So you are planning to throw a party for your Child's birthday, now you need to work out how you plan to entertain them.
From my own experience I have learnt that for most children between the ages of two and ten an inflatable bouncing house or moon jump is a fantastic party idea!
For those of you that don’t know what they are or have never come across this concept I will explain. An inflatable bouncing house is a large inflatable structure generally with an area for bouncing on. In the UK they are called bouncy castles, they are so called because the first bouncing houses in the UK were actually shaped like castles with turrets and towers. Nowadays the shapes and designs are very varied, you can find bouncing houses with inflatable slides attached to them, or with other inflatable structures inside for climbing on. Find more info at www.bouncyfunforall.info
The artwork themes of bouncing houses can really thrill a child who is fanatical about a television character, as you can find many units with specific themes.
The great thing about having a bouncing house at your party is that while you are busy preparing food and decorating your home, the rental company will come and erect the structure for you, so all you need to do is switch the electric plug on and you are ready to go.
No need to worry about party games as once the children get on the bouncer you will have a hard job getting them off!
At the end of the party the rental company will come back and take the structure away.
Rental rates for bouncing houses are not very expensive, but when you are selecting a rental company there are a couple of things to find out first. Make sure that the units they use are clean and regularly maintained, and ask whether they have insurance. It is likely that you will be asked to sign a responsibility waiver, which basically states that you will be responsible for the safe use of the children using the bouncing house.
Moon jumps and bounce houses are not just for the enjoyment of children either, you can rent them for adult parties too. Now there’s an idea!
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