How many people would you invite for the party?
Since this was a major family event, you decided to have around 200 guests for the party. These guests also included your son’s kindergarten’s friends who would be boarding the Party Bus For Kids and going to the party venue. You estimated that having more than 200 people would be a little over the budget.
Where do you book the buses?
Anna mentioned that you could visit a few online websites and check a company that offers great looking party buses with reasonable rates and value added services. If this does not work out you can also contact an event management company in your locality and talk to them regarding the theme. Anna mentions that you can speak to a few vendors and choose one that best suits your budget and your personal requirements.
What activities would you need to plan for the party?
Annie mentions that once you have decided the company the company would give you a range of activity ideas that can be played in the party bus. Since the journey from your home to the birthday party venue would be around 20 minutes, you could have a few activities like magic shows and clown acts in the bus. These activities would create the mood for the party and both kids and adults would enjoy themselves thoroughly. After you reach the venue you can have dance, music and other games activities.
What would be the menu in the party?
The food in the party should be simple and designed keeping the kids in mind. This could include your sons favorite pizza cut out in small portions, different types of cookies, finger chips, burgers and soft drinks. The basic idea is to keep the food simple and let the kids enjoy the party.
You request Anna to meet up with you next weekend so that you can start shopping for your son’s party bus birthday theme. You also make a mental note to look into the various online sites and make a rough estimate of the expenses which would be incurred. You want your little prince to enjoy himself and have a great time with his friends on his coming birthday and hope all things turn out fine.