Children can be pretty difficult to reign in when you are hosting a party. They tend to run around the party and cause all sorts of chaos and trouble. They can even end up causing collateral damage to both the environment, themselves, and each other. This can be a major issue, as we don't want to see our children injured. We know that there are so many different options out there for children and sometimes it is very difficult to predict exactly what will go over well with a group of children. And this problem becomes even further exacerbated when the party is not one that is focused explicitly on the children -- one where they are there simply by circumstance such as a family reunion or a company picnic. At a party like this, how can we possibly plan a form of party entertainment that is safe and requires minimal adult supervision, but is still fun, physically active, and engaging for the children? These criteria, unfortunately, do not often coincide, but you can solve all of your problems simply by renting a bounce house.
Bounce Houses are a beloved form of party entertainment that any child gets extremely excited to utilize from the very minute that they see one. They are large, mesh-walled, inflatable structures that basically function as oversized trampolines. Except the difference being that since these are surrounded by four mesh walls, you don't have to worry about the children falling to the harsh, cold ground below.
Because Bounce Houses are so safe, you can have about a dozen to two dozen children (depending on the size of the bounce house) bouncing around happily and only require one adult to supervise them all, realistically. It is so easy to keep track of the children when there is a bounce house at the party because every single one of them wants to experience the remarkably fun time that is bounce houses.
You also don't have to worry about all of the other options that children have these days when renting a bounce house, as there are so many different designs and styles that you can choose from when picking a bounce house. For example, if you are theming the party around cowboys and the wild west, then there are plenty of desert style bounce houses for you to choose from that have horses and cacti lining the design of the exterior of the bounce house. The same applies if you are hosting a party with a princess and knights theme and want to rent a bounce castle. Many bounce house providers also have all sorts of different licensed characters which can adorn the bounce houses such as the characters from Toy Story, the Minions from Despicable Me, or even Sonic the Hedgehog and all of his friends. With all of these different available designs, you should have no problem finding one that fits your style or the interests of the people in attendance at your party or event.
To come up with a list of companies, we suggest that you begin by searching the internet because you will immediately have a small list of businesses to check out. If you wish to, you can always stop your search here, but we strongly recommend that you also ask your family and friends if they have any suggestions. Once you have a list of three to five vendors, plan a visit to each. Check the equipment for yourself before renting it, as you don't want to get shoehorned into renting a piece of faulty equipment. Make sure that everything is there such as patch kits, stakes, a pump, etc, and that there are no holes weak spots in the equipment. Any good rental company should have no problem obliging with this request, and if they do have an issue, then it's probably best to no longer consider that company and move on.
Bounce Houses are an incredibly beloved form of party entertainment, not only for kids but for parents to because it allows them the well-deserved time to interact with their peers without the fear causing chaos and hurting themselves.