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Firstly, Make sure that you ask your entertainer if they have a working with childrens card. Some States, such as Queensland, do not require entertainers to have one when performing in private homes. However, all the full time entertainers make sure they have this working with childrens card.
If having an oustide party always have a plan B in case it rains.
Get a professional entertainer or supplier instead of risking your party. Always check their websites. A general rule is if the childrens party supplier or birthday party entertainer has spent a lot of time in a good, well managed website with professional photos and testimonials, they will be more reliable and professional.
Always ask other parents who they have hired in the past and see if any can be recommended to you.
Tie balloons to the end of your fence so that your party entertainer/ jumping castle hire or caterer can find your venure easily.
If you have a party in the park check their is shelter, the toilets are opened daily and are clean, and that the ground does not have an ant problem.
Parents and siblings often hang around the parties. Some parents expect cups of coffee and the siblings to receive party bags (just warning you :-)    )
Keep food covered during an entertainers performance - Nothing ruins the party spirit than watching children tucking into fairy bread than joining in party games. Listen to your entertainer - The full time entertainers perform about 300-500 birthday parties every year! They know how to make your party a success!
Ask your child what they would like for their birthday. Remember that your child is most likely to change their mind a number of times. It is best to go with the first idea and stick with it instead of driving yourself crazy!
Call your entertainer or party supplier the day before. Human error happens so best to catch it instead of having a shock on the day.



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