A birthday is a day or anniversary of the particular month and day on which a person was born. Birthdays are celebrated in numerous cultures, often with a gift, party or rite of passage. Although the major religions celebrate the birth of their founders (e.g., Buddha’s Birthday), Christmas – which is celebrated widely by Christians and non-Christians alike – is the most prominent example. In contrast, certain religious groups express principled opposition to the very idea of celebrating birthdays
Planning a winter birthday party, though, can be just as fun as planning a summer birthday party. You just have to plan ahead. If the weather outside is not too terribly cold and there is snow on the ground,, then going outside can be a fun birthday activity. Tell parents to make sure their child dresses warmly. You can build a snow fort, a snow man or go sledding. Having a movie night theme for a birthday is clever and fairly easy to plan. For example, the invitations can be made to look like a movie ticket or you can design them to look like a movie reel with all of the details of the birthday party on them. After the party, you can organise healthy games, and competitions for the children. These include crafting and painting competitions. Story competition is also one of the beloved activities of children at the party. You can also go for face painting, which would create a charm in the party. To put something unique, you can have a fancy dress show at your party. You can also hire somebody wearing the clothes of their favourite cartoon character.
Sana is the author of this birthday article. As earlier mentioned Sana is enjoying the bounties of fun and joy in U.K. On her birthday she visited few relatives, friends and colleagues.