To begin you will need to send invitations to the guest of your party. Invitations can be purchased or alternatively if you have the time and a little creativity, you can make your own. If you're not able to find any In the Night Garden invitations to buy, then try to find some generic children's party invitations, maybe even with moons or stars to somewhat highlight the theme you've chosen.
It's important that your party guests are entertained and enjoy the party, so you will need to plan and select what entertainment your guests with enjoy, possibilities are; games, art and crafts and other fun activities. If you plan to have party games, then bring the In the Night Garden theme into the games as well. By playing music from the show or other fun children's music that the guests will enjoy listening too. You can also use this for party games like Pass the Parcel and Musical Chairs. If your party games need prizes, you can purchase some In the Night Garden gifts for prizes to keep the party theme running.
Decorations and Supplies
To make a party look like a party, you'll need some decorations. Choose some In the Night Garden party supplies and decorations to brighten up both the room and the party table. When you're shopping for party supplies and decorations for your party, you might like to consider; party hats, plates, cups, cutlery, table covers, a banner, centerpiece decorations, a pinata, party blowers, favors, gifts and streamers.
whether you're catering for a small or large crowd, it's important to keep the party food simple. Some of the most popular party foods among kids are; sausage rolls, party pies, pizza fingers, chips, cakes and biscuits. Sandwiches are also great for parties and you can have a variety of fillings on offer. You can also cut them and other appropriate foods into fun shapes with cookie cutters to add to the theme of the party too. One of the most important foods will be the birthday cake, which you can either purchase or make yourself. Either way it's great if you can have the cake decorated in the In the Night Garden theme too.
So, one of the little ones has got a birthday fast approaching and you've promised them a special party to mark the occasion in style. It's easy to plan a party for adults when all you need to arrange is a few nibbles on a tray and an endless supply of alcohol but naturally, this won't suffice for anyone under the age of 18, particularly those at the younger end of the scale who have yet to learn how to spell alcohol correctly.
If you're looking for something a little bit special, but perhaps you have a phobia of clowns and know that someone is likely to get lost if you treat them out to day at a theme park, then why not opt for a party at home where you can keep your eye on everyone and choose your own form of entertainment? If you're not quite in the loop with what's hot and what's not with children's television, then you'd better get some revision in quickly because as every parent should know, 'In the Night Garden' is the latest craze, and quite understandably so.
Somewhere, at the bottom of the garden, is a community of colorful characters who happily spend their day getting up to mischief whilst singing their favorite songs. With names like 'Haahoos' and the 'Tombliboos' you can be sure that your children are bound to be making their own words up soon enough, but nourishing that all important imagination is perhaps the greatest gift of all, so why not indulge them on their birthday with a special in the night garden Party?