Win £30 to spend at Party Bags & Supplies

Planning birthday parties are stressful. I am such a stress head and worrier at the best of times so you can imagine what I'm liking planning a party! My childrens birthdays are 16 days apart so to help alleviate the stress, I've decided that I'm just goung to host joint parties, whilst they're still young at least!


I have four months to plan C and E's. That might sound like ages away but it isn't in "mum world". I've usually started long before now but I don't even have a theme and only a handful of birthday presents in. One of my least favourite things to do is finding everything to match. I am so rubbish at it but luckily Party Bags & Supplies can help with that. You can buy almost everything that you need for a party in one place and save so much time. From party bags (filled ones too!), napkins, plates, cups, straws to cupcake stands, 6ft posters and cardboard cutouts - your party will be completely sorted with minimal amounts of brain melting.

I have a tricky task this year of planning a mixed gender party. I'm quite lucky that with them only turning four and two and spending so much time together, that they do like the same things. Scrolling down the list of themes for ideas, I spotted "Toy Story". How did I not think of throwing them a Toy Story party? They are always watching the movies and constantly fighting over who gets to play with their Buzz Lightyear, Woody and Jessie toys.

The Toy Story selection is wonderful and their primary coloured plates and kids snack boxes would tie in well with the branded items. I think I've now mentally planned their party in my head and the prices are so affordable that you won't break the bank!

 
I absolutely love all their Frozen party bits too. I think the kids would too - it's so hard to choose from all their fab themes! They even offer items for adult birthdays and other occasions such as Baby Showers and Graduation parties.

The lovely people at Party Bags & Supplies are offering my readers the chance to win £30 to spend on their website - you could kit out your child's upcoming birthday party! All you need to do is fill in the Rafflecopter widget below.

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74 comments

  1. My little man turns 6 in July and would love the Gruffalo theme for his outdoor party x

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  2. I'd love to have the Frozen theme for my daughter's birthday next May when we celebrate her 3rd Birthday ..Party Bags & Supplies has just the right party supplies I'm looking for... Thankyou for the chance Rebecca ...

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  3. It is my girls birthdays in a few months....
    I've just had a look at the site and I didn't even know Emoji plates, cups and things existed x

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  4. Yes we have my niece's 3rd birthday to plan, it's in two months. I'm not sure what the specific theme is yet though.

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  5. I'd go for a pirate theme party! :)

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  6. i have my son's 5th and daughter's 1st birthday a week apart so pink & star wars i think :)

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  7. I really like the Dinosaur theme

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  8. lillie pops will be 3 in july and at the moment im thinking princess and pink...bit boring but hey, thats what she loves :)

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  9. May surprise fiancé. Great products and ranges.

    Rachel Craig

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  10. I am planning a mermaid theme for my daughter this year :) I have it all planned just need to by things bit by bit to make it all come together!

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  11. love the lively ladybugs design

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  12. I would love the Gruffalo theme for DS's party - he loves the Gruffalo

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  13. I will be celebrating my daughters birthday in December I am unsure what theme to choose but if I had to choose at the moment It would be the frozen theme, she loves Elsa and Anna :)
    I am loving the Halloween decorations they are cool :)

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  14. my little girl is coming up 4 in july so need to get my skates on haha

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  15. Would have to be a Star Wars theme, my son would never forgive me otherwise! ;)

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  16. I'm planning my sisters hen party in aug - theme is going to be Hepburn :)

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  17. My son is currently gruffalo made so would defiantly chose this as his party theme!

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  18. My grandsons would love a Thomas Train party

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  19. No, not yet. Although I'm sure it will be a Princess theme...

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  20. I have to plan my daughters party in two weeks, I'm tempted to do a royal garden party theme as she shares her Birthday with the Queens official birthday!!!

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  21. I like the idea of a Disney Olaf theme. My niece would love it.

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  22. I've always shied away from throwing a children's party because of the seemingly endless amount of organising and work that goes into it but after reading your fab post...it's beginning to change my mind. I didn't realise there were companies that put so much of the party package and themes together?

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  23. my daughter would love the shopkins theme!

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  24. We are having a Mr Men party for my daughter in July

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  25. We've just had one with a paw patrol theme, but there's two more to have in the summer and I don't know what theme. Maybe star wars and peppa pig.

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  26. My nephew is 10 in a few weeks & is football mad so would have to be a football themed party!

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  27. I have a teenager's party to sort so the Marvel Avengers were be ideal for her!

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  28. my daughters birthday is coming up, she is after a barbie theme.

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  29. christine shelley1 June 2016 at 11:28

    My neice would love My little pony

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  30. Pam Francis Gregory1 June 2016 at 20:09

    Batman vs Superman is a brilliant idea!

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  31. We are helping to plan my nephews 3rd party. Its all about paw patrol for him

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  32. barbie theme for daughters 1st birthday

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  33. My nephews joint 3rd and 4th birthdays. They love Paw Patrol, so it's great that you sell the range.

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  34. Yes we have a pirate party to plan!

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  35. Planning one for my daughter but the thought of all the organising gives me headache.

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  36. Its grandsons birthday next month his mum will have something sorted

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  37. My niece would like a Disney Princess party :)

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  38. My son is 4 in August biut i have not thought about what them we will have yet

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  39. @FCWedding - Would love to do a Thomas the Tank Engine themed party for my son at the end of July.

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  40. probably football for my football mad son thankyou

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  41. I need one for September and I love the look of the Mario theme

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  42. This would be perfect for my daughters birthday coming up, she would love the Emoji these. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  43. My daughter would love a my little pony theme!!!

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  44. I'm loving the block party lego set! Great idea! (@PeanutHog)

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  45. It will have to be a football party

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  46. My daughter and son are sharing a party in September (it's his first so he won't have many people there), I'm thinking Frozen theme for her and a few Thomas things for him

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  47. I will have my son and daughter's parties to sort out before long, I know my son would love starwars and my daughter shopkins, there always has to be a theme each year, even if its just a family gathering :-D

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  48. My son would like shark splash

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  49. I love the Shark Splash theme as we live by the sea and my son is mad on sharks.

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  50. I need to start planing my daughter's birthday party which takes place in september. Not sure about the team yet, but she does like princesses and fairies :)

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  51. Flynn would like a Lego or Star Wars theme!

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  52. Star wars would be my choice

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  53. my son's 2nd birthday is next month so we are having a BBQ and paw patrol theme xx

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  54. My son already has decided that he wants an Angry Birds theme for his party as he loved the film!

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  55. I would love a paw patrol theme for my 2 year old son

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  56. My twins would love a frozen themed party this year

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  57. The gruffalo theme my daughters new favourite

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  58. I have both my daughter's birthday's in July (2 and 6) - I was going to do a Frozen themed joint party but my eldest has asked for Superheroes so think we'll do that and Princesses so it'll cover both.

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  59. Charmian Filewood9 June 2016 at 00:48

    Loving the Star Wars

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  60. Got a great football range for my sons birthday coming up

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  61. zoe somerfield9 June 2016 at 09:45

    It's my daughters birthday at the end of June, but have no idea of theme at the mo.

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  62. It's my daughter Gracie's 5th birthday on the 23rd June so I need to start planning her party soon.I was thinking Disney Princess themed as we have just got back from Disney World and she loved it!

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  63. My mum has a tea party planned in summer so something from the tea party range.

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  64. My 2 year old is asking for a thomas party for his 3rd birthday

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  65. I love the paw patrol. With four kids this would be awesome

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  66. My daughter will be 7 in September, she loves princesses

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  67. Scooby doo for my little girl in Sept

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