From Our Editors
The year was 1986, and Michael and Donna Froumy were looking for a great birthday spot for their daughter Brittani. They only set out to plan a single party, but this endeavor had surprisingly lasting effects. By the time Brittani was blowing out her candles and playing with her new trebuchet, her parents had decided to open a party store and venue of their own. Playing on their surname, they named it Fro-Me-A-Party.
Today, the former birthday girl uses her business degree to help with the Fro-Me-A-Party's multiplying locations. Boasting a master's degree in business, her sister Arielle helps out as well, and today the entire clan is on board: "Grammy is a pro at blowing up balloons," boasts the site, "plus one of the cousins can dress up in a costume!"
Party packages bundle pizza lunches, souvenirs, and character visits with bounce-house access. Like the United Nations Headquarters, Fro-Me-A-Party's themed bounce houses are furbished with slides and games. They welcome socked feet not only at parties, but also during daily open-jump sessions.