Balloon cancer ribbons create a photo op and décor for your next fundraiser. You can keep the balloon cancer ribbon in a VIP Tent, on the stage, or on the ground so attendees can take photos.
As shown here: The balloon cancer ribbon was freestanding next to the stage, so participants can take a photo with it. We worked with the client to make sure the color purple was correct for Pancreatic cancer awareness. The fundraiser was in Parsippany, New Jersey in Morris County.
Balloon marquees can reflect any theme or purpose. Some clients use these to recognize an individual employee.
As shown here: A company gifted to their chairman of the board as he was going through health complication. The marquee was delivered directly to their home.
Balloon centerpieces are a quick way to bring a room together visually. It does not need to be the traditional helium bouquet. Our table top centerpieces have a small base and can be high enough that they don't block sightlines.
As shown here: Weighted balloon centerpieces placed on every other table to pops of color.
Balloon lollipops are a fun way to add instant decor to an event space. Many banquet facilities, hotels, convention centers etc. do not allow helium balloons. Our balloon lollipops look like a big ball of floating balloons with pretty foil string hanging down.
As shown here: As part of a medical graduation dinner ceremony, we decorated a restaurant in Staten Island NY with balloon lollipops through out the dining room.