Last night, we installed a balloon drop at the newly remodeled Mayflower Hotel in downtown Washington, DC. The ceiling was not available to rig the net from; and, the balcony was not all that high. Here was our solution:
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Giant 40-inch tall Megalloon balloons are so popular. Our clients love them. But, when the request is for outside, I only use them under certain conditions.
When they are Helium filled, it’s best that they are taped to monofilament line, glued together; and, then pulled into another balloon structure, like the top of an arch. This is important to combat the ever present wind.
Our favorite situation is when there is a tall fence or wall to anchor them to. Here we fill them with air and use tons of tape. But, because the air makes the Megas heavy, they settle nicely against the fence in a swag (upside down arch). See our arch photo gallery at www.ballroomballoons.com/gallery1/php/index.php?category_id=66
Looks like we went from winter to summer without any spring. Fortunately, the flowers are always in bloom at BallroomBalloons.com with this “Lady Bug and Flowers” festive centerpiece sculpture, designed by Agnes Bikie.
The balloon crew of Ballroom Balloons was happy to be back at the lovely Four Seasons Hotel in Washington, DC (@FSWashington) to decorate for the Youth Orchestra of the Americas (YOA.org).
We used four sizes of balloons for these displays: Three-foot diamond clear, thirty-inch pearl white, twenty-four-inch white, and eleven-inch diamond clear. Please visit ballroomballoons.com/colorchart.html to see the newest Qualatex brand color charts.