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The Good Party Co. Blog

  • Are latex balloons biodegradable?

    Balloons have become a contentious topic - and rightly so! They're the quintessential party decoration and they're a universal symbol for celebrat...
  • Where Did That Bouquet Come From?

    People all around the world use flowers to celebrate, commemorate and decorate. Flowers are powerful symbols… Lilies and tulips represent renewal d...
  • Not All That Glitters Is Gold

    We don't want to be party-poopers but there's no sugar-coating it: Glitter is bad for the environment! Traditional glitter is made from PET plasti...
  • How to Throw a Kids Party - Eco Style!

    Everyone loves a good party, but party planning can be a tricky business! There’s a long list of boxes to tick to get a party organised, not to me...
  • The True Cost of Cheap Chocolate

    Thousands of years ago, the Maya people of Central America believed that chocolate was the food of the gods: rare and precious. Today, chocolate is...
  • The Art of Gift Wrapping

    Furoshiki is the age-old Japanese art of wrapping using cloth. It evolved to enable traders to carry and transport goods, but it’s gaining a lot of...
  • Going Sustainable with Food & Drink Wares

    We get presented with opportunities to make more sustainable choices every day. Food and drink wares are a prime example. In our modern Australian...
  • Plastic Straws Suck!

    You won't find plastic straws in this store! Plastic straws are one of the most picked up items during beach cleanups all over the world. In Austra...
  • Balloons Don't Fly Here

    Every single day helium-filled balloons are released or accidentally escape from outdoor events. They can travel hundreds of kilometres over land a...