When it comes to children’s party decorations, the options are so many that it is sometimes difficult to choose just a few items. For many people, what calls the most attention are the guests’ tables, a place where most of the event remains and can and should be decorated.

When choosing a table decoration for a children’s party, special care is needed, so that everyone can have fun without accidents. The choice of tables is the main step, as they are located in the party room, a place where children pass by, playing and running. In order to avoid accidents, it is important that the furniture is firm, with subtler corners, being more rounded, to prevent children from getting hurt. About decorative objects, it is possible to use an infinity of them, and some care should be taken. “Since the guests’ tables will be full of children, just avoid glass jars or other objects that can cause accidents, such as sharp ones, in the decoration”, indicates Mariana Perylo, from Perylampo Festas.

Another tip is to choose colors that match the theme of the party. For example, if it’s Mickey, red and black can be used, to refer to the character, on towels and other decorative elements. Among the options for items to decorate the tables are toys, groceries, arrangements, flowers, arrangements with lollipops and other sweets. “It is also possible to fill balloons with helium gas, which makes them stand upright, making the table decoration even more beautiful and fun. Choose balloons with the party’s theme colors to make everything more harmonious”, concludes Mariana Perylo.

Agenda sent by Manu Ferreira da 4Comunicação

Images provided by Mariana from Perylampo Festas.

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