The best goodie bag advice for birthday parties

Red Tricycle Founder, Jacqui Boland, shares advice for parents on the best goodie bag ideas for children's birthday parties
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The best goodie bag advice for birthday parties

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Once your kids get old enough to start attending birthday parties, you're going to realize all of the stuff they bring home in goodie bags. And it is frustrating to have a lot of plastic chuchkies, from six, eight, ten birthday parties, coming into your house all the time. And so in Red Tricycle we came up with a list of goodie bag ideas that kids and parents will like. And so you'll make a lot of friends if you use this goodie bag ideas. You'll make a lot of friends with other parents. The first option for a goodie bag alternative is : consumables. Whether you bake cookies or home bake popcorn or granola, but give the kids something that they consume and then it disappears and doesn't clutter the house. We'll make moms happy. The second great idea for a goodie bag is : reusable. Some of the things we like are canvas toll bag that your kid can decorate, or water bottle with kids name on it. Parents will really love you if you send them home something that they can reuse. And then the third idea for goodie bags is something personal. We've seen a lot lately of t-shirts with the party theme on it. If it's a pirate party in the kids name, And that something that creates memorable experience. And the kid can wear it as well. And the other personal idea is creating a music CD. Especially, if a party has a certain theme. We went to a yellow submarine party and got a Beatles CD. And, again, it's personal. It's a reminder of an event. And parents will thank you.

Red Tricycle Founder, Jacqui Boland, shares advice for parents on the best goodie bag ideas for children's birthday parties

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Jacqui Boland

CEO & Founder of Red Tricycle

A 15-year media veteran, Jacqui helped launch a slew of media properties for Reed Elsevier, Meredith Corporation, Miller Publishing and San Francisco magazine. Prior to media, Jacqui worked in Public Relations and counted Ringling Bros Circus and Walt Disney’s World on Ice among her clients. Her start-up experience includes sflodgings.com (an airbnb predecessor) and Breathe, a yoga lifestyle company. When not running Red Tricycle, she helps manage her six-year-old’s growing lemonade stand empire.

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