Nothing says “the Party is Here” better than a ceiling full of balloons – or how about a birthday, farewell, or other surprise by filling a colleagues cubicle with balloons.
While most ceilings are suitable for balloons, a few are not. Some surfaces will pop the balloons, sloping surfaces will cause all the balloons to end up in one area. A breeze through the room will also cause them to bunch together or even be blown out of the room.
Prices for loose helium balloons, with 1.8m of ribbon attached.
1 – 10 balloons $5 each
11 – 20 balloons $4 each
21- 50 balloons $3 each
51 – 100 balloons $2.50 each
101 – 500 balloons $2.25 each
500 plus balloons $2.00 each.
Balloons will float for at least 18 hours.
Add Fly Luxe Gel for extra long flotation time $ 0.50 per balloon
How do I know how many balloons I need for the ceiling?
There is a great formula to work out how many balloons you need. Multiply the length (L) and the width (W) of the space you want to cover with balloons on the ceiling. Then…
L x W x 10 = this will completely “carpet” the ceiling with balloons.
L x W x 7 = perfect number for a dancefloor effect.
L x W x 5 = a scattered effect for a boardroom or large area.