By Queen Haley. Party Decorations. Published at Saturday, January 06th, 2018 - 15:40:31 PM.
Favors: Favors ought to be the part of your whole party planning and send every visitors home with some favor. You can get mixed bag of things from closest store like little boxes of truffles, hot chocolate and yummy scented votive and so on with a specific end goal to give as take home gifts. Chocolate Tales Inc loves children; that is why it is dedicated to the children, they offer different and unique ways of entertaining kids and teens. They are very well known for kids birthday parties in Toronto. They specially train their staff so they can assure a fun and memorable party for the kids.
Bear Party - Game ideas: Pin the honey pot on the teddy bear - if you have an artist in the family, draw a large teddy bear on poster board and cut out honey pots. Blindfold each child individually and see if they can put the honey pot into the teddy bears hand. Hot Teddy Bear - like hot potato only pass the teddy bear to the music. When the music stops, the person with the teddy bear is out. Toss the honey pot - draw a large bear head with an open mouth on poster board and lay it on the floor. Using yellow beanbags as the \"honey\" each child throws the bag to see if it will land in the bears mouth.
Walkways / Hallways / Stairs - Linking the walkways in your home is a great way to make the whole house sparkle. Hallways or stairs are perfect places to run strings of lights. You could weave the lights around banisters or simply line the walls. It provides a \"Christmas Grotto\" feeling and because the area is likely to be quite small, it is not too much. Your kids will especially love this form of decorating. To make it really fun you should use coloured lights, or to go for a more sophisticated look plain white lights are ideal.
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