Parenthood is a full-time job in itself, so how are you supposed to find the time to plan your kid’s birthday party on top of it all? It would be nice to have an extra hour in the day… But on second thought, that would just be another hour of work, wouldn’t it? Well, we can’t take all of the parental stress off your plate, but we can help you with the birthday party planning. Keep reading to learn some time-saving hacks for planning a birthday party.
Birthday Party Planning Hacks to Save Time
Choose a party package.
At Chester Skateland, we make birthday parties easy, breezy, and FUN! Just choose the birthday party package that fits your needs, and you’re set. Basic parties include free admission for 10 people, plus free skate rental, a snack, and a free admission pass for the birthday kid on their next visit. Upgrade your package for additional features like pizza, tableware, goodie bags, and other fun stuff.
If you’re more interested in a private party, we’ve got you covered there, too. Just give us a call at 804-748-0379 to book your party and learn more. (Please note that due to COVID-19, there are some changes to our party offerings.)
Let us handle the heavy lifting.
Even a “simple” at-home party can be a lot of work for parents, with clean up and decorating before the party, arranging for food and entertainment, then cleaning everything up afterward. Instead of making all that work for yourself, leave the party to us. Not only will you save time and stress, but you’ll also be able to actually enjoy your child’s party instead of being on hostess duty the whole time!
Keep it simple.
Despite what you see on Instagram and Pinterest, it really doesn’t take much for kids to enjoy a birthday party. There’s no need for countless games, entertainers, fancy tablescapes, elaborate cakes, or handmade decorations. One fun activity is plenty for a kid’s birthday party, which is why roller skating birthday parties are so popular! The built-in entertainment is plenty of fun to keep kids occupied for the whole party and then some.
Send digital invites.
Speaking of keeping things simple, let go of your inner octogenarian etiquette maven and just send digital invitations. Most people will lose a paper invitation anyway, but it’s a lot harder to lose an email, e-vite, text, or Facebook event invitation. It will also help you keep track of RSVPs.
Ready to make the perfect birthday bash happen for your kid? We can’t wait to party with you! Check our party availability online and save the date for roller skating fun with your special kid.