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What Happens at a Character Party?

Here is a sample itinerary of a typical party, based on the client's chosen activities:


Your character will arrive at your door while with their theme song playing in the background. The children will be in awe! Once he/she enters, they will spend a few minutes meeting the birthday child & mingling with her & guests giving them all a chance to say, "Hello".


After Meet & Greet time, it is suggested that you take group photos. Taking most of the essential family photos with your character now ensures that you get all the photos that you want. This also gives time for any shy children to get comfortable & "warm up" to 

the character being there.  


Next, the character will lead the kids in an interactive chat while they recount stories about their particular character's adventures. The children will love having a chance to ask questions of the character.

Next, the character will lead the children in fun themed activities and games. Depending on the chosen character, these may include: dancing, singing, obstacle course, relay races, and themed games, limbo, etc.


Finally, about 10-15 minutes before the character has to leave, we recommend bringing out the cake and singing Happy Birthday to the Birthday child. This will serve as a good distraction too when your character has to leave. They won't be focused on her departure because now they get to eat cake! 

Your party will be full of fun interactive activities themed to your chosen character. It will be a fun time for all!

Some examples of children's party games may include:

"Hot Potato" with a themed plush, "Duck, Duck, Goose",

"Freeze Dance", "Musical Mats", "Ring Toss", "Parachute Play" or "Simon Says"

Some examples of Toddler activities may include: 

*Follow the Leader *Parachute Play *Bubble Machine/Bubble Play *Coloring *Hula Hoop Play

*Freeze Dance *Dance Party *Nursery Rhymes

**All games are themed to the particular character and may vary by performer.

Activities can be tailored to toddlers.


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