It's always fun to plan out birthday parties, especially themed ones. The planning is the most exciting part of it all, and when the party comes, you can just sit back, relax and enjoy everything you planned for. Of course, even though it's fun and exciting, it's not as easy as it seems. There are so many things to consider when planning a birthday party, so here are a few tips to consider when planning the best mermaid-themed birthday party ever:
1. Get your Under-The-Sea-themed snacks ready. The food you serves says a lot about your planning. You have to consider your guests, the kids who will be attending, their concerns, allergies and so many more. You should also look for snacks and treats that will get them excited for the rest of the party, such as a candy buffet!
2. Ask your loved ones to participate. Plan some fun games and activities. Hire a face painter or a magician. Find some activities for the kids to do while the adults are chatting their way through the afternoon. You can also ask your mermaid birthday girl what she wants to have for her birthday party: maybe an inflatable pool or water guns!
3. Decor is the key. For the photos to look great, you should have beautiful decor. Since the birthday is mermaid-themed, you can use your imagination and DIY a beautiful ocean backdrop, or you can check out different decor inspirations from the internet. Plan this ahead so you can ask people to help you pick out color schemes, materials, and many more!
4. Fun candy or dessert table is a way to go. Kids love sweets! You can go for a candy buffet ane get some beautiful ocean-themed lollipops like these ones (or customized ones like these), or bake a beautiful cake (if you can bake). You can also add in some donuts, cupcakes, sprinkles, and other sweet treats you can think of. The kids will love these!
5. Just relax and take it easy. At the end of the day, the whole point of the birthday party is to celebrate your little one. Loosen up, just relax and enjoy the process of planning. Enjoy the party and don't worry too much about the things that won't go as planned.