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Pioneer Party launches new 2019 collection

Partyware and decor division of Pioneer Europe, Pioneer Party has launched a 2019 collection, full of the newest partyware ranges and freshest designs.

The new collection features a wide variety of new lines, from the latest on-trend designs to eco-friendly collections, premium options and licensed ranges.

On-trend designs include everything from space to llamas and dinosaurs to unicorns, offering co-ordinated ranges across tableware, flags, invitations and party bags. The eco-friendly ranges – which feature a number of different designs, including some licensed options – are FSC-certified, fully compostable and include a paper plates and cups along with wooden cutlery.

The licensed partyware features 20 of the most popular children’s licences, from favourite characters to blockbuster movie franchises, with licensors including Disney, Marvel, LucasFilm, Nickelodeon and Universal. The new Premium concept offers the highest quality product, available across just eight carefully selected licences, including Bambi and Disney Princess.

Pioneer Party’s 2019 collection can be seen here.

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