There are a good many ways to be a good neighbor, from keeping the noise down to keeping a nice lawn. But hosting a summer block party can be a great way to bring all of your neighbors together for a great time, and fall in their good graces. You might be interested in planning a block party, but you could be a bit unsure of how to get started. These are a few tips that can help you throw the perfect summer block party for you and all of your neighbors.
Focus on SafetyFirst and foremost, it's important to focus on the safety of all of the guests who choose to attend the block party. After all, if someone happens to be injured on your property during your party, then you could be held liable for their medical expenses and injuries. Putting up barriers or talking to local law enforcement about shutting down traffic on the streets where the party will be held is an excellent way to help prevent vehicle and pedestrian accidents. For those who are willing, you can consider hiring secu…
Party favors are an excellent way to thank your guests and to add a personalized touch to any event. There are so many different ways to do party favors these days that your imagination is the limit. Here are some ideas to get you started. Personal Touch When thinking of favors for your next party, consider providing guests with items personalized for the occasion. You can customize any candy bag or candy wrapper - while kids won't turn down a bag of treats if it's presented in a boring lunch sack, it would add an extra touch in taking the time to add special packaging and personalized wrapping. This will help create a memorable experience and make even a few small treats and toys feel like a grand prize. When personalizing, you merely need to pick out something you like, add a saying, date, or name and ta-da! You'll have a unique piece just for your party.
For a personalized favor, you could collect small items that are meaningful to the party host (e.g., a deck of car…
Summer birthday parties are easier to plan and execute than
winter parties, both by kids and their parents. In the summer, the kids can be
outdoors so that’s usually where the mess and the noise stay, which makes it
easier to clean up also, and the kids get to use the entire yard to run off their never
ending energy. Even though the summer sun allows for a little more flexibility,
that doesn’t mean a winter party can’t be just as fun, for kids and parents. You may be wondering where to find the best winter party ideas
out there? If you’re looking for some craft ideas to get the kids excited about
their birthday in the colder months, look no further. It’s all right here. These
ideas are not just for the kids, even the parents can get involved and feel
like kids again! Indoor Snowman Cut out circular pieces of white fabric, triangular pieces
of orange fabric, and other shapes and colors of fabric that resemble snowman
parts. Then, make one or several snowmen that can be stuck to the wall i…