What are your balloons are made of?
While some people think they're made of magic, our latex balloons are actually made in the USA from the highest quality 100% latex. Latex is a natural substance that breaks down and biodegrades over time. Foil balloons are made from mylar and are not eco-friendly.
How long will my balloons last with helium?
Unfortunately, probably not as long as you'd think. Helium is a smaller molecule than air (which is why it's lighter and floats!) - but it can escape through the pores of natural latex, which is why they deflate. We can extend the float time with an additive called Hi-Float for an additional charge. We always recommend pickup up your balloons as close to your event time as possible. If that is not possible, we would recommend an air-filled balloon garland or column instead.
How should I care for my balloons? Balloons are finicky; They do not like heat or humidity, bright sun, wind or major changes in temperature. They can also be affected by different altitudes! Try to place them in a temperature-regulated area, out of direct sunlight for the happiest balloons and longest float time.
Can you tell me how many balloons to order? We like to do balloons in odd numbers, but other than that, it just depends how big of a statement you'd like to make! For balloon garlands, we recommend you order 10 balloons per linear foot of garland. If you end up with too many, you can always scatter them on the floor for extra fun! Please note, you can not return latex balloons.
If I order flat balloons, how much will it cost to inflate them?
That depends on the size of the balloon, and where you get them inflated. Helium is much more expensive than most people realize, and since it's a naturally occurring gas, sometimes hard to come by at all. Luckily, we have other options when helium is unavailable. Air-filled balloons can be hung from the ceiling with hang-tabs, can be made into a balloon garland, or we can make balloon columns or arches without the use of helium. Finally, balloon sticks are a super fun way to place balloons around the yard with just air!
WARNING: Balloons are not toys. Children can choke or suffocate on non-inflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision is required. Keep non-inflated balloons away from children, and discard broken balloons immediately.