Balloons are a fantastic addition to any party or big event; no festivities are complete without them floating merrily in the background, creating the perfect party atmosphere. However, as more and more news articles circulate highlighting the dangers of plastic making its way into oceans and the stomachs of marine life, it’s important to enjoy balloons with environmental responsibility in mind.Continue Reading
From birthday parties to weddings, prom nights to baby showers, balloons make an appearance pretty much everywhere. But do you know where else we find balloons regularly cropping up? On the big screen!
In the world of business, your brand is everything. It’s the face of your business, it lets customers know what it is you do and serves as a visual ambassador for the whole company. You’ll want to get your brand out there as much as possible, so people know who you are and what you do.
Balloons can be found in every walk of life. From birthday parties to weddings, festivals to graduations, these events just wouldn’t be complete without the colourful addition of balloons floating around bringing life to the party.
With Comic Relief just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about ways that your workplace/school/church can get involved and raise money. Last year’s Comic Relief raised a staggering £76 million – all money that was put to work transforming lives across the UK and the world’s poorest communities.
If you’re in need of helium inflated balloons, whether you’re a wedding organiser, a florist or own a card shop, you need helium canisters. Helium canisters are a convenient way of inflating balloons and are incredibly easy to operate and use. However, if you’ve never used a helium canister before, or you’ve been trying and it just doesn’t seem to be working quite right, you might be wondering what the trick is to getting perfect balloons.
So, with that in mind, we’ve put together a few handy tips for filling your balloons from a helium canister, so that you can create perfect floating balloons every time.
With the whirlwind of excitement of Christmas and New Years now out of the way, it’s time to start thinking about that next big holiday. No, we’re not talking about Easter; we’re talking about Valentine’s Day!
The countdown to the new year is almost upon us; it’s out with the old and in with the new. New Year’s Eve is on its way and you should be preparing to celebrate this momentous occasion in style. If you’re throwing some kind of event for New Year’s Eve, whether a big party or a quiet dinner, your event could really dazzle and shine with the use of some balloons.
Balloons are incredibly versatile. Not only do they make great pieces of décor, but they can also be used to punctuate a main event, and what bigger event is there than New Year’s Eve? For your upcoming New Year’s Eve event, here are five ways that you can use balloons to really ring in the new year in style:
Christmas is a wonderful time of year for the whole family to get together, sit down to some delicious food and drink and bask in the warm glow of all the festive fun. Part of what makes Christmas so enjoyable is the chance to do up our homes for the holidays. The crisp scent of pine from the tree, the glittering tinsel and twinkling lights, all working in tandem to bring out the joy this holiday brings. And there’s one decorative element that just screams festive cheer: balloons.