Plan a memorable celebration for any size event with our helpful tips.
You don't have to plan the event of the year to make your child's birthday memorable. Save money and your sanity with our planning tips for parties of any size or theme.
It's not a cake by traditional standards, but kids (and even adults) will love the refreshing layers of watermelon on this decorative dessert. It is perfect for summertime birthdays and for parents who want to serve low-sugar treats.
Thinking about going all out for your tykes party? Lisa Scott's experience may have you rethinking your elaborate plan.
Sure, having a party is fun, but to show your guests a really good time, give parting gifts they'll remember. A fun Poloroid, framed, of your guests in a goofy pose or a CD of music played at the party are always good ones. And the list goes on.
Some fun idea for tea party themes and games. It turns out tea parties aren't just for little girls anymore.
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The cooler days of fall are a great time for kids to head outside for parties. The following games from Penny Warner's book, "Kids' Outdoor Parties" (Meadowbrook Press), are great to get kids outdoors and having fun.