K.K. asks from McKinney, TX on October 31, 2009
Bounce Party at Home in December???
My daughter wants another princess party this year as she turns 5....I was thinking of renting a castle bounce or slide type thing for the backyard and having a 'tea' party for her. The party would be the second week in December...anyone have a bounce company recommendation and opinion/experience with doing this in the first part of December?
K.S. answers from Dallas on November 02, 2009
My husband and I are professional Clowns living in Anna and we've worked with some bounce house rental places who can be pretty expensive. Compare what they will charge for a day rental versus hourly. Try and find a shady spot to set up and also consider the later part of the day so it is not too hot, even in December. Bouncing will make the children really hot.
If you need any entertainment for your party, we offer facepainting, balloon sculptures, comedy magic shows, Glitter Art Tattoos (these are great because they will stay on for 5-7 days), friendship bracelets, along with fun interaction and games. We've entertained at birthday parties and large events like the Plano Balloon Festival.
Our prices are very reasonable (we have four great kids of our own so we know how expensive things can get)and we do our best to work within a person's budget.
Please feel free to take a look at our website at www.freewebs.com/bubblesandwowza for samples of our work.
Give us a call at ###-###-#### if you have any questions at all.
Hope you have a great party whatever you decide to do.
Hope to hear from you,
Bubbles the Clown
Bubbles and Wowza, LLC
B.M. answers from Dallas on November 01, 2009
My daughter just went to a bounce party for her friend and had a blast. The party was at Moon Jumpers in Forney. They had several bounce houses and a party room. The kids loved it. The price was about the same if you had rented one inflatable for your home.
R.B. answers from Dallas on November 01, 2009
As a child entertainer, I have had many calls where a mom needed a last minute entertainment option becauase the bounce house had been rented and then the weather just didn't cooperate (especially with all the rain we have had lately).
If you decide on a bounce house, I would just double check with the company on the payment policies regarding bad weather.
M.Y. answers from Dallas on November 17, 2009
I, along with my daughter, own Bouncin Bonanza in Crowley. We are in indoor bounce facility with approx. 15,000 sq. feet with 13 bounce houses. Please give us a call at ###-###-#### or check us out on the web at www.bouncinbonanza.net for more information.
T.F. answers from Dallas on November 02, 2009
Our daughter has a 12/27 bday. When she was little, we always had a bounce house on her bday.
The weather is unpredictable. We usually had some other entertainment booked as well as the bounce house to make sure we were covered.
C.J. answers from Dallas on November 02, 2009
I agree make sure you can get a refund in case of bad weather and have a back up plan. It might just be easier to have the party at a jump house party place. This way you don't have to worry about the weather or clean up :).