Birthday party season is almost over for my family for the year, but I suspect that there are quite a few of you who are just beginning to think about what type of celebration you want to plan this year.
A quick look through our archives has reminded me that we have created quite a few popular PartySavvy posts that deserve to be in the spotlight again, and I’m confident that regardless of whether you have family-only festivities in mind or you’re thinking of hosting a gaggle of kids you’re sure to find inspiration within these posts.
If you’re planning your baby’s first birthday bash, here’s a list of 9 finger foods that will be a hit with any of the under-twos in attendance, and if loot bags are a part of your party plan, our second most popular post from 2014 was this guide to 18 clever ideas for filling your loot bags.
I can’t imagine not hauling out the camera to capture my kids on their birthdays, and these 6 tips for taking better party photos are certain to be of use to you at some point this year.
In my opinion, no party is complete without some cake and ice cream. Here are 3 tips for serving both like a pro, and a trick for pre-scooping your ice cream that you are sure to use time and time again.
When it comes to decorating, we have a list of 8 must-have party supplies that will help you decide what you do and don’t need for your celebrations, and this guide to 6 classic party games is ideal for those planning an at-home soiree. If you’re wondering how long your party should last, there are some good suggestions in this article to help you decide what’s best for you.
Lastly, have you ever wondered how common your child’s birthday is? I find information like this quite fascinating.
So, what types of parties are you planning in the coming weeks/months? Do you have any questions about anything? Let us know, we’d love to help!