The Middleton’s Party Pieces have launched a new party collection with an ocean theme, which manages to be both royal and environmentally friendly.
The Middleton’s Party Pieces have launched a new party collection with an ocean theme, which manages to be both royal and environmentally friendly. The collection partners with Big Ocean Cleanup to create sustainable ocean-themed party supplies decorated with sharks and mermaids, with the rather regal title ‘King and Queen of the Sea’.
The collection offers cups, plates, napkins, hats, gift bags and more for children’s parties.
Sharing a statement on the Party Pieces Instagram, Ms Middleton said: “I am excited to be supporting the incredible work that Big Blue Ocean Cleanup does to protect our oceans.
“At Party Pieces we want to make it easier for people to celebrate consciously – our new sustainably-sourced ranges help to protect the planet without compromising on the magic of parties.”
The Big Ocean Cleanup is a non-profit organisation that aims to rid the oceans of plastic through developing technological clean up systems.
Carole Middleton was inspired to start her Party Pieces company after planning for Kate’s fifth birthday party.
She previously said to the Daily Mail that she was disappointed in the basic range of children’s party supplies in shops.
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She added: “My children continue to inspire me and, as they have grown up, our brand has evolved.
“They say if you do a job you enjoy, you don’t work a day in your life, and I truly feel like that.”
Carole and her husband Michael are now grandparents to five children – the three Cambridge children and Pippa Middleton’s son and daughter.
Her son James Middleton married financial analyst Alizee Thevenet in 2021.