Social Distance Parties

3. Aug, 2020

It is important to keep hands, and surfaces clean, if you are having an outdoor party handwashing fascilites may not be available so being prepaired with hand sanitiser, anti bac wipes and tissues is a very wise idea and make them accessible to all attending.

3. Aug, 2020

Have a candle on a single cupcake, for the birthday child to eat, so blowing the candle out doesnt contaminate the whole birthday cake.
Or simply hold the candle off the cake for the child to blow out. Your Princess shouldnt really hold the cake, it is safer if the parent of the birthday child does this part. But dont worry we can still sing along and give them a big hip hip hooray!

3. Aug, 2020

Having a 1-2 metre space between is perfectly safe, i dont recommend holding hands but your princess/party host will have sanatised hands or be wearing clean gloves. Another safe photo option is when your Princess stands behind the children.
The Princess will not lean or bend down to face to face level, pick up any children or cuddle without parental authorisation. There are safe ways for the child to share a hug with the Princess if they really want to. Your Princess will always be wearing a clean costume, and all equipment will be sanatised. Social distancing is advised at all times but in a child friendly and discrete way as to not make anyone feel worried.

I believe children are quite adaptable and so far every child understands. We always have a wonderful time, and this new way of life does seem possible to adapt to.

3. Aug, 2020

Parties are much safer held outside your home in gardens and local village greens are perfect!

We can play games, interact, sing and dance from our own zones safely and it actually feels like we are having a beautiful picnic.
I would recommend each child brings their own blanket from their own home.