With the BAFTAs fast approaching many people are putting the last minute touches to their parties. House Parti has announced they still have stock for retailers to use to provide to their customers planning these BAFTA parties.
February 8, 2013 (Newswire) - The BAFTAs are a British celebration of films, television, video games and heritage. At this prestigious event, movie stars and celebrities present awards to others for their stunning performances in film or television, or for making such a brilliant piece of cinema or television. Recently video games have also been awarded BAFTAs due to what they add to culture and society, and the developers of those video games are always highly celebrated for the effort and vision they had in creating them.
The BAFTAs will take place on the 10th of February, and will be seen around the world by audiences everywhere as they watch it on television. Many people are organising their own BAFTA party, getting their friends to come to their house for a party whilst they watch the BAFTAs together. For these parties they buy a lot of gold balloons and table decorations, and many people will still be putting the last minute preparations to their BAFTA party.
House Parti has announced they still have stock available for retailers to provide to those planning BAFTA parties. A Customer Liaison Representative commented, "if retailers run out of stock now then they won't be able to provide to customers planning a last minute BAFTA party. We still have stock available for retailers to offer to their customers, and if they purchase it online now they can have it with loads of time to spare."
BAFTA parties are becoming more popular, as people enjoy watching them and talking about them, but everyone already knows the awards and has lost their initial excitement, which is what makes BAFTA parties so popular.
House Parti is a wholesaler of party goods and balloons. They have a wide range of stock to offer retailers, including a selection of table wear, balloons and other decorations, all in gold for the BAFTA theme.