Have you seen our lovely ‘Fancy That’ range? With a quirky, vintage flavour reminiscent of the 1950s, this colourful collection makes the perfect backdrop if you’re planning a fun celebration for Mother’s Day. Taking place on 15th March this year, it’s always a nice opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to your mum, and although a card and a bunch of flowers is always an appreciated gesture, why not do something a little different this year? A surprise gathering doesn’t have to be a big scale party but getting the extended family together makes for a memorable event. Get everyone to contribute a small dish or a tub of cakes and you have the makings of a lovely afternoon, with great company and something delicious on the menu. Take a little care over your table settings and your gathering will really make her smile!
If you’ll be welcoming a new arrival in 2015 you might be wondering about having a baby shower. In between all the other frantic preparations for the big day, it might seem a bit daunting to consider a party on top off all the other things you need to do on what can seem a never ending checklist! But the good news is it’s one of the few times you can ask someone else to do all – or at least a big chunk of – the preparations. Traditionally these parties aren’t organised by the mum-to-be but by a close friend or family member. Which is good news if heaving your pregnant tummy around is using up all your energy right now! That’s not to say you can’t get involved in the preparations, but it does mean you can leave the practicalities to someone else while you focus on the less labour intensive stuff! It’s worth bearing in mind that these parties are often organised as a surprise for the mum-to-be, so if you are thinking of having a gathering, you might want to check with your close friends and family that they haven’t already got something up their sleeves.
Need an excuse for a party? With Halloween just a couple of weeks away, now’s a great time to plan a gathering and here at Neviti we have an exciting new range designed specifically with older children and adults in mind – after all, why should the kids have all the fun?!
Even if you’re not up for a big event, October 31st offers a chance to liven up a Friday or Saturday night and get together with a few friends. And if you have teens who are too big for trick or treating but still want to celebrate in some way, hosting a gathering at home allows them to get into the spirit of things.
Our new range ‘Graveyard Gathering’ has a distinctly dark, properly spooky style – your teens will be impressed by the lack of comic-style monster and vampires. Featuring a misty, graveyard, studded with crumbling gravestones and circled by black bats – the range includes all the standard party essentials such as paper plates, napkins and cups, as well as some imaginative extras to up your gatherings ghoul factor.