5 budget-friendly Miami birthday party ideas

Maria Lane O'Keefe / MCT

Cool de Sac. A Cool de Sac party could be the most effortless party you’ve ever thrown for your child. They take care of everything so you can enjoy the party and attend to your guests. Choose from packages that include everything from the invitations to the goody bags. Located at Dolphin Mall and Gulfstream. Click here for details.

Gymboree Play & Music. Choose your child’s favorite theme and they will create a private, personalized party experience filled with kid friendly activities guaranteed to be 100% fun with zero clean up. They specialize in first birthday parties all the way through to fifth birthday parties. Conveniently located in Pinecrest, Kendall and Coral Gables. Click here for details.

Jumping Jelly Beans. You can relax and enjoy the party and let them do the rest. Choose from packages that include everything from the invitations, entertainment, cake and more. They make planning a fun and memorable birthday party for you little one so easy. Click here for details.

Kydoo Kids Club & Café. Their party professionals will make the kids sing, dance and have lots of fun! The best part: you can enjoy the party, and they take care of the clean up. Packages include decorations, invitations, pizza, cup cakes and more. Ask about add-ons and upgrades including candy station and character appearances. Click here for details.

My Gym. At My Gym, every party is a perfectly planned celebration created especially for your child, with special song and game requests made prior to the party. Party specialists will make your party unique and special. All parties feature nonstop action-packed activities, games, puppets, songs, and more. Parties available at Kendall, Coral Gables and Aventura locations. Click here for details.

Munchkin Fun Celebrations is birthday party planning simplified. Miami’s best resource for kids party venues, packages, bakeries & entertainment. Click here to start planning your next party today.
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