This all-purpose table is easily portable and great for any type of event!
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Its nearly Easter and a lot of kids are starting to get excited about seeing the Easter Bunny, coloring eggs, and searching for their Easter baskets. If you are organizing an Easter party for your church, family, or friends, here are some pointers to help you get started.
The Easter Bunny makes a wonderful guest of honor for Easter parties. Kids love getting their picture taken with the big furry guy. Another fun option is to get a Petting Zoo with real live rabbits for the kids to pet.
Consider what activities you want to have at your Easter party. An Easter egg hunt is practically a requirement. You can have kids (and adults) paint and hide the eggs as part of the party if the event is going to be a long one or you can have the eggs ready to hide or hidden when the guests arrive. If spoilage is likely to be an issue, use plastic eggs instead and fill them with toys and treats. Make sure the eggs are hidden in places where searchers are not likely to step on them, especially if you are using real eggs, and hide them with the age of the searchers in mind. If the egg hunt is for little kids, you might want to make all of the eggs in plain site. If you have many different age groups, you might want to separate the groups either by area or by time slots so the little kids have a chance to find their eggs.
Decide whether party participants should bring their own Easter baskets or whether you will provide them. Even if people are expected to bring their own, it is a good idea to have a few baskets just in case anyone forgets. You don’t want the kids to suffer. Check the dollar store, the party store, or the craft store for Easter baskets, candy, toys, plates, cups, tablecloths, and decorations.
Pick a place to hold your party. You can have an Easter party at a church, at a restaurant, at a park, or pretty much anywhere else that you hold events. Just make sure the location you pick has sufficient facilities for an Easter egg hunt and any other activities you are planning. If you are holding your party outdoors, have a plan in case of rainy weather. If the venue does not have shelters, rent a tent just in case so everyone can stay dry and comfortable.
If you are holding your party at a restaurant, the food is probably taken care of. Otherwise you will need to make arrangements for any food you are serving. Are you planning to hire a caterer, fix the food yourself, or have a potluck? Make sure you know what food equipment will be available to you at the venue so you can plan accordingly. Brunch is typical for Easter celebrations, though you can certainly have a party any time of the day. For some reason serving breakfast type foods just seems right on the holiday. This probably partially because many people who celebrate Easter attend church in the morning and go to their Easter parties immediately following the service.
The most important part of any party is to have fun. Easter is a wonderful holiday with lots of fun family activities for kids and adults to enjoy.
The large empty field seemed like the perfect venue for a party. There was plenty of space for tables, chairs, a dance floor, and even a stage. Parking wasn’t going to be a problem either. Everything seemed good to go, until in a conversation with the DJ, he asked what power was available for his equipment. Suddenly everything needed electricity including the sound equipment, the lights, the video projector, and the food prep equipment,… and there was no power source anywhere near that big field.
If you’ve ever planned an event in an area without electricity, you know how challenging it can be to find alternatives that don’t require an external power source. Luckily, there is an easier solution that will allow you to use all your electric equipment pretty much anywhere. Rent a generator. Clowns unlimited rents a portable Honda generator and a large 25,000 watt electric generator .
What can you use a generator for? Pretty much anything that needs power. For events needing just a little power, the Honda Generator is just the thing. For large festivals and events, that 25,000 watt generator can power a lot of equipment.
Animals in the wild, at the zoo, and at the circus fascinate children. What little boy or girl does not want a puppy or a kitten? An animal themed party is sure to be a hit with pretty much any kids. The party theme can be based around all animals, a group of animals like ocean animals or birds, or a particular kind of animal such as a horse or a dog.
Perhaps the easiest way to hold an animal themed party is to have the party at the Oregon Zoo. The zoo not only showcases a wide variety of exotic animals, but also includes a farm where kids can pet goats, rabbits, and other farm animals.
Several farms in the Portland area also have party space and animals for kids to see and pet. For instance, Kruger Farm on Sauvie Island offers birthday party packages and a petting zoo.
Want to bring the animals to your party location? Consider having a petting zoo, a reptile zoo, or pony rides at your party. Having a face painter who can paint animal faces on the kids is another fun party entertainment idea.
Along with having real animals at your party, you can get animal themed inflatables and play equipment for your party. Inflatables like the Lion Bouncer and the Gorilla Bouncer feature are perfect for an animal themed party.
You can pick up animal invitations, decorations, plates, cups, party favors, games, and toys at dollar or party stores. Buy or make a cake with decorations to match your theme as well. One simple way to decorate a cake is to use plastic animal figures on top of a simple frosting job. You can also get cake pans that are shaped like animals, or frost an animal face on a circle shaped cake.
Kids are wild about animals so your animal themed party is sure to be a wild success. Have fun!