Partyland; your one stop shop for any celebration

BE INSPIRED: with Partyland's extensive range of cake baking and decorating products. BE INSPIRED: with Partyland's extensive range of cake baking and decorating products.

FROM party poppers to cake pops, Santa serviettes to Christmas candles, everything you need to make your Christmas celebration stand out from the rest is available at Partyland.

Now with three stores in our area, in Murcia, Elche and Torrevieja, they are a treasure trove of all things party related, for any celebration any time of year, so whether you are looking at hosting a grown up gathering or a kid's party, Partyland is a one stop shop: “There are lots of things you will not find cheaper anywhere else and no one offers such an extensive range of themes and products,” said Natasha President, owner of the Murcia and Elche branch.

She opened her first franchise in Murcia six years ago; the third Partyland store in Spain. Elche quickly followed as store number five and Partyland Torrevieja, owned by Cristina Soria Solano opened in May this year, the 15th in the country.

Natasha knew of Partyland from the USA and her years living in the UK and contacted the company to open a franchise after growing frustration of trying to find items locally for her daughter's birthday parties. 

Since then, Partyland has quickly become recognised as the leading shop for all celebrations. It has influenced the Spanish market who Natasha says had never had such products available and as a result are celebrating more American-style holidays such as Halloween and baby showers, whilst English-speaking customers are pleased to see a familiar face and delight in the range of baking products from cake stands to decorative icing. It was even the first place to make Wilton cake decorating items available to the public in Spain.

Children's themes are catered for including Peppa Pig and Disney characters and there are 17 different plain colour themes available in everything from table covers, plates, cutlery, trays and cups.

Balloons remain one of the most popular items for customers at Partyland with over 200 choices in over 50 colours available. Staff are specially trained in balloon art so they can create that unique gift or centre piece for any occasion.

A full party service is also available where they can work to any budget or theme idea and create table decorations and balloon art on site at your bar, restaurant or party venue and they can even arrange for a catering service. 

For help and advice from the professional and friendly staff on your Christmas and New Year parties, visit Partyland and be inspired by they spectacular festive displays with Santa cake pops and Christmas cookies, all made using products available in store. All three stores are open all day Monday – Saturday. Contact stores directly for Sunday opening times during the Christmas and New Year period.

Call Elche on 965 446 286, Murcia on 968 813 449 and Torrevieja on 965 033 036.

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