It’s the 15th birthday party and the child feels all grown. It’s okay for the feeling to be there as long as nothing wrong takes place. If you are already getting excited about your teen’s party and you have some 15 birthday party ideas, you might as well stop. At this age, with the ‘all grown up feeling’, these teenagers want to plan their own parties, have their own crew in the party and no parents. Don’t take it personal if they inform you that you are not invited to a party happening in your own house.
Two important things while considering 15 birthday party ideas is: 1. You might have to make a fall back plan incase those wild ideas your teen had fail, 2. And you will need to keep your foot firm on the things they want or you will have wrong things in your own home.
Some 15 birthday party ideas on themes that will make your teens excited include rock concerts, in the woods theme, water falls and pools too. The problem in deciding their themes is that you need to have details about the last most rocking birthday party then take the game to a higher level. This will need help from your teenager and the friends. Some of the themes your teenagers will suggest might be so scary you will need to deny them the chance and come up with a better party or you will labeled worst parent.
Teenagers love fast foods. The 15 birthday party ideas that you should think of regarding food include a lot of fast foods. Get sodas and French fries, pizzas, and other goody bags. You can make this less tasking by letting them go buy their own food stuffs.
When you decide on a gift in your 15 birthday ideas for your teenagers, you can buy video games, designer wear, designer hand bags, and other fashionable items. You can also get them carvings, or drawings that will always remind them of their 15th birthday. The temptation to give cash to buy what they like is only good at the moment until they start complaining how other parents bought good stuff for their teens. Don’t think of that.
Get your teens their favorite cake and allow them to indulge with friends. Have some left that you can share with the rest of the family. Write encouraging words on the cake and let the teens enjoy the cake.
If your teen is the introvert type, you can organize and have a family camp with some of the friends and have a memorable birthday party at the camp. You can narrate to them their life story especially about their childhood part which they might have no idea at all. Allow them time with the friends to just unwind and enjoy their time out of the normal life schedule. Let them sleep in the same tent with friends and enjoy themselves.
Remind yourself how being 15 felt and enjoy the moment.