If you’re planning a party or event such as a wedding or baby shower you really do need to know about this pretty new part shop that has recently opened it’s doors in Cape Town for the first time! In Good Company have been around in Joburg for a few years and many Capetonians have hankered after having a shop in their home town… Recently Maike McNeill, a well known wedding photographer, has answered those pleas!
In Good Company have set up shop in a pretty Victorian cottage opposite Cavendish Square (look out for the bright yellow front door!) I’ve been meaning to pop in over the past few weeks but always remember only as I’m driving out the parking garage! After seeing these pretty pics I’m planning to make a special trip to see all the lovely goodies they have on offer!
I think after you see these pics you’ll be planning a party JUST so you can shop in this stunning space and use the pretty party décor!
They specialise in sourcing unique, stylish and affordable party accessories from around the world and stock everything you need for life’s big (and small) events. From imported linen, tableware, decorations, party favours and treats, gifts, lifestyle books, imported knitted, wooden and retro toys, vintage party games and stationary, including a large collection of Washi tapes and personalised notebooks. Party decorations are arranged by colour and category, so everything is easy to find.
Love my grey & white polka dot themed goodies… Now I just need an excuse to celebrate, I’m sure that won’t be too hard!
In Good Company is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 2pm & closed Sundays and public holidays. You’ll find them at Shop 4B, Cavendish Street, Claremont, 7708.
Their official opening is happening on Sat 8 June from 9am – 2pm and everyone is invited! Click here for more details!
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