1st Birthday Invitation – It’s time to celebrate the birthday of a little child! But how do you have a wonderful and memorable celebration and avoid a merger of the 1st birthday? Here are some tips to help you plan your first birthday:
1. How late is the party? Think about the time you want to schedule the party. Try to plan your baby (not the guests)! If your baby has (and needs) a long sleep around noon, it may be best to plan the party before the day. Try to select a time when the baby is rested and vigilant so that you can enjoy some of the festivities.
2. No creepy clown! Program suitable activities: Creepy clowns, loud music, loud activities can frighten the little ones. Instead of traditional noisy party games, they plan some activities that your child will enjoy – the quieter singing and applause in family nursery rhymes will make you happy and smile for the camera.
3. Take out some of the pressure-no shame when you serve the food or order a special cake. You will be happy to have done if you have a lot of time to spend with your baby the day rather than worrying about eating or entertaining.
4. Keep yourself short. Make a note of the start time and end of the call so people know when it’s time to “go to the streets”. I would suggest a maximum of 1.5 to 2 hours. This is enough time to see your friends and relatives and enjoy some activity without feeling overwhelmed.
5. Take photos… soon! Of course, your little one won’t remember your first birthday, but you’ll love to see all the photos when you’re old enough. Make sure you take a lot of photos in advance while the boy or birthday child is in a good mood and is not overwhelmed. Love these photos, they will be your happy memories of the day.
6. Open gifts. Do not expect the child to sit for more than a few minutes to open the gifts. Select a pair to rip the paper, and then leave it there. You can enjoy the gift opening later and be sure to send the thank you.
Even if your baby doesn’t remember his first birthday party, it’s an important milestone that guarantees a special feast. The celebration is important for you as a parent and for all those friends and family who will still be present for many years in the life of your child. The most important thing you should remember is to relax and have fun… before you know that you will be in high school!