Tips for organising a birthday party
How can you ensure your child’s first birthday becomes a success? Avoid having this special moment end up as an adult get-together with these few children’s party ideas:
A birthday surprise
Hold the party at snack time, just after your child’s afternoon nap. He will be in a great mood and enjoy the celebration even more. While he sleeps, you will have time to decorate.
When he wakes up, begin the fanfare with songs, laughter and other party sounds. Show your child the table and the decorations you have carefully set up.
Fill the table with colourful and exciting decorations so your child understands that something special is happening.
If you have time, make a table runner with party novelties and paper plates with eye-catching patterns.
Opt for a proper birthday cake and not just a sponge cake.
It is important for your child to share his first cake with the whole family. This section contains two original recipe ideas perfectly suited to your child’s age.
There is no perfect gift for a child’s first birthday. At age one, your child will have acquired new psychomotor skills, so the best type of present is one that encourages his development at this stage.
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