekrispie22 Mon 26-Feb-18 19:05:23

The easiest parties I've done are soft-play centre parties. Hire it for an hour or so, parents can stay and chat in the cafe if they wish and several places will also provide catering.
I've also had a magician/balloon modeller which went down well and DS recently enjoyed a party where they had a mini petting zoo turn up in a van with various animals for the kids to cuddle and stroke. The whole party was animal themed, from the invites to the games and cake.
One of my DD also went to a Teddy Bears's picnic party but it was in the summer in the park.

EventsbyTania Fri 09-Mar-18 21:16:23

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BrieAndChilli Fri 09-Mar-18 21:19:31

What is he into? And how many children will you want to invite?

Stompythedinosaur Mon 19-Mar-18 17:02:15

I normally hire the local village hall, get a bouncy castle, some craft things on a table and run a few party games. It is fairly easy and goes down well.

EventsbyTania Mon 19-Mar-18 18:13:13

Hello,
Depending on how much you'd like to spend, you could hire a soft play as already suggested, or a small hall or even have it at home.
Depending on what he's into, you could do a lego themed party, or a superhero theme, whatever he likes.
I have planned fantastic parties for family and friends and have lots of ideas. I would be happy to do this for you free of charge to build my portfolio.
Feel free to get in touch, my username @hotmail.com
Thanks

EventsbyTania Mon 19-Mar-18 18:16:23

Hello,
Depending on how much you'd like to spend, you could hire a soft play as already suggested, or a small hall or even have it at home.
Depending on what he's into, you could do a lego themed party, or a superhero theme, whatever he likes.
I have planned fantastic parties for family and friends and have lots of ideas. I would be happy to do this for you free of charge to build my portfolio.
Feel free to PM me.
Thanks

JM01 Sun 01-Apr-18 18:51:16

Hi. I do superhero visits, game interaction photos etc.
Please feel free to have a look at my facebook page to see if its something you'd be interested in.

Facebook.com/heropartyhire

Orangedaisy Sun 01-Apr-18 18:54:47

How many kids? We just did DD’s at home with 16 kids- a craft, games, party tea and we were sorted. Won’t pretend it wasn’t hard work, but she loved it and it was pretty cheap.

CircleofWillis Sun 01-Apr-18 18:57:34

What are his interests? Does he have a particular passion? If so theme it around that as he is old enough now to really appreciate having a party geared towards his favourite things. In reality fill a room with balloons, music, toys and food. Then organise a few traditional party games and your 2hrs are up. At 4 most kids can’t handle too much more.

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