Confetti Kids Birthday Invitations by Sail and Swan
Set the scene for your next celebration with our Confetti Kids Birthday Invitations! This fun, bright and happy confetti design is suitable for children of all ages and is available in pink and mint for girls and blue and orange for boys.
We’ve got the etiquette of inviting your child’s friends to his or her birthday covered with our confetti kids birthday invitations which show all the crucial information in a fun and whimsical way – date, venue, time and rsvp info. Matching A4 Birthday posters are also available!
The invitations are A5 size (210mm x 148mm) and single sided. Included in our pricing are printing, envelopes and 1 free revision of your designs. Once your order has been placed, we will create a personalized and digital Proof of your designs for approval before printing.
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To help take some of the mystery out of organising your party, here are some guidelines which might help:
- Although your child might like to invite all their school classmates, their neighbours and teammates from sports, this isn’t practical, so choices have to be made. One idea is to invite only as many children as your child’s age on their birthday – it’s less overwhelming.
- To make sure no one feels left out, you can make arrangements with your child’s class teacher to bring in a cake or other celebratory treat so everyone will feel included.
- Can’t decide whether your party will be outdoors or inside? It’s easier to manage a large group if they are outdoors, but if you are restricted in available space you have to consider how many you will invite or consider other venue options such as halls or cafes with party packages.
- Set a budget and check your energy level – this will help you decide numbers and venue.
Games are an integral aspect of kids birthday parties so here are some hints for trouble free activities:
- Although the emphasis shouldn’t be on winners and losers party games with a competitive aspect can still be fun.
- Make all prizes fairly small, so no one feels envious – stickers, lollypops, hair clips and so on make good rewards.
- Include some non-competitive games, like craft activities or team games.
- Always have a couple of extra activities or games on the list in case there is more time available than you had planned.
- A rule of thumb for games is that for slightly older kids three to four activities/games will be sufficient for about an hour and a half, while you need to think up four to six for a two or three hour party.
- And don’t bind yourself to having to play all the games. If the kids are having fun, just roll with it!