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I love planning parties. It is one of my favorite things to do. So, when birthdays or special occasions come around, you can be sure that I am the first one getting the ball rolling when it comes to planning. I like to be in charge. But it works out for the best when you see the final product. My parties are amazing (if I don’t say so myself). From organizing something like this dunk tank hire in Perth for all the adults to play with, to hiring bouncy castles and other inflatable toys for the kids, my parties are definitely unforgettable. My next big challenge came when I was in charge of putting together an amazing and memorable party for my son.
My 6 year old is obsessed with Ghostbusters, we’ve watched both the original and the newly version dozens of time. He still gasps ever single time that creepy basement door opens on it his own. He started asking for a Ghostbusters birthday party this year, and asked to be Abby for Halloween (he said it was because she was the only one that really believed in ghosts lol). He’s in a large class, plays several sports, active in Cub Scouts, and we have a large family, so I’m expecting a big party. I would rather that no one felt left out and everyone had a good time. I’ve spent the last few years stressing over birthday party themes and cooking, that I didn’t get to enjoy his parties. This Ghostly Good Party is simple and it can be done inexpensively. I hope you enjoy this Fast & Fun Ghostly Good Party Tutorial.
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