Welcome to the home of Candy Floss Princess Pamper Parties. We cover a large geographic area including Ampthill . Here at Candy Floss Princess Pamper Parties, we pride our selves on our magical pamper parties that we deliver to your children.
When Candy Floss was first founded by Victoria Strange, our parties were very basic, such as Glitter nails, glitter, feather boa’s and a catwalk, over the last 18 months we now have over seven different parties on offer, Real Princesses, Princess Pamper Party Candy Store and our Princess Pamper Party Supplies store where you can purchase all you will need for your Childs party.
You can book your childs event on line, via Facebook or by phone, these events are not just for birthdays, they can be for any event. Once you book a Candy floss princess pamper party for your child, or teen, you have entered the Candy Floss Princess pamper world. You can also order your girls pamper goody bags for your teen or children, princess pamper presents, princess pamper Candy Cones, Princess pamper sweet trees, girl Princess pamper Balloons, Princess pamper Piñatas, Princess pamper Table Cloths and so much more from our Candy Floss Princess pamper Candy Store and Candy Floss princess pamper Party Supplies.
We are always updating our party’s to coincide with the current market of beauty and cinema blockbusters such as Frozen and Cinderella, if a new princess movie is released then we will design a themed party for which ever film, which swiftly brings me on to our themed parties… Candy Floss Princess Pamper Parties caters for ages between 4 and 17, our “Themed” parties are a fantastic event for your children or child to experience between 4 and 9 – Our “Themed” parties and events enable your child to choose one of the following themes - One Direction - Hawaiian - Tinkerbell - Cinderella - Glee - Bratz - Hello Kitty - Monsters High – Popstars – or our very popular Frozen Party were your children or child can experience a real life princess such as Queen Elsa, Anna, Tinkerbelle, Cinderella, come visit them at your home or venue of your choice – the “Themed” party includes the following… Personalized princess pamper letter to the birthday girl, princess pamper Invites, princess pamper Mini Manicure or Pedicure or Glitter Varnish, Themed Tattoos, Themed Make Over, Jewellery, Hair Sprinkles, Comedy Glasses, Neon Hair Pieces, Feather Boas, Bubble Machine, Themed Karaoke, Themed Competitions, Bracelet Making, Games with Themed Prizes Themed Music.
If you have a child or children aged between 13 and 17 we can provide our “Miss Diva Party” these gorgeous pamper Events are tailored specifically to suit your teen’s age age – these parties include the following ….. 90 Minute Party, Teen Personalized invites, Mini Manicure, Mini Pedicure, Hand Massage, Teen Make Over, Mini facial - A cleanse, tone, scrub, and moistirise for all skin types, Chocolate Fondue and Marshmallows, Teen Beauty Quiz, Teen Magazines and Music. We also cater for children who maybe do not want our pamper expereince – we can provide you with our 1 hour of pure of fun for your number one – “Wands & Crafts Party”this party is perfect for children from 4+ and includes…Biscuit Decorating, child friendly Sweeties, Crown Decorating, Glitter Tattoos, Princess Colouring, Competitions, Karaoke, Dancing, Music, Games, Pass the Parcel, Chocolate Fondue with 7 Marshmallows. Our aim at Candy Floss Princess Pamper Partys is to make sure that your child or childrens event is truly a girls or teens day to remember. Another one of our popular partys is our One Direction children’s pamper birthday party, this truly is such a fun event, our One Direction candy and party supplies go amazingly with this pamper party. We cater for all events, if you are booking us to host your child or childrens birthday, you could book our “You to us children’s Princess pamper parties for birthday and other different events” this includes the following … We use our venue, so we can set up and clear way, this includes the following, 90 Minute Princess Pamper Party, Personalized Princess Pamper Letter to the Birthday Girl, Personalized Princess pamper Party Invite’s, Mini Manicure or Pedicure or Glitter Varnish, Hair Glitter Spray, Glitter tattoos, Make up, Hair Accessories, Hair Sprinkles, Comedy Glasses, Neon Hair Pieces, Bubble Machine, Chick Flicks (Age Appropriate), Karaoke, Various Competitions, Red Carpet Catwalk, Bracelet Making, Games with Prizes, Music. While waiting for pamper treatments children or teens can experiment with all make up and lots of glitter while feasting on marshmallows and our chocolate fountain/Fondue, they can also sing there hearts out to the Karaoke machine provided. Your teen’s prom, a prom is a very special event for your teen so it’s inevitable that they would like to be pampered, we can do a full make over transforming them to be the bell of the ball.
Information about Ampthill
Ampthill is a small town and civil parish in Bedfordshire, England, between Bedford and Luton, with a population of about 6,000. It is administered by Central Bedfordshire Council. A regular market has taken place on Thursdays for centuries. The name 'Ampthill' is of Anglo-Saxon origin. The first settlement was called 'Aemethyll', which literally means either 'ant-heap' or 'ant infested hill'. In the Domesday Book, Ampthill is referred to as 'Ammetelle', with the landholder in 1086 being Nigel de la Vast. The actual entry reads: Ammetelle: Nigel de la Vast from Nigel d'Aubigny. In 1242, King Henry III confirmed the right to hold a market on Thursdays. These continue more than 750 years later. Henry VIII was a frequent visitor to Ampthill Castle, and it was there that Catherine of Aragon lived from 1531 until divorced in 1533, when she was moved to Kimbolton. The castle was built in the 15C by Sir John Cornwall, later Lord Fanhope, from ransoms after the Battle of Agincourt. Although the Castle is now gone, some intriguing indications of castle life remain- such as the local ponds (Westminster pond being one) allegedly built to supply the castle with regular supplies of fish. The church of St Andrew ranges in date from Early English to Perpendicular. It contains a monument to Richard Nicolls (1624–1672), an Ampthill native, who, under the patronage of the Duke of York, brother to Charles II, to whom the king had granted the Dutch North American colony of New Netherland, received the submission of its chief town, New Amsterdam, in 1664, and became its first English governor, the town taking the name of New York. Nicolls perished in the action between the English and Dutch fleets at Solebay, and the ball which killed him is preserved on his tomb. The church also contains a ring of eight bells. There were six until 1981, when the two new bells were installed. Services Run weekly, with Sung Eucharist at 9.30AM and Evensong at 6.30PM. The church has a regular 4 part choir, which has sung morning and evening services for over 100 years.Ampthill still trades on its "historic market town" reputation, serving as a commercial centre for surrounding villages. The town has several lively pubs, a wide variety of restaurants, a Waitrose supermarket and a selection of small independent specialist shops below flats. A number of small businesses such as solicitors, estate agents, financial services, hairdressers, music schools and a bookshop are also located in town, with larger businesses to be found on the commercial and industrial developments on the outskirts, along the town's bypass. Ampthill also has a high concentration of public amenities, including schools, doctors surgeries, a fire and ambulance station, and a police station. Ampthill's historic centre, coupled with well-respected[according to whom?] schools and the facilities mentioned above has made it one of the most expensive places to buy a house in Bedfordshire, even in comparison with other mid-Bedfordshire towns such as neighbouring Flitwick, and Cranfield. In a survey, it was found that the majority of Ampthill's workers are employed locally, with around 20% working in Ampthill itself, and most of the remainder travelling to nearby centres of employment such as Bedford, Luton and Milton Keynes. Around 13% of workers commute from Ampthill to London daily. The survey also found that the turnover of residents was low, most having been in Ampthill for well over a decade.