From the absurd to the ludicrous, so much from Alice in Wonderland can be incorporated into your child's birthday party.
You can choose the food, the friends, the venue and the decorations - but no matter how much effort you put into planning your child’s birthday party, the one thing that you cannot control is the weather.
Some might think it's crass to ask for cash, but others say this party trend is a godsend.
As a birthday party host of some years, I have a front-row seat to the darker side of these celebrations.
Concerns have been raised about preserving the dignity of the horses, and the behaviour being a bad example to kids.
Here's what people are using instead.
It was a huge success.
Or should we give parents the benefit of the doubt?
Kids parties can generate a lot of rubbish, but it's possible to reduce the waste without reducing the fun.
The gift-giving culture has gotten out of hand.
I'm over Instagram party perfection. I make them as low-key as possible.
It’s a big day for your little one, but don’t sweat the small stuff – follow this step-by-step guide for a party that’s big on fun, small on spend.
Go and grab a coffee. Get your nails done. Why make the next two hours awkward?