Medieval Party for Kids

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How to host a Medieval Party for your Kids

1 Book your entertainment for the day; Waggle Dance, who will train your knights and fair maidens in the art of medieval sword fighting.

2 Source or make a medieval outfit for your young squire or damsel. There are plenty available to buy on eBay if you get stuck.

3 Buy or make medieval inspired decorations such as; coat of arms buntings, DIY goblets (spray paint plastic cups gold and decorate with jewels from the craft shop), lanterns, and a faux candle chandelier if you are an adventurous crafter.

4 Prepare a cake or arrange to have one made; ideas include a shield, dragon, castle or a crown.

5 Download some instrumental themed music from the middle ages for your iPod or music device.

6 Make a simple medieval kids banquet; baskets of bread, apples, grapes, corn on the cob, sausages or meat balls.

7 Source party bags and fill with gold coins, lolly frogs, sour lizards and temporary knight medieval tattoos.


Credits & Links

by EricaL (followWriter, blogger, Mum-of-two. Advocate for sustainable fashion (recycled-fashion.commelbourne.kidtown.com.au

Party organised by Waggle Dance – www.waggledance.com.au

Cake by – Driftwood Cakes (Frankston) www.driftwoodcakes.blogspot.com

Photography by – Driftwood Images www.dwimages.com.au

As published in Peninsula Kids – Summer 2016/17

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