Birthdays and Special Occasions
Throw a memorable children's party
The good old days of cake and a few balloons are ancient history, so parents, it's time to brush up on birthdays!
Celebrating important events in your child's life is one of the best parts of being a parent, and one that is sure to leave you with special memories. But if your child is a high-maintenance partier, it can be difficult to get those special occasions just right.
So, how do you throw the best parties, from first birthdays to graduations? And how do you do it all without breaking the bank or spoiling your child? It's simple - you ask the pros!
We're here to help you make the most out of your child's milestone celebrations with our fresh party ideas. And we're not just about birthdays! We've got holiday parties and Mother's and Father's Day covered too, because family celebrations are about just that - the whole family.
Celebrating the special times in your family's life shouldn't stress you out. With the right tips and some creativity, you can create memories that will last a lifetime.
Ideas for Celebrating Special Occasions
If you're not sure what kind of party to throw for your son or daughter's first birthday, you'll find tips inside that will give you some creative and fun ideas. You'll also find information on suitable gifts for children of all ages as well as suggestions for birthday parties for older children and teens.
Graduations are important occasions in a child's life, and they should be honored accordingly. A junior high or high school graduation is a rite of passage, and you should celebrate your child's achievement with a family get-together or a party.
Halloween and Christmas are all dates that are marked on every kid's calendar, so if you're looking for unique ideas to bring these popular holidays to life, we've got suggestions inside that will help your family build holiday memories that will last a lifetime.
Birthdays and special occasions are also opportunities for you to build closer bonds and special connections with your kids. Use the chance to build crafts together and make homemade gifts that say so much more than store-bought alternatives. Art activities stimulate your child's imagination and creativity and also help you stay in touch with the kid inside yourself. Special occasions are fun for the whole family and provide you with plenty of opportunities to grow closer to your kids and build healthy, lasting and rewarding relationships that will last a lifetime.