Earlier this week I planned Twitter party and I was shocked to discover it’s just as stressful as planning an actual party. I stayed up late the night before wondering what details I had to finalize the next day and minutes before the party I was anxious. Would people come? Would Twitter crash? Of course I survived, but it got me thinking–there have to be places out there that make planning a party easier, right?
Yes, obviously, there are. And here are 5 every mom planning a kid’s birthday party should know about.
TinyPrints.com: I like stationery, but I don’t like paying a ton for it, which is why I always buy birth party invitations from Tiny Prints. The quality is great, the customer service is awesome, but best of all, they’re not too expensive.
BirthdayInABox.com: If you–like me–get anxiety as soon as you step foot in a party supply store, this is the site for you. It’s basically like a birthday party decor one-stop-shop. They sell these amazing birthday kits that come with plates, napkins, cups, tableclothes, streamers and candles for less than $20. No worry about matching those Dora plate with those Dora napkins–it’s all done for you.
Betterfly: And because no birthday party is complete without some entertainment, you must check out Betterfly. It’s this awesome new site that’s all about connecting you with the right people, so whether you’re looking for a clown, a karate demo or a fun kid’s band, just do a search and voila!
Sign up for our newsletter to get even more finds delivered right to your inbox.
Click here to email Jeanine, the author of this post