Bristol Novelty launches Halloween 2019 catalogue

Party and dress-up company Bristol Novelty has launched its Halloween 2019 catalogue, full of new launches, fresh costumes and updated designs for this year’s season.

Costumes and accessories have been designed in-house, ensuring that retailers are able to offer a unique, quality product which stands out from the rest.

The new 184-page catalogue, printed by party trade printing specialist Max Media Ventures, features a wide range of new costume styles, accessories, masks, make-up and props across a wide range of new and classic Halloween styles. Trend-led additions are influenced by some of the must-watch shows and films of last year and include everything from clowns and zombies to dinosaurs, animals and aliens.

This year’s catalogue will also feature additions from Rubie’s opus collection as well as a select number of licensed items, in addition to all the usual favourites and Halloween essentials.

“After the great reception we had at Spring Fair we’re really excited about this year’s Halloween collection,” said managing director Mike O’Connell. “We’ve been influenced by some of this year’s hottest trends and have got some great new costumes for the 2019 season – I think our new adult dress-up offering is the strongest yet. We’re really pleased with the new mask range as well!”

Get in touch with the team to order your copy.

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