Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Congratulations to Adam on becoming a bar mitzvah! We decorated the downtown nightclub, Solas, for an afternoon celebration in the theme of New York Giants Football. We used mostly blue with some red and white to compliment. We created a hanging dance floor (above Solas' glass dance floor!!), several balloon trees, centerpieces for the tables and bar, and letter party poles that spelled out ADAM.
It was a fun venue and we heard back from Adam's mom that they loved the decor!
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Here's a cute little bat mitzvah we did this past weekend at the Crabtree Valley Marriott. The colors were teal, lime, black, and silver. We created a name arch and helium trio centerpieces for the adult and children's tables.
The Marriott is our favorite venue to decorate due to the wonderful people in charge of events and the lovely ballroom. Did you know they are currently remodeling to include a new, even larger ballroom and refurbishing the existing one? It's going to be gorgeous and we can't wait to decorate there again soon!
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Balloons make grand openings way more festive and fun! This event had food and bands playing as well. What a nice way to celebrate!
Sunday, October 12, 2014
We enjoyed working on this project, as we love the flower designs! After all... we are Blooming Balloons!
Friday, October 10, 2014
Here's a Mission Impossible themed sales training event we did for Lenovo this week. We did two arches for the entrances, columns for the training room, and hanging question marks down the halls. We also wrapped the large standing columns in balloons outside the training room, as well as put columns and more question marks in the break room. Atop the arrow-patterned columns and arches were a burst of flames (ie - foil taper shaped balloons in red and gold). This decor had a fun, action look and got high marks from the sales people attending the event!
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Despite being a windy day, the decor held up well and we were happy to work with the American Cancer Society again.