Wonderful parties in Welwyn
So why did I have a wonderful party in Welwyn. Kemi was there, that’s why. Kemi is a party organiser. I think you need to live in Welwyn and be her friend, but please do search her out.
When I arrived for last weeks birthday party at the Ludwick Centre, Welwyn I admit, my heart sank a little. Firstly Welwyn Garden City was very wet. The kind of rain that makes you shiver. The hall for the party was huge. Half the hall was filled with the largest bouncy castle I have ever seen. The other half was for me and the party food. Now, ask any children’s entertainer, and they will tell you that bouncy castles,children’s entertainers and magic shows don’t mix very well. This is where Kemi fitted in.
Paws Patrol in Welwyn
Firstly she decorated the hall. Our birthday boy had chosen a Paws Patrol theme. There was a Paws Patrol Cake, Paws Patrol paper plates and Paw Patrol Balloons. I helped out with my first Chase balloon. It was not the best I have seen on the internet but not a bad attempt.
The genius came in the timing. As a children’s entertainer I couldn’t have asked for better.
The children arrived and played for a few minutes with a big balloon ball I had made. We had a great magic show with the children all happily placed on a large foam mat in front of me. The children had their party tea, and then and only then, was the monster sized bouncy castle put up.
I made balloons for the children catching their breath then packed up to leave. As I was leaving the candyfloss man arrived with a popcorn cart and candy floss machine. The children ( and parents) were in heaven. What a lovely way to finish a party.