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The restaurant agreed to set up seating for 12 guests. Soft drinks were given out while we waited for all the kids to arrive. The staff then gave the kids a short tour of the kitchen. Afterwards, the kids returned to their seats, individual pizza boxes were brought out with raw dough and all the fixings to put on top of a pizza. Each child made their own pizza. The pizzas were placed into their boxes, names were written on each box, and the staff took the pizzas into the kitchen to cook.
The staff then talked to the kids about making pizza and brought out dough for the kids to play with. The kids used the raw dough just like playdough.
Once the pizzas were cooked, each child got to eat their masterpiece.
1.5 hours hours well spent and enjoyed by all.
My daughter did a "Pizza Delivery" to each guest's home to deliver the invitation and apron.
We had a 100% attendance rate. Each child came in their apron. At the end of the party, I put hard candy into the front pocket of each apron as the children walked out. They loved the party, and they loved taking home their aprons.
The restaurant charged me the price of a small drink and a child's size pizza; $67.00 was my total restaurant expense. The restaurant had 12 new families into their restaurant, and they were pleased with the exposure.
We served a cake Grandma made that looked like a train. Each kid got a train car. It was not part of the pizza theme, but the kids loved having an individual train car to eat.
Source: A friend had been to a child's party at this restaurant. She gave us the idea for the place. The owner told me that he had seen kids given aprons and that they were well received. We added the pizza boxes for delivery.
Great idea... Love it!
What a wonderful idea!
Great idea! After reading this, my daughter wants a pizza party for her bday, (she will be 8 yrs old in January).