Balloons & Beyond
|Posted on 7 September, 2015 at 0:30|
What’s the difference?
Customers often like balloon décor at their events to dress up their venue but sometimes worry about the cost.
Helium clusters are the most popular orders customers purchase for christenings, birthdays, anniversaries and, on occasion, weddings. But they are not the only option available.
Whilst some helium displays are beautiful and look particularly elegant, air filled displays can look just as good and are usually that little bit cheaper to buy.
But that’s not the only perk to buying air filled displays. Although helium foil balloons can have a lifespan of usually between one to two months before deflation is noticeable, latex balloons only float for a day or two at best.
However, air filled latex balloons usually last up to a week before oxidisation takes place and on occasion can last even longer. Therefore you get your money’s worth with these displays and keep the memories alive just that little bit longer.
Helium clusters are well suited for parties in large venues, yet air filled displays may be more appropriate for smaller, more intimate celebrations.
For those of you who are looking for something a bit more unique and personal, may also like to consider air filled displays as the designs are more flexible when it comes to tailor-making displays just for you.