Posted by funtimes on Apr 9, 2015 in Fun Times Party Rentals |

You don’t have to have anxiety over your next party, after all parties are suppose to be a fun and exciting time to create new memories with family and friends. In order to have successful party, planning is an important part of the puzzle.

Party Planning Anxiety

The more thorough you are in planning process, the more relaxed you will be before, during and after the party. In order to successfully plan for your next party, here are a few tips to insure your party is a successful one:

Happy Party Planning

  • 1. Plan well in advance. This will help alleviate much of the stress of party planning. Starting early and not being under pressure to perform allows you to enjoy yourself the day of the party.
  • 2. Understand your budget and what you would like to have at your next party. From the cake and food to decorations and entertainment. Understanding what you want and paring it up with your budget keeps everything in perspective.
  • 3. Verify your planned dates and times do not interfere with other activities is important too. It’s not a bad idea to take a poll to see how many guest are available for that date as well. Once you make plans for a cake and bounce house rental, it’s hard to change the date.
  • 4. Mapping out a backup plan in advance is sometimes a good idea. The weather is known to randomly throw you a curve ball on you party date. But if you have a Plan B or a rain plan, then the party can go one without causing you lots of stress at the last minute.

bounce house party planning

These are all important things to remember when planning for a party. When it comes to renting inflatables and/or hiring an entertainer for your event there are a few more things to keep in mind.

  • 1. Know either what you want or number of kids & ages you are trying to entertain so we can help you decide what works best for you.
  • 2. Know your budget, and have a reasonable idea on rental costs.
  • 3. Know the size of the area you are using.
  • 4. Know the specifics of the park or public facility if your event will be held there
  • a. Insurance requirements
    b. Certification requirements
    c. Electrical needs
    d. Water needs (most parks do NOT provide water for water slides)
    e. Any Obstacles (road blocks, gates, construction, etc.)