We have been very busy filming a new series of how to make and do it yourself videos. The ideas keep coming from my husband, Michael, my producer, videographer, editor, marketer, etc. Plus many of you have given us ideas or made suggestions that turned into wonderful centerpiece ideas.
We use our flexible plastic tubes to make a very tall air filled balloon centerpiece in our latest how to video. Each tube is 30″ high, with a central theme balloon on top. Colors and themes can be varied per event. I added tulle and artificial flowers for a little accent.
With the cost of helium skyrocketing as of late, air filled balloons are a very economical alternative for the budget minded bride or party giver. More and more people are looking to ways to save money and expense in this day and age. We have mostly always catered to a more conservative clientele.
Air filled balloons also allow pre-preparation since they last longer than helium filled balloons. Although high float adds flight time to helium balloons, it also adds to the expense in material and labor costs.