Birthday Parties… your turn!

So our last birthday party (for a three year old) was a Fancy Nancy Soiree!  It was great fun, made for adorable pictures, but was of course, a ton of work.  So GAP readers, where do YOU celebrate birthdays?  For the younger set?  The older kids?  At home?  Away?  Which parties have been the easiest or least expensive or most fun?  Please leave a comment below so we can assemble your ideas in a future post. (Just click on the comments to add your own!)

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5 thoughts on “Birthday Parties… your turn!

  • Anonymous

    The Little Theater/video store on Germantown Avenue in Mt. Airy. The cost is $75. They provide tables, chairs and the movie theater for up to 25 people and popcorn. You can choose one of their movies or bring your own. You bring in your own food. They are helpful, friendly and we've always gone over 2 hours with no problems.

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  • Anonymous

    We've used the Little Treehouse Cafe and loved how they took care of everything! We also enjoyed how the adults had time to gather while the kids played. My friends from outside the neighborhood could not get over how beautiful it is!

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  • Anonymous

    Just wanted to let everybody know that O'Doodles Toy Store http://odoodles.com/ has a room that they rent for parties ( $100 first hour, $50 second hour , $25 each additional hour.).

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  • Anonymous

    We love having parties at home. We pick our child's current most favorite thing (can be a tv character, book, activity, etc.) and use that as a theme for the party. We come up with creative ways to make the party fun and low cost. Of course, having summer birthdays is key for this. We often hold them outdoors.

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