How To Hire A Kids Bithday Party Planner

As seen on Debi Lilly TV:

Hi, I’m Debi Lilly. We’re throwing a children’s birthday party today. When you are hiring a party planner, there are so many things to look for, ask for, and check before you hire them.

My first tip is to make sure that you look through the party planner’s portfolio. You make sure it’s very much in line with the kind of party that you’re looking to throw.

Second, you really want to be clear about their cost and your budget. You want to make sure that in their pricing, they include everything that you need. You also want to make sure they are helping plan and coordinate the party, helping you buy all of the supplies and for the party, and setting up the day of the party.

It’s also so important to check experience, how long has the party planner been in business. Check references, make sure you talk to a few clients, are aware of how they work with clients, and it’s just what you’re looking for. All of these questions will help make your next party even more successful. There is nothing better than the day of your party being able to relax and know that someone is taking care of all the details for you, making it even easier, even more beautiful than you’d be able to do by yourself.

Phantom of the Opera, Paris



He lives and breathes.

Le Fantome de l’Opera.




As I stepped through oversize, gilded doorways, and arches, and marble staircases, snapping away at every single square inch of Paris’ famous, incredible Palais Garnier Opera, his spirit and presence, magically captured in each photograph.

These images – which I thought were so clear and magnificent capturing the exquisite decor…so hauntingly beautiful.




I first fell in love with the gothic Phantom of the Opera, by French writer Gaston Leroux back in college.




I was studying at Richmond College in London, and instantly fell in LOVE one night upon seeing the Andrew Lloyd Webber version live onstage.




I couldn’t wait to see the Paris Opera myself, up close and in person.




The story opens in Paris in 1911 at an auctioning of the contents of the Paris Opera House.

The contents include a fabulous chandelier in which the auctioneer proceeds to tell the story of the legend of the Phantom of the Opera.




Suddenly you are transported back a time when the Paris Opera House was at the height of its powers.




At that time, the opera house is, claimed by many, inhabited by a phantom.




If he is in anyway offended or annoyed then he will cause mayhem in the opera house.




The phantom decides to help a lowly chorus girl, Christine, by giving her music lessons through the wall of her dressing room.

He pretends to be the spirit of her dead father, and eventually she becomes a talented singer who is then thrust into the limelight.





Phantom worships Christine and is determined to make her a star.

When she isn’t given the lead in the new opera, he is angry, and decides to cause chaos in the opera house.

You tell me…

Do you still see him?


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