I had the opportunity to celebrate the launch of Party Popper Singapore at Backstage Cafe last Saturday, and it was a lot of fun!
As you can see in the picture above, there were lots of different kinds of party poppers – even the “champagne bottle” I was holding is also a party popper, so it doubles as a very instagrammable photo prop and confetti in one. Value for money, I have to say! 👍👍
I will show you some of the poppers that I tried and reveal what my favourite is, but before we get to that, let’s start at the very beginning – a very good place to start! 🎶
The program began with the Party Popper Singapore boss, Marcus Poh, giving a brief background of the company. He said that when they began, they had only five kinds of party poppers. Eventually, some of their customers asked them if they had specific kinds, so they started to bring in more designs until they have the current inventory that they have.
Party Popper Singapore is the only specialist in party poppers in Singapore. They offer the widest range of party poppers at the most competitive pricing. Below is what they have on their website now, but they might have more in the future. It is certainly refreshing to have a company that listens to their customers, eh?
As you can see, the prices are very reasonable – some of the lowest in the market. They have really good quality, too. Each party popper has a good pressure chamber and is well filled with confetti, unlike other similar-looking poppers which he showed us as well.
They even offer customization of popper packaging for weddings, corporate events or company branding.
After his speech, it was time for the lion dance to bring good luck to the company.
We then had the opportunity to use some party poppers while posing with the lion dancers.
We used a mixture of long streamers and round shaped multicoloured bits, and the effect was so amazing, we could not help but stare up in awe.
Then we moved indoors and experience two kinds of buffets – food and poppers.
It was nice to be able to help ourselves to all the poppers that we wanted, so we got a chance to try them all – round, paper money, petals, hearts, stars, streamers.
You can even let kids get in on the fun, since there are varieties that come with an easy to operate push button.
My favourite is probably the pink petal popper that Shi Hui tried, which were very reminiscent of the famous cherry blossoms. Don’t you agree?
After we were done, the floor was a beautiful mess.
I can’t wait to use a party popper at our next celebration – a colleague’s anniversary in our company!
If you’re excited to add a pop of fun to your next party, please check out Party Popper Singapore at any of the links below:
Official Hashtag: #PartyPopperSingapore
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are entirely my own.