FAQ Kids Parties

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Kids cookie parties are a unique way to host some fun in the comfort of your desired space.  Consider me your private party host for a guaranteed good time!

WHAT'S INCLUDED?

  • Up to two hours of instructed guidance to help the kids decorate their cookies.
  • Three personally themed freshly baked cookies, all supplies, and a take home bakery box
  • Set up and clean up of cookie class items

WHAT'S REQUIRED?

  • $225 covers the cost of the above items up to ten children.  Each additional child is $15.
  • This class is open to children in the age range of 6 to 12 only.  Any group of kids older will be considered an adult private party price range.
  • Payment if full is required to hold a party date.

FAQ'S

  • No refunds for last minute cancelled guests.  I will bring their cookie kit to the party, and they are welcome to pick it up from you at their convenience.
  • If you need to fully cancel your cookie party, you may only do so a full seven days prior to your scheduled date.
  • All guests are paid seats.  Because so much time and effort goes into giving each guest the best experience, I do not offer free standing seats for cookie parties, "two for one" deals, etc.  One exception to this is the host of the party may stand on the side, although no supplies will be provided to them and they must still have four paid guests.
  • We must have an agreed upon theme two weeks prior to the party date at minimum so I can design the class.
  • The parties run one to two hours dependent upon how each guest moves along in the decorating process.  I will work productively to get through all of my material in that timeframe.  Aside from cleaning up my cookie materials in the end, I will not be able to go over the two hour timeframe unless agreed upon prior to booking at a higher per person rate.
  • I reserve the right to cancel the party at any given time if the above are not met.

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