Birthday parties

Sonia - posted on 07/07/2009 ( 1 mom has responded )




We are going to have my son colin's party at a bouncy house agagin this year for his birthday and it comes out to $400 with everything. I wish their was another way we could save and not have as many kids to invite to cut cost. we feel we have to envite the whole class so no one is left out nad we do not pick or choose, that would feel not right. We live in a town house and its 100 degrees out so being outside with not be an option. what do u all think?


Diane - posted on 07/07/2009




We use to do the bouncing house party's and they are quite expensive, we would do both of my children' party at the same time because their birthday's are only about 3 weeks apart and we would do it at my in-law's house which is on a 1 1/2 acres of land, we would have 2 bouncing houses and 2 pinatas, 2 cakes and ect...., but now my children are 10 and 8 every since my son was in 3rd grade he has wanted just a sleep over party which is much less expensive and you don't have to invite the whole class because the child wants to pick and choose who is to come. Next year my daughter will be in 3rd grade and that is what type of party she is now asking for, and I am all for that drop off time 6 pm and pick up time by 11 am the next morning, the party only cost us about $100 to $200. Last month was my son's birthday we had 8 boys spend the night and we went golfing and it cost us about $200 dollars for the whole party. After golf we went back to the house for pizza from Costco and cake.

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