As one of Birmingham’s highly experienced children’s entertainers, Bob’s picked up a lot of wisdom over the years. He therefore knows exactly how to entertain both children and adults- and what makes the perfect party!
Naturally when organising a children’s party, you want assurance it will be both fun and safe for all guests.
Are you looking to throw the perfect party? Check out some of our tips below.
Choose your entertainer wisely
Three golden rules for choosing a kids’ entertainer:
1) Make sure they are police-checked.
2) Check that they have Public Liability Insurance.
3) Ensure that all electrical equipment they use is Portable Appliance Tested (PAT)
Magic Bob has all three of the golden rules, and is more than happy to provide proof of certification, whether over email or in person.
Have fun with your decorations.
Nobody will appreciate fun and colourful decorations more than children.
Nowadays everything can be customised, from the streamers, balloons and napkins to the food. Whether you want to create a winter wonderland, character-themed party or Easter bonanza, the children will remember it forever, so it’s always worth doing.
Why not make some decorations with your child, before the event? Creative activities are always a great bonding experience, and help build that anticipation before the big day.
Assign a table for presents.
This will means as guests arrive, they can leave presents on the table, which makes things much more organised. After all, children’s parties can get messy! It also means your child will have something to look forward to later on.
Delay squeakers and balloons until home time.
Children can become rather over-enthusiastic with squeakers and blowers in particular. It might be best to leave these until the end of the party. Balloons should also not be left on the floor, as they can easily be stepped on. Nobody wants that terrifying bang to ruin their party, as the balloon explodes!
If you would like to hire Magic Bob for your child’s next party, simply contact call him on 07800 905976 or 0121 445 2279
Alternatively, you can submit the online enquiry form.