PARTY central has come to Shaw – now kids can do pretty much anything!
Want to be pampered? No problem. Want to be treated like a diva? OK. Want to party around unicorns? That is possible.
But those are not the only things Pamper Your Princess can do.
School prom season will soon be upon us and they are prepared for that, and also babies will soon be allowed to make a mess, or anyone can show off their artistic side by painting a pot.
Pamper Your Princess has opened its doors after a complete refurbishment of its premises on Milnrow Road and owner Jodie Martin, 26, is ready to tackle just about any request.
She said: “We offer pamper parties for kids aged from 2-14. Our princess parties are pamper parties with princess dress-up in a princess themed room.
“Our diva parties are for little girls who are a little bit older than the princess age, they have mini pamper sessions and mini spa days.
“We have pyjama parties for older girls where they have foot spas, facials and get their hair braided.
“We’ve also launched unicorn parties this month. That is a pamper party with a unicorn theme dress-up, a unicorn themed room, unicorn horns, festival face glitter, nails and hair styling from professionals.
“We’re also going to be launching for proms – we’re going to have make-up artists in and doing big prom packages.
“We also have super hero parties that a lot of boys come to. People think it’s just for girls but it’s not.
“You can also come in any time to do pot painting and we’re also launching baby messy play on Thursday mornings.
That has gone crazy as I have experience with working with babies, I used to work in a nursery.
“It’s going to be a group for mums too where they can come in.
“A lot of people say there’s not a lot for them to do in the area, so as we’ve got this big space, we might as well use it.”
Jodie certainly cannot be accused of not putting in the hours as Pamper Your Princess will be open from 9am-5pm on Thursday and Friday, 9am-7pm on Saturday and 11am-6pm on Sunday.
They also have ‘princesses’ that can be hired for bashes at other venues.
People must book in if they want their children to paint pots.
But it is not just party, party, party – kids and mums can take part in something a little more sedate.
Jodie, who took on the premises last November, added: “We do afternoon tea too, you don’t have to have a party here, that’s a misconception. People can come in with a couple of kids for afternoon tea too.”
She continued: “I was a teaching assistant at Failsworth Primary School but this opportunity came up so I left.
“We’re looking to set up a holiday club, which will be run by myself and other teaching assistants.”
Find the business on Facebook and Instagram by searching for Pamper Your Princess Party Parlour, or go online to: www.pamper-your-princess.co.uk