Most months, it's hard enough to just put chicken nuggets and juice on the table and gas prices aren't getting any better. Then, your favorite little one's birthday party sneaks up on you and you just want to go all out for you child-but you just can't.
Instead of focusing on what you can't afford, think outside of the box about what you could do, on a tiny budget. You actually might throw a very sentimental party that's more meaningful for yourself and your guest.
Your child is popular, what can you do! Well if your looking to entertain 20 or more kids you might want to look into a facility that has the space to accommodate all those sugar rushed kids. Keeping your budget below $300 is so achievable, Think Chuckie Cheese at $12 a kid and your party is mixed with a dozen other kids parties. Losing your kids in the mix of of chaos more a head ache then budgeting. When you add food drinks and tokens for all the games you way over the $300 budget.
Where else can you go for a party, how about an indoor moonbounce facility for your birthday parties, Most places are private, which is amazing, but at the same time place like Pump it up, Jumping Jimmies, House of Bounce average cost for a party is $300 for any weekend party. Also no including food and drinks and cake, your close to $400 now for your party.
The space is most accommodating with a indoor moonbounce place like Pump it up and House of Bounce, because your party is big, and you want private party, you don't want some random kids crashing your party. The good news is there is an affordable indoor moonbounce place out there. Located in Manassas at the Boys and Girls club is Chases Play Yard. With a happy staff and 7500 sq foot space a birthday party for 25 kiddies will only cost you $295 bring your own pizza and your only spending maybe $275 on the whole party.
If you needed more details on booking your birthday party, support the boys and girls club and go to Chases Play Yard
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