After 15 years, I’ve got it down to a science. Our home parties are not only a huge hit with their guests, but they’re fairly simple to for me to put together. Because it’s the same basic formula every, single time.
We’ve had a Fancy Nancy tea party and a Charlie & Lola pink milk party. The girls have celebrated birthdays with a Halloween theme and a Christmas theme. They’ve requested a typical slumber party — and a completely off-the-wall marshmallow party. It’s different every time, but the planning is always the same.
I’m coming up on my 30th kids’ birthday party (a pretend slumber party, because she’s too young for a real one), and even though it’s months away, I know exactly how it will go.
Here are my steps to a successful home party:
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