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Creative Party launches First Look 2020 catalogue

Partyware and accessories company Creative Party has launched its First Look 2020 catalogue today, giving customers and buyers a peek into what is in store for the year ahead.

With a large offering of innovative, high-quality party and cake decoration products, the new launches include something for everyone.

Creative Party is particularly proud of its comprehensive new adult milestone birthday range which features a trend-led, gender neutral, navy and gold geode design with luxurious gold foil accents set against a bold marbled navy pattern. This broad range of coordinating partyware includes tableware, bunting, banners, confetti and much more, making it versatile enough to be used for a number of celebrations including wedding, graduation, retirement and more.

Other exciting new collections include candles, handmade edible sugarcraft, cookie cutters, cake toppers, a range of high-quality paper straws featuring patented Eco-Flex technology and a full refresh of Creative Party’s popular wedding and anniversary party ranges.

The newly refreshed wedding and anniversary ranges include luxury napkins, foil-stamped bunting, banners and balloons, all in a fresh, timeless design featuring iconic heart and arrow motifs.

“We’re thrilled to be launching our First Look 2020 brochure,” said product and marketing assistant Molly Rees. “We are delighted with our new launches for the year ahead, which include something for everyone!”

The full catalogue can be seen on the Creative Party website.

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