Price isn’t the scariest thing about kid parties; tips for planning an affordable party
As a kid, my birthday parties consisted of friends, games and a cake. I’m not sure what happened between my childhood and motherhood, but when my friend hired a party planner to throw an over-the-top fete for her 3-year-old, I was exposed to a whole new world.
I personally don’t think you need a lot of fuss when it comes to birthday parties — that it is possible to have fun and keep things affordable.
We have traditionally hosted at-home birthdays to keep the cost down but when my daughter was five, she begged to hold her party at
So, you want to plan a special event for your child’s next birthday but don’t want to break the bank. Kara Allen from the popular party idea site KarasPartyIdeas.com and author of the book “Kara’s Party Ideas” has these seven tips for throwing a spectacular bash.