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Tips to Hosting Child Birthday Party on a Budget

While birthday parties can be expensive, it doesn’t have to cost you a fortune.

Here are some tips for hosting a fun birthday party on a budget.

1. Skip Store-Bought Treats

Make your own treats and goodies to cut down on costs. With just a little bit of effort, you can make sweet treats like cookies and brownies that will wow your guests and save money too!

This is also a great way to use up any leftover ingredients from other meals in your kitchen. For example, if you’ve got extra chocolate chips or sprinkles left over from making cookies or cupcakes, you can add them to ice cream sundae toppings.

Or if there are any extra nuts left over from making granola bars or trail mix (or even if there aren’t), they would make a delicious addition to ice cream toppings as well.

And with many kids loving peanut butter cups and candy bars these days, why not try putting together your own DIY versions using store bought candy?

Kids love unwrapping their favorite candy bar right before eating it, so having an easy DIY version could be a hit at your next party.

2. Host Your Party at Home

Tips to Hosting Child Birthday Party on a Budget

If you host your child’s birthday party at home instead of going out to eat or renting space somewhere else, you can save big bucks—and give yourself more time to enjoy being with friends and family instead of waiting around for food and drinks.

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