It can be tempting to have children be allowed at the party. You might want your staff to be able to bring their kids and have them socialize without having to get a babysitter. However, understand that if something happens to the child, such as a slip or a cut at the office, then you could have liability concerns to worry about.
Consider sending out a memo before the party, at least a week before the event. Set the expectations of what people can bring and how they can behave. You want them to let loose, but you don't want anyone to go overboard. With children, it can be helpful to let parents know if there will be entertainment or not, as this could be a way that they would decide whether or not they will bring them. If you’re going to be renting out a bounce house or other similar entertainment for kids, be sure to let people explicitly know!
Whether or not to allow alcohol is one of the bigger decisions you will have to make. If you do allow it, co…
If you're in the midst of planning a birthday party for your child, you're probably really excited about the big day. To help make sure that your child really enjoys the party, you're probably focused on preparation. These are a few tips to help you prep for your son or daughter's outdoor party.
Clean up the Yard
First of all, you'll want to clean up your yard. Not only will a clean and tidy yard look better on the
day of the party, but picking up lawn debris makes a safer environment for the kids. In addition to picking up smaller items, keep an eye out for larger hazards in your yard. For example, tree stumps are often overlooked but should be removed to prevent injury on your property. Additionally, cutting the grass helps cut down on pests that might otherwise invade your yard on party day.
Ensure There are Ample Bathroom Facilities
You'll definitely want to make sure that you have enough bathrooms for everyone. If you want to
make sure you have ample bath…
Spring is one of the busiest times of the year. There are more charity events and parties to plan in spring than any other season. However, the weather is getting warmer and it just makes you want to be outside.
Holidays in spring include St. Patricks Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, and Memorial Day. Spring is also the time for elementary, high school, and college graduations, first communions, proms, and more. All that is in addition to the birthdays, church picnics, block parties, and other special events going on in the spring.
So there is no better time to add a fun, exciting bounce house rental to your next party plans.
Not surprisingly, spring is the busiest time of the year for bounce house rentals. The good weather combined with the numerous social events adds up to more bounce house rentals on the weekends — and even during the week — that at any other time of the year.
To make sure you get your first choice of bounce house themes or other inflatables, it’s a good idea to make you…