What can it be? The answer depends on the event. Here are a few examples:
One of our first jobs was a fundraising. The theme was "It is a jungle out there!" We were part of the NACE team that put the event together. So we created a 25' giraffe and 15' high palm tree.Read more
Big balloon sculptures do the job. Yes, you can achieve the effect in many other ways, what makes balloon sculptures so different?Read more
2. Shooting stars
What if you have something important happening on the stage? Something that has to framed with decorations to stress the importance, but without getting in the way?
Let us see some examples.Read more
And the main one: uniqueness.
But, if the concept is wright and works well with the theme of the party, success is unavoidable. A lot of times, even for us, this is the first time we see the creature! Never mind guests!Read more
Technical, but very important consideration - dismantling. The party is over, the golden carriage has to turn back into a pumpkin and taken out of the room quickly and with minimum inconvenience. What other creation can come close to balloon sculptures?!Read more
Yes, you can create something off site and bring it in and assemble it quickly. I would guess, the delivery and assembly process will eat up all possible advantages...
Start planning early! Call ahead of time and get a consultation! It is free!Read more
That makes the benefit of the big balloon sculptures obvious - you do not need a lot of them to get to the WOW! effect. And one or two of them, as expensive as it can be be, take less budget on one hand and amaze the guests of the event on the other.Read more