Will you use the service of children's party planner to plan your child's birthday?

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Firebird - posted on 09/27/2011

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Kid's, cake, balloons and pin the tail on the donkey. Doesn't take much time to plan. Party planners do get pricey.

Jodi - posted on 09/27/2011

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Um....no? How hard could it possibly be to put together a party for a group of kids? Maybe for their 18th or 21st...... :D

However, I HAVE hired entertainment to come into a party before, a person to paint faces, make model balloons and organise games for the children. Is that what you mean? That's the sort of thing that seems to work well here (I've been to several parties that have used THAT sort of service). But to actually ORGANISE the party? No.

Amy - posted on 09/27/2011

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No my kids birthday party will never be do elaborate that I can't manage all myself. Even though I work full time and so does my husband.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 09/27/2011

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You can always have it at a local venue, a gym, pizza place, arcade...but it really depends on your childs age. I have done this before, and only needed to supply the cake. If you want, you can usually bring in your own themed plates etc...how old is your child?

Jessica - posted on 09/27/2011

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I did my daughter's 3rd birthday party earlier this month and it went great. I am in Canada and I had help from family, but I didn't feel the need for any other input. I say do what you (and/or your child) wants to do and have fun! :)

Karen - posted on 09/27/2011

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nope..i can find better things to spend money on. i just had a birthday party for my son this past weekend and it went just fine with me doing it solo

~♥Little Miss - posted on 09/27/2011

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Nope. I would not want to waste the money. Parties are expensive, and having a planner for something like an Anniversary party, wedding reception...I can understand that....but for a childrens party....unnecessary. But if you have the extra money to throw around....have at it.

Michelle - posted on 09/27/2011

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Well I only work part time and I'm in Australia so completely different situations. You didn't elaborate too much on your question though.

Bunmi - posted on 09/27/2011

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Thx Michelle for ur comment- but i dont think planning a child's party would cost a fortune ( not even close). For a working mom in Nigeria i think it help a great deal.

Michelle - posted on 09/27/2011

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Nope, why should I pay someone a fortune to plan a party when I know my children better than anyone?

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