Bounce House Party Fun

Bounce House Party Fun
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Many parents are on the fence about bounce house parties; some love the ease, whether they host at a facility or bring the bounce house to their backyard.  Others wouldn’t touch them with a 10 foot pole.  Although we’ve been to many bounce house parties, I’ve never hosted one.  But that’s not to say I couldn’t rock one out with fabulous party style.

If you want to host away from home here are a few options.   3-2-1 Bounce has locations in Everett and Bellevue, Pump It Up has locations in Lynnwood, Kirkland and Tacoma, and Arena Sports Fun Zone has locations in Redmond, SODO Seattle  and Magnuson Park.

For those brave souls bringing it home, check out these great themed printables and ideas.

Take a peek at the newest set from Chicabug’s shop…everything you need from invites to thank yous and everything in between!

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Is there anything cuter than Paper & Cake’s  printable package? Check out the matching wall coverings, yup, all part of your download. Just print out full 8.5 x 11 sheets of the bouncy ball pattern, and tile them together to form the perfect backdrop!

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Lovin’ the fun details from Sheek Shindig’s party, from the ball garland to the gumball favors.

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Decorate with lots of tissue poufs! I love using them in clusters like this at my son’s recent party.  Score them from brick and mortar spots like Party City and online retailers like Shop Sweet Lulu.

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I love this favor idea from Simply Creative Insanity; she sent her guests home with inexpensive containers filled with small toys and gum.

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Another fun idea from Miss Nibbit; personalized jars you can fill with anything you want.

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