Price differences are based on costumes (and the extra time and effort that goes into the costumes). All packages include face painting and balloon twisting.
- NO COSTUME – $95/hour or $140/hour and a half. Plainclothes.
- THEMED COSTUME – $110/hour or $165/hour and a half. A costume to fit the theme of your party (pirate, cowgirl, train conductor, fairy, etc) – I don’t have a costume for every theme, but I can figure something out for most.
- FULL CLOWN, FLOPPY-SHOE – $140/hour or $210/hour and a half. Full Lil’ Miss Rainbow costume – full make-up, big shoes, red nose.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How far do you travel for events?
I’m located in Decatur, Ga. (near Atlanta) and travel to surrounding areas. I am perfectly happy to travel farther, but there may be time requirements and/or a travel fee. For example, an event that requires an hour and a half of travel (for example, to Athens, GA or Rome, GA), would require a $30 travel fee.
How much time in advance do I need to book my event? Sometimes my schedule fills up months in advance, sometimes I can be ready at a moment’s notice. I would recommend, though, booking me at least two weeks before your event. If your event is close to a major holiday, book early.
How can I pay you?
I accept cash, credit, and major credit cards. Payment is due the date of the event unless different arrangements are made before the party.
Do you require a deposit?
Nope! Please make sure you have confirmed your event with me, though. I’ll contact you a few days before the event to re-confirm.
How long will I need you to be at my event?
I can make balloon animals and paint full faces for 10 to 15 kids in an hour. If you expect 20 or more kids at your event, plan to have me for at least an hour and a half or plan for just face painting or just balloon animals.
Do you need anything once you arrive at my event?
Please have a table and two chairs set up for me. If your event is outside, please try to have a tent or umbrella set up for me so that my paints (and my make-up!) don’t melt in the sun.
What kind of paint do you use?
I use Paradise paints, by Mehron, which are made with aloe and chamomile, so they are gentle on skin. Clean up is easy – just soap and water or baby wipes!