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Fun Candy Ideas for Your Kid’s Party

If you read a mommy blog or hit up a place like Pinterest, you’ll soon realize there’s a ton of great ideas for sweet treats ideal for any kid’s party. In fact, there are so many ways to display, make and serve everything from Swedish Fish to Lifesavers that your head could go into a sugar coma! We wanted to make it easy for you by giving you some fun ideas that will help you narrow it down before your next event!

Cotton Candy Wafer Cones are one of the best ways to display your kid’s favorite sugary treat. Buy pre-made cotton candy and place it inside of an ice cream cone then wrap with fun plastic cellophane wrap. Not only is the super adorable way to serve, but it’s also less mess!

Next, why not make an activity making Candy necklaces out of Lifesavers and Gummy Savers? The kids will have a blast with this quick and easy crafty activity that will keep them entertained for weeks. You can also include Froot Loops to give the necklace some variety. No matter what the case may be, the kids will enjoy creating their edible jewelry.

If you’ve never seen someone unwrap a Saran Wrap Ball, you’re in for a real blast! It’s a fun way to watch your guest of honor try to figure out what’s in the center of the ball. Use colored Plastic Wrap to create a ball with little gifts in the center. Just keep wrapping the paper around until you can’t see the items. As the child unravels the wrap, small prizes like candy bars and gum packs. You can feel the anticipation as the child unwraps this challenging gift idea.

Other than wrapping the candy, why not play with it? Shark Jell-O is one of the coolest ideas yet, and you can make this fun summer treat from the blog “Home Made Interest.” Go to the candy store and pick out shark gummies and gummy bears to decorate the blue flavored Jell-O. This idea is too fresh and ideal for summer parties.

Just like anything else, we all have a preference to the type of candy we like and love. Another slick way to display and serve candy is to create a candy bar. Fill decorative glass jars with fun items such as lollipops, rock candy, and gobstoppers. The kids will love all the colors, and it’s a fun way to show off those sugar sweets.

These, of course, are just a few ideas that will help make candy look and taste even better. Don’t forget to contact us for information on reserving your space for your child’s event!

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Five Tips on Keeping Your Child’s Party Simple

With the fast-paced lifestyle, we all tend to lead these days, planning another birthday party can be somewhat daunting. We decided to put together a quick way to keep your child’s party simple and put the planning phase down to a minimum for you. This week’s blog reveals some quick tips on keeping it simple!

  1. Determine the Day, Place and Time.
  2. Pick the Food to be Served.
  3. Invite a specified number of guests
  4. Send Invitations Early
  5. Ask for Help

One of the biggest hurdles in party planning is determining where and when to throw the party or event. Once you’ve got a place established with a date and time the rest should be simple. If you’re overwhelmed with everyday tasks and schedules, then pick a place where you won’t have to worry about clean up and the aftermath of the celebration. This cuts back a lot on the hours and minutes you’ll have to spend.

Next, decide on the food to be served. Have someone cater the party or order pizza. The whole idea here is to prevent you from having to do additional work. By planning to hold your child’s birthday party or banquet at a location nearby and finding food to be delivered or catered, will make your life much simpler.

In addition to the food, keep in mind a head count is critical. Take a tally on how many guests will be at the party so you can plan accordingly. Don’t wait until the last minute to devise your list either, as people often need time to plan if they want to attend.

Send the invitations early. Whether you’re hosting the party at your home or an outside venue, be sure to send the invitations right away. Be sure to have them RSVP to gauge the attendance, and this will prevent you from over-ordering when it comes to the catering.

Lastly, to make life easier be sure to reach out and ask for help. If you’re swamped (as most of us are) asking for others to pitch in with the planning phase is a good idea. Many times, if you ask your friend, neighbor or about participate, they’ll most likely agree. Just remember to reciprocate the favor.

By taking these easy tips into consideration before your next big party, you’ll most likely feel a sense of relief. We understand the dilemma’s parents face today and are always here to help.

Feel free to contact us at any time regarding parties and events at the Wow Factory!

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7 Fun Ways to Celebrate Your Kid’s Birthday

Sometimes your child’s birthday may land on a school day but this doesn’t mean that you should wait until the weekend to make him/her feel special. There are so many birthday ideas that you can implement without spending much. Kids tend to enjoy the simplest things so don’t stress over going over-the-top with your birthday plans. In fact, planning for a birthday party shouldn’t be frustrating. We’ll let you in on some 7 fun and simple ideas to make your kid’s birthday extra special.

Start with a good breakfast

Even before the guests arrive, make your kid’s day by preparing his/her favorite breakfast. You may even decide to make the breakfast together. Anything to make them feel special even before the actual event begins.

Write a birthday letter

Make it tradition to write a birthday letter to your child every year. If your child is still too small to understand, save it and read it to him/her in later years. Every year, you can read the letters together. This letter should basically highlight the way your child has grown over the years and why they are so special to you.

Go through baby photos

There’s nothing better than spending some quality time with your child on their birthday. You can do this by going through some old baby photos or cards that you’ve stacked away for memories’ sake. You can even talk about how he/she was born and other milestones such as first day at school.

Give him/her a little freedom

It’s ok to allow the birthday child to enjoy his/her day. This could mean allowing the child to choose what they want to eat for dinner or even stay up past bedtime. It’s just a single day of the year when your child should be allowed to break some rules.

Decorate the birthday child’s room in the morning

Wake up early in the morning on the day of the birthday and surprise your child with some decorations in his/her room. You can do all this while your child is sleeping. Simple things like covering the floor with balloons that have different messages written on them can go a long way in making your child feel super excited.

Offer a random surprise

If your child’s birthday is on a school day, you can pick her/him up with a surprise gift. You can even hide a note or birthday card in their lunch bag so they come across it in the middle of the day. Bake a homemade cake and greet your child with it when you pick them up from school.

Organize a themed birthday

Themed birthday parties can be a great way to get the highest attendance and make your child very excited. There are so many birthday themes that you can consider including bowling themes, celebrity, makeover and army birthday themes. The idea is to make sure everything depicts the theme that you are trying to pull off. From the decorations to the food and venue, plan early in advance so that you don’t get overwhelmed by the process.

To book an amazing birthday party that you and your child are sure to remember, call The Wow Factory today! (954)-380-8600.