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8 Must-have kids party photos

 
Don't miss out on those special birthday party photos. As you’re busy rushing around it’s easy to get to the end of the party and realise that you haven’t taken any photos of the special event. Why not enlist the help of family and friends to be your ‘party paparazzi’ and ensure you have photos that will preserve the memories for years to come.
Don't miss out! Here are 8 must-have kids party photos to take at your little one's next birthday party.

As you’re busy rushing around it’s easy to get to the end of the party and realise that you haven’t taken any photos of the special event.

Why not enlist the help of family and friends to be your ‘party paparazzi’ and ensure you have photos that will preserve the memories for years to come.

Another advantage of having someone else taking the photos is that there's a greater chance that you yourself will appear in some of them. It is nice for children to be able to look back on their party photos and see their parents as well as the guests.

To give your ‘party paparazzi’ some guidance write up or print out a list of special shots that you would like them to take for you.

They can of course take others too, but the list will ensure that you have a good selection of photos of the party.
 

8 Must-have party photos


Things on the ‘party paparazzi’ list could include:

1. A close up of the birthday cake (by itself and with the birthday child).
 
2. The birthday child with their siblings, grandparents, parents, best friend and other family members.

3. The candles being blown out.

4. Children playing party games.

5. Party table showing the party food and drinks.

6. The birthday child opening their birthday presents.

7. A couple of wide shots showing the general layout of the party venue and party decorations.

8. Close up shots of each of the guests.
 

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