Oh no, what to do with wet weather!

Do you have a party planned in the next few weeks but the weather isn't looking so good?

With the current weather patterns, there has been a lot of rain on the radar!

Here are our tips:

1. Have a backup venue in mind. We recommend home as the best backup venue there is! If your home can accommodate your guests, it is always best to be have your party at home rather than rushing to a party venue on the day of the party. If you are not sure if your home will work for a party, we can do a FaceTime call and look at the space or you can send us pictures so we can advise you if we think it will work at home. 

f home is not a viable option, your local government council has a range of options. You can book a local community hall, scout hall, local PCYC centre, golf clubs, rugby fields, tennis centres, bowling clubs and even Surf Life Saving Clubs. You can view our recommended list of venues below:







2. Keep an eye on the weather and make sure you are looking at your party suburb (not the general area of Sydney) because weather can vary between suburbs/areas. Some recommended apps include Accuweather, BOM, Rain Parrot, Google Weather. 

3. Inform your guests of the change as soon as possible. To avoid party stress, inform your guests via text as soon as possible. If you are swapping locations, it can be a good idea to resend the original invite with the updated address and mark it as “UPDATED” so parents refer to the new invite.