House Parti has announced their increased range of Valentine's Day themed products, making them ready to supply retailers with all of the Valentine's Day party goods they need for a little later in the year.
January 10, 2013 (Newswire.com) - Valentine's Day is the most romantic day of the year. On this day people around the world choose to propose to their partners, becoming engaged, and many others who became engaged on previous Valentine's Days will be getting married on this coming Valentine's Day, defining their wedding anniversaries for every year to come.
Many people and businesses will be organising Valentine's Day parties and events for others, creating somewhere for people to come to celebrate the day with their partner, or try and find a partner at a single's Valentine's Day party. All of these events will see venues decorated with love heart balloons and pink paper chains to bring the theme of love out.
House Parti have increased their Valentine's Day range this year, a Customer Liaison Representative for the company commented, "we've increased the range of products we have in stock that are Valentine's Day themed because it's the next major event coming up in the party business. Retailers need to ensure they've got the right stock for those they sell to, or they won't be able to take advantage of the date and maximise their sales. We offer all of our products on our website, which is easy and quick to use, meaning retailers can order the stock they must have without it taking time away from their day, like ordering over the phone does."
Valentine's Day is a big day for parties and related events, as many towns and villages use them to raise money for charity through entry fees. In cities, clubs will be holding themed nights for people to come to dressed up as something love themed, creating a big night out for everyone in the area.
House Parti is a wholesaler of party products based in the UK. They have a wide range of goods, from foil and latex balloons to table ware and helium products for retailers wanting to sell helium balloons.