Time for Party in a Box

I am usually not a fan of the packaged party thing; I'm a DIY girl after all. I'm constantly getting press releases and pitches for "party in a box" sets that just do it all for you. Now, I'm not a mom yet, and I know most moms out there say that sometimes is just easier to buy a kit. Well, if you must do the grab-n-go thing, at least spring for something as cool as Banter and Frolic. Check out these sweet party kits.

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The Carnival is in Town contains (among other things) hot dog holders, popcorn bags, pinwheels, and ticket strips.

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The Grandstand Sports Party comes with sporty drink holders, paper to make cones, pennants and sandwich holders. 

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Off Limits Construction Party comes with construction tape, straw tags, construction tape, and icon food toppers. 

Standard with each party comes invitations and a manual (yes, a how-to manual for setting up your party-in-a-box). Sad that you'd have to order from an online Australian site (hello, shipping costs!), so if you must have a kit made in the USA, go for the precious ones by Meri Meri

(But really, if you have any questions about kids' parties, leave a comment; it's my specialty!)

Banter and Frolic found via LMNOP.

March 22, 2010| DIY Home, Everyday Crafts, Parties


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