Best Time To Hold A Childs Party

Are you looking to plan an unforgettable birthday party for your child? Look no further! Holding a child's party can be great fun, but there is a lot of planning and time necessary for the most successful event. In this blog post, we'll explore the best time to hold a child's party and share some tips on how to make the day extra special. Read on to find out more about creating an amazing celebration for your little one!

Best time to hold a child's party

Birthday Parties for children involve many different things that need planning ahead of time, one of them being the question as to what time to hold the party.  Whilst there is no real strict time that is best for a child's Birthday Party most people choose either 11.00am till 1.00pm or 3.00pm till 5.00pm.  The reason for this is that halfway through the party the children will want something to eat and the times suit this perfectly.

When you are planning what time to hold a party, if you are going to hire a children's entertainer such as Magic Stuart then do make sure that they have availability for the times that you are thinking of having otherwise you may be disappointed that the children's entertainer is booked up.

As a general rule it is also best to put on the invites the start time of the party as being 15 minutes before the entertainer is due to start as this allows for any latecomers to the party, as there always is, not missing out on anything.

Whilst a weekend date is the usual choice a weekday is also perfectly ok. but in this case, unless the children are on holiday from school, the party would have to be later on in the day which isn't always best for some children especially the very young.

Stoke On Trent children's entertainer

If you are looking for an ideal children's entertainer for your child's Birthday Party, School fair, Wedding or special event then why not take a look at a leading party magician - Derby Children's Entertainer Stuart Brown - who has many different party and event packages to suit your needs.


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