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How To Make Your Kids’ Birthday Special

kids’ birthday special,Are you fretting over what to do to make your kids’ birthday special? Well, you can always engage professional party planners to take care of the nitty-gritty details. But it may cost you a lot more than you bargained for. Well, there are some ways in which you make your kids’ birthday special, without overspending or getting stressed up about it. Read on to learn of ways to make the birthday celebration memorable for your child today.

Make Your Own Birthday Cake

Nothing can say ‘I love you’ more than showing some care and adding your personal touch to the birthday celebrations. It could involve something as simple as making your own birthday cake. While you could always order in a cake, baking a cake on your own can help you feel excited and have your kid feeling loved.

In a blog on throwing a birthday party without breaking the bank, Miranda Crace said,

“Instead of spending $50+ on a birthday cake, you can make your own. If you have a favorite from-scratch cake recipe, use that. But, if you prefer your cake mix out of the box, there’s no shame in that! A box of cake mix and a jar of frosting usually costs around $4. That’s a good chunk of savings!”

Feel free to experiment with flavours and do some research to identify the right procedure. A home-made cake speaks volumes to the child about how much they are loved and appreciated.

Choose a Theme Based on the Child’s Interests

Katherine M. Johnson was talking about how parents are choosing themes that reflect the interests of the child in a recent article on kids’ birthday party trends:

“She attended a soiree for a preteen girl who loves photography. The parents set up a group project for her and her guests: to film a short movie during the party, which the birthday girl produced and screened for her guests at the end of the night.

“I love the trend shifting toward unique themes that reflect the child’s personality or interests — thinking outside the typical ‘kid’ box,” Kuruda says. “And [I also love] the incorporation of elements that the parents and their friends also can enjoy.”

Coming up with unique themes that engage kids and is activity-based will go a long way in making your kid’s birthday memorable. Whether it is photography, cartoons, animated characters or music, choose a theme or a project that will involve the kids. This will encourage the kids and make them feel truly special on their birthday.

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