Planning ahead reduces the risk of conflict with guests’ plans and may increase your party’s attendance.Start by choosing a location for your party. If you want to do it outside the house, find out about renting space at a local gymnastics studio or gym.To simplify the rest of the party planning process, check out the paragraphs below for information on selecting cheer leading party supplies and decorations and other birthday party supplies, party favors, and more for your child’s party.Cheerleading Birthday Party InvitationsCreate your own personl invitations, or use cheerleading party invitations in packs of eight including envelopes. Either deliver by hand, place in mail at least two week prior to event. It’s a good idea to RSVP in advance in order to prepare and save cost by purchasing products that you intend to use.
Cheerleading Party Supplies and party supplies FavorsIf you plan to use paper tableware and cheerleading birthday party supplies our suggetions may be quite helpful. Please note that you may not need everything on the list; it is intended only as a guide.In addition to the basic party supplies (paper tableware, a tablecloth, streamers, and balloons) you may also want to consider renting or purchasing the following for your cheerleaders party:· Pom Poms· Trampoline (for practicing cheer tricks)·
Cheer Sticks· Cheerleading UniformsCheerleader Party DecorationsFill your party space with school spirit! Here are some fun and creative ideas for cheerleading party decorations· As each guest enters the party area, give them two shoe poms to tie to their shoes and ribbons to tie in their hair. Then, paint a school mascot or cheer slogan on their cheeks with a Homemade Face Paint Recipe· Cut large megaphones and school pennant shapes out of construction paper and write a cheer slogan on each one.
Try xGo! Fight! Win!x, xTeam Captainx,· Balloons and streamers are a must-have at any party! Tie groups of balloons in your child’s school colors to the backs of chairs, float them up from tables, or use them to mark doorways. Star-shaped Mylar also add a festive touch, as do using pom-poms as balloon weights.· If your child’s school mascot is something traditional – such as a wildcat, bulldog, or bear – set up some stuffed animals that match the mascot as decorations.· Hang fun cheerleading banners on the walls.·