Thinking of a theme for your toddler’s playdate party is a tough one, especially for
uber-perfectionist moms who only want the best. Now, since the holidays are filled with striking colors and if you prefer a party that will stand out, going pastel might be a good idea. It spells warmth, softness, quaintness, and simplicity.
Work with the theme
Once you have set the theme, plan the party around it. From the food, decorations, dress motif, freebies—everything—must say pastel. Being consistent with the theme creates better impact and a good lasting impression on you as a host. Plus the matching outfit-décor sure will be a picture-perfect Instagram post.
What’s even more awesome is that your toddler’s LILLEbaby CarryOn Original Frosted Rose goes well with your theme!
Have an interactive program
No one wants a boring party, so the challenge is to have one that encourages interaction. Include activities like storytelling, Zumba, and “Follow Me” where mom and their little ones can bond even while they babywear. While the kids are busy, moms can also take small breaks and chit chat, making playdates fun for babies and moms too.
Get the moms involved
What’s a better way to ensure the success of your party than to get all hands on deck? Call your bestie moms for tips and you might even end up with many of them co-organizing the party with you! The fun part begins in dressing up, decorations, and food! Speaking of food, make sure you throw in a healthy blend of snacks that the kids will love.
Another awesome fact is that moms who have been into party-planning are there to your rescue when problems come up or when the party wraps up and you need help with the dishes.
Never forget to bond
A playdate party is always meant to encourage closer interaction among babies and it also aims to strengthen the bond between moms and their kids. Makes sure to let moms spend time and give them bonding opportunities with their little one through activities that are ideal for moms who babywear.
Playdates sure are hard to organize, but so do all great parties, right? At the end of the day, the happiness and bonding moments that you shared with your child and made you #COMPLETEtogether, AND his own experience with other babies will make you believe it was all worth it.
What’s your idea of a cool playdate theme? Make sure to give us a buzz at the comment section.