Tuesday, 11 July 2017


For kids summer is the best part of the year; no school, no homework and lots of fun in the sun. if your child is lucky enough to have a birthday in the summer (or if you just want to up your ‘cool’ mom status with a summer shindig) here’s a second round of kids party ideas to keep your little ones well entertained in the coming months. 

Kids love bubbles and to be honest as an adult I think they’re pretty cool as well. Your local dollar store or big box store of your liking will have everything you need to throw a bubble bash. Set up a table in the backyard filled with bubble accessories and let the kids have at it.

For older children you’d be wise to rent or purchase the round plastic bubble balls. Make sure they have a wide enough space to run and play because once those human filled bubble balls start bouncing around there’s no telling which way they’ll bounce – a fan favourite for sure.

It doesn’t matter how old you are, chances are you fancy a cupcake once and a while. And if you’re a kid, you probably fancy them all the time. 
For your child’s next birthday wow their guests by having them decorate their own dessert. Pre bake plain cupcakes and set up a decorating station filled with different flavour icing, various toppings and decorations.

I’m not going to lie, it’s probably going to get messy but the memories will be worth it! 

Mini putting is a must for a kids birthday- we all did it! Step it up a notch by bringing your brood to a glow in the dark mini putting range. Located all over in the GTA it’s a blast and something out of the ordinary.

Many places have party rooms to rent and will supply pizza for your guests but you could step it up a notch by bringing the party to your backyard which can also be outfitted to be ‘glow in the dark’. Here’s how: 

Rent some LED glow balls, pillars and cubes to transform your backyard into a glowing, fluorescent fun house. 

Fill neon balloons with water (or paint regular balloons with neon paint) Wait until the sun goes down and bam! You’ve got a glow in the dark water balloon bash. 
Get some non toxic neon paint and paintbrushes and let the kids paint their exposed arms and legs . The kids will love it!

Canadian Summers are fleeting so make the most of yours while you can! Stay tuned to our blog for more summer fun activities, tips and tricks. 

Party on Toronto! 

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