Do you fancy a Tiger Feet party?

Tiger Feet Party is a great website for all of your party needs, with great prices. I love to throw a party and I love to get things that match, by colour or by theme so I was so happy to discover Tiger Feet Party as everything is really easy to find and organised. Phew.


The website is brilliant and really easy to use, you can Sort by type of party for children or adults, or party by age. This is really useful when you are searching for specific party items, like a boy’s 4th birthday which will be coming up later on this year. Tiger Feet Party really focus on their customers, you can tell from the website down to the packaging, they looked after our goodies which were hand packed on site at their 18,000 square foot premises in Leeds by a small but wonderful team of Tiger Feet Party staff. Another great reason for shopping on Tiger Feet Party website is whenever you purchase items you earn Cash Points credited to your account to be redeemed against your next purchase.What more could you ask for? Noah just loves Jake and  the Neverland pirates, so that is the theme we have gone for. Daddy’s birthday was a nice surprise for him too and we got some special “blue” bits for his party. We loved it all, there were some great ideas for their parties. Noah loved his little Jake party for him and Isla, it was nice to have the family fussing around just those two, normally there are a lot of other children running around too.

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 If you are hosting a party in the coming months, or want some tableware for Christmas and New Year, I would highly recommend Tiger Feet Party You can like them on Twitter @TigerFeetParty and like their Facebook page here



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Do you fancy a Tiger Feet party?

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