Saturday, April 29, 2006

Calling all idea thinkers!!

Iman's 2nd birthday is coming up and I am stuck for ideas. Our house is too small to fit in all our guests, and I need a nice party venue!

Please make suggestions... ask your friends, ask them to ask their friends.

Keep these things in mind:
-Dubai is too warm for anything outdoors
-She's turning 2, not 20, so the venue must be child-friendly
-I would like to do something in the early afternoon

Please suggest what ever you can.

Thanks!

9 Comments:

At 6:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

do they have a place like chucke cheeses in Dubai?thats where they have different games and pizza the kids just love and the character "chucke"(which ia big/cute mouse attracts kids.the birthday kid gets to cut the cake with the chucke cheese and the waiters sing the bday song.its like total entertainment under one roof for kids and parents too!

 
At 8:51 AM, Anonymous Sudha said...

Play Centres like Children's City, Fun Corner, Lou Lou Al Dugong's, Peek-a-Boo and more offer various birthday packages.

We had arranged our son's 2nd birthday party through Flying Elephant. They've excellent kids/adult themes.

http://www.flyingelephantuae.com/

 
At 10:15 AM, Anonymous sherrine francis said...

One year,my mom organized a costume birthday party for my brother. It had a theme and everything. Since he was a lil boy who was into action figures that was the theme, but it can be anything.

There are some super fun kids birthday snacks. For example,add food coloring to margarine/butter and make around 3 batches of colors - whatever red, yellow, green. And then layer sliced bread and put a different between diff layers. I wonder if 2 year old mouths are too small for this. But you can cut them into tiny triangles and they are beyond cute. They look like lil rainbow triangles. OH, and you sprinkle sugar over each layer!

And, they have really fun games online.

 
At 12:06 PM, Blogger DariushAlavi said...

Ooh, this is a tough one for me, 'cause I'm not up to speed with Dubai venues.

Long shot: might your school be kind enough to give you the use of a hall or large room for an evening?

 
At 1:18 PM, Blogger arfiman said...

Paint Ball...

 
At 2:22 PM, Blogger Hina said...

sniff sniff... not enough time left, and still no place to host the party. The final guest list (after cutting off just about everyone we wanted to invite) tallies to 30.

Thanks all for writing in. I don't think Iman is ready to have a party at a play area. Plus, our guests are still just mainly adults.

D, it was a great idea, but my school is really snooty. They can't let anyone use the premises.

Arfi... 2, she's turning 2.

 
At 2:33 AM, Anonymous Sudha said...

I must have misread you that you wanted a place for kids/parents friendly where everyone can have fun.

If your guests are still just mainly adults. Then just book a small banquet room in any of the hotels and have a blast there. To cut the cost you can arrange for a cake, decorations and food yourself.

 
At 6:44 PM, Anonymous y2kmicrochck said...

sorry to sound un original ... but ....the park .... sourses say as long as there is a magician or charecter makingbaloon animals the kids will remain spell bound and that means happy parents.

 
At 6:33 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

love doll

 

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