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New Years Eve Balloons

New Years Eve Balloons

Count down to a fabulous New Year with New Years Eve balloons. Our assortment of New Years Eve Balloons are a collection of dazzling foil and latex New Years Eve balloons that pop with exciting color.

New Years Eve Balloons

New Years Eve BalloonsFrom cheerful, bright colored latex balloons (in vivid shades of red, orange, yellow, and blue) that add a festive touch to your New Years Eve party decor, to chic, sophisticated metallic hues (like gold, pearlized white, and silver) for an upscale, elegant statement, we carry a wide range of New Years Eve balloons that will surely make your special occasion a night to remember.

Here are a couple of fun ideas for different ways to use New Years Eve Balloons at your party.

Hire a local balloon decorator to design a statement-making balloon arch (using 5″ latex balloons) which is great for party guests to take photos underneath. Since people love snapping pics at holiday parties and special events, a balloon arch is an easy way to set the stage for them to take photos that they’ll love to share on social media.

You can also easily and quickly fill hundreds of 9″ latex balloons with air, using an electric air inflator, to use as a balloon drop at the stroke of midnight. When the clock turns 12, release the balloon drop so that the air-filled balloons float down from the ceiling onto the dance floor. This creates a magical and memorable moment for your guests to enjoy.

If you plan to create clusters of helium-filled New Years Eve balloons to decorate the party, don’t forget to tether your clusters of balloons with balloon weights. Available in sophisticated shapes (like spheres and cubes) and a variety of colors (from bright hues to metallic shades), the Bubble Weights and Cube Weights are the perfect table-top balloon weights to create a winning look at your NYE party.

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