Here’s our quick guide to helping you choose the best fit for your party:
Do you want photos to be true-to-cartoons?
Mascots can do meet and greets which LOOK IDENTICAL to the cartoons. Our characters dawn makeup and costumes to look like cartoons, but are still people instead of mice or bunnies or other animals.
Do you want your cartoon to play games with the kids?
The mascots can’t speak, so they can’t do stories or games with the guests. This is the main reason we have face characters, even if they don’t look as much like the cartoons.
For huge lines, mascots are great for quick photos since their interactions with the kids are limited but they photograph flawlessly.
Do you want the cartoon to do face painting or balloon twisting?
We have two options if you want your character to do creative entertainment for your guests.
1. Characters can come and face paint or balloon twist (or both) while interacting with kids as their cartoon characters. This is the better option for large parties where you don’t have time for multiple activities.
2. Mascots can come and enter the party for a 30min meet-and-greet, leave, then reenter as a not-in-costume face painter or balloon twister. It’s two (or three) separate activities this way.