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How to plan a cheap Christmas party for children

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It’s that time of year again! Christmas is just around the corner, many institutions are planning unforgettable office parties to celebrate and award their well-deserving staffs.

 

Christmas is all sharing what you have with others; family, friends, and neighbors.

Everybody loves a party, but most especially Christmas parties. It's an event that brings together people to celebrate the holidays and the blessings of the year.

 

For a successful end of year bash for children on low budget, follow these simple tips to plan an unforgettable party.

 

Date

Most families and offices organize parties during Christmas to dine and share and create new memories. If you don’t want your party to flop, choose the right date for your party and end the year on a good note.

 

Invitation

Employ the services of a friend designer to design an invitation card. Share videos and artwork on all your social media handles and tag your friends' seeking for sponsorship. Friends for pro bono, right?

 

Venue

Some individuals and institutions are making fortune for renting out their space to others for events.

 

If you have a spacious compound in your house, all you need is table and chairs.

 

To save cost on renting, talk to your local pastor about your intentions to dine with some members of the congregation and friends from your neighborhood. He will give you permission to use the church compound plus free tables and chairs.

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