Throwing A Great Welcome Home Party
Everyone wants to give their kids the best in life, whether that’s cooking them healthy meals, helping them to follow their passion, or sending them to the best schools you can find. But sometimes doing the best for them can mean being apart from them, such as if you’ve sent them to Canadian Accredited Independent Schools, which means they are away from home for the whole of the school year.
They know that they are there so they can enjoy the best education and that they are lucky to have so many opportunities presented to them, from academic challenges to extracurricular activities like theatre and sport – but they still miss home while they’re away. So it’s important to make sure that when it’s time for them to come back, you throw them a great coming home party t make them feel welcome and excited to be back.
How to make sure the welcome home party is a hit
Hire a chef
It can be difficult to throw an original event that’s more interesting than you’re average paper-chains and nibbles DIY event; but there are ways to offer up a classier and more upmarket event for your homecoming party. If you click here, you’ll find a whole host of private chefs available to hire so you can throw a dinner party with the best food so you can enjoy the company of your friends and family while the food is taken care of for you. This also shows that you’ve put a lot of thought into this event and that your child coming home from a term away at school is an important event – they’re sure to feel loved and thoroughly welcomed home! Plus, a fancy meal is a much better opportunity to catch up on how their school life is going than a big party with lots of people milling around might be.
Buy the right gift
On top of planning the right event it’s important to make sure you get the right gift for your returning child so that they know you know them well and want them to be happy. You can always learn more about your child’s tastes but showing them you’ve taken an interest in who they are and what they enjoy by buying them accessories that suit their style or books tailored to their interest will make them feel valued by you and well listened to.
Make sure they feel welcomed home from their term away – and make sure you don’t skimp on the present!