When you plan a kids’ party at BounceU, our bounce houses are just the start of the fun. You can make your party even more memorable with some of our add-ons that will help to ensure that your child won’t soon forget his or her special day. BounceU offers a variety of party add-ons, including our popular face painting and boppers.
With our face painting service, we provide an artist who will paint each guest’s face with the cool design of their choosing. The colorful paint is sure to stand out in your party photos and create special memories. For a keepsake of the day, consider giving BounceU Boppers as party favors. This 36” blow-up hammer is ideal for older kids and a favorite BounceU favor.
The add-ons at BounceU let you personalize your party anyway you want it. We also offer a full selection of party decorations and can make any party theme come alive. Start planning today by calling our party place in Farmingdale at (516) 986-4518.
After you have chosen the right kids’ birthday party place for your little one’s big day, it’s time to take care of one of the most complicated aspects of party planning: the invitations. Birthday party invitations for kids often raise many questions about the right etiquette to follow to ensure that your child has a fun day and everyone feels included. Here are the answers to some of the questions parents often have about sending kids’ party invitations.
Do I have to invite the whole class?
The question of exclusive party guest lists versus including the entire class is a tricky one for parents. Inviting the entire class can get more expensive than you would like, but excluding a few children from an event everyone will be talking about in school can feel cruel. Generally, when kids are too young to understand the concept of keeping the details of their party quiet, parents invite the whole class. After first or second grade, the guest list for parties usually shrinks, as kids become more adept at considering each other’s feelings.
Can I send invitations to school?
Some schools have strict rules about distributing invitations on school grounds, so follow the guidelines set for your child’s classroom. If invitations are allowed, it can be fine to send them into school if you are inviting the entire class, but distribute them privately if you are not.
Should I include siblings and parents of party guests?
In some cases, it makes sense to have parents of guests stay for the party, especially for young kids who will need additional supervision. In these instances, it is nice to include siblings as well. For older children, having parents drop them off is usually expected. Be sure to indicate on the invitation who is really invited to the event to avoid any confusion.
Whatever the size of your child’s birthday party, BounceU is ready to welcome all of your guests for a fun-filled day of bouncing and games. We can accommodate your chosen party theme to create a day your child won’t forget. To learn more, contact our kids’ party place in Farmingdale by calling (516) 986-4518.