I am in charge of planning an end of the season party for my son's t-ball team. I am looking for suggestions on what to do. We are on a limited budget and our team consist of 12 boys ages 4-6. Any and all suggestions will be wonderful.
I did a soccer party before at Palace Pizza in Bartow. They were super nice, reserved tables and put them together for us. We had each family order and pay separately for the pizza.
I went to Sam's Club, they have tasty cupcakes for a great deal. I think it's $13.00 for 30 cupcakes? They put soccer rings/picks on them (no extra charge), but they may have something for baseball, go team, or congratulations, etc.
I also have one of those helium tanks you can buy from Wal-Mart, Target, or such that I keep on hand for random things (like this), some balloons, and ribbon hanging around the house. I blew up some balloons for the team and siblings that were coming (tied them to the chairs). Strangely enough, they were a hit, little kids just love balloons. I also bought a cheap pack of blowouts and laid them on the table, it was like $1.60 for 12, I bought 2 packs. Between the balloons and the blowouts, those kids had a blast. I happened to have soccer plates and napkins left over from Austin's birthday party ( I got them at It's My Party at Highland City Publix shopping plaza- I love that place and I know they would have baseball too).
Since I already had the helium and plates/napkins, I was able to do this under 20 bucks.
My age group was under 6 too. Let us know how it turns out and good luck. :)
lol, is right. :) Thanks, ladies, you are too kind. I've just been a momma for a looooooooong time. Know how comes with experience. I was surprised our party went off so well, but these group of kids were always so use to sitting still on the bench during a game, playing the game, or in the midst of practice, they were just happy to unwind and have social time. That really is the star of the party, them being able to giggle and laugh, the balloons and blowouts spread on the table helped break the ice. :)
Stacey, it's not a refillable helium tank. It's small and I paid around $20 for it. I love having it on hand for random things.