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Don't be left out of this exciting advertising and decorating medium! Balloons say "something is happening here in a big way!"

With classic balloon decor you can create columns, arches, swags and custom shapes such as candy canes, football goals, etc. It is a perfect way to decorate both large and small areas. Various techniques can be used to duplicate your logo or product design on a balloon or spelled out in balloons.

You can't beat the versatility of balloon decor to create a feeling of excitement, carry out a party theme, create a beautiful elegant setting, or highlight a sale or special event area.

For weddings, balloons enhance the timelessness of romance. Balloon decor in a retail environment attracts customers and builds consumer traffic. For parties and corporate events we can create a colorful fantasy and unforgettable excitement. Start your event off right with a giant balloon release or fun balloon drop!

Our team of decorators features two Certified Balloon Artists who have completed a comprehensive and ongoing certification program. Call today for your professional consultation and transform your next event into a themed celebration to remember!

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Environmental Balloon Facts

  • Balloons are manufactured from natural latex.

  • Latex is "farmed" from rubber trees in the rain forests.

  • The balloon industry saves acres of rain forest by making it more profitable to harvest the latex than to destroy the trees.

  • Studies support that extremely few animals and fish have perished from swallowing pieces of balloons. Balloon fragments make up an extremely insignificant portion of the pollution of our planet.

  • A piece of latex will disintegrate in the same amount of time as an oak leaf.

Safety Precautions
  • Helium is nonflammable and nontoxic, but all pressurized cylinders should be secured.

  • If breathed, helium can be absorbed into the blood stream or cause asphyxiation.

  • Always monitor the use of balloons by and around small children. Balloons can cause suffocation if swallowed.

  • Never release balloons with strings attached. Do not release mylar balloons.

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