Updated: May 12, 2020
Even though some states are lifting the stay at home order doesn't mean you want to invite 20 people over to celebrate Our new normal of social distancing, get-togethers both small and large have been called off, leaving many spring babies — plus their parents, partners, and friends — to celebrate at home.
1. Make A Happy Birthday, Anniversary, or Congratulations Video Montage
Use a service like Tribute Ask friends and family to record their birthday wishes and Tribute will put them together and mail the guest of honor a video card. They can keep it as a keepsake.
2. Host A Virtual Party On A Platform
Invite all your friends for a virtual happy hour. The video quality on Zoom is impeccable and you can see each participant's face in a simple grid view. Want to make things really special? Tell the guest of honor to sign on at little later than everyone else and sings "Happy Birthday" when they log on.
3. Get Dressed Up
If you will be having a virtual party, why not make it a theme. Set a theme for your virtual party and have everyone go all out. Possible themes could be Hollywood glam, rock 'n' roll, the '90s, or masks and mimosas — the options are endless!
Deck out your car with balloons and signs and drive by your pal's place. BalloonZ Shop
makes great balloon bouquets to celebrate every occasion and also do contactless delivery Tell them to look outside and sing "Happy Birthday" when they come to the door.
Arranging your own drive by, past out individual package dessert or party favors for your guests.
5. Send A Dessert
A great way to support your local businesses in these hard times is by ordering delivery. Choose a local bakery or a restaurant with stellar desserts and send something sweet like a cake, cookies, or fro-yo. Looking for ideas, we have great dessert packages for on our Quick Online Menu as well
From sending your friend a delivery of desserts to hosting a party via video chat, there are plenty of ways to make the birthday girl or boy feel loved on their special day. And when this pandemic ends — and it will end — you'll have every excuse to throw the biggest birthday party of all time.