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Gold Giant Number Balloons


These gold giant number balloons are a popular choice for all birthday celebrations. Your choice of numbers will come with curling ribbon and matching balloon weight.

The number balloons are £22 for the pair or £12.95 for a single number.

Optional extras:

  • add little clusters of miniature latex balloons to your numbers (+£3)
  • personalise your numbers (+£5)
  • include 12 x air-filled miniature balloons to scatter around the base of the balloons (+£4)
  • include a matching bouquet of three foil balloons with your numbers (+£11.95)

We can also include an optional gift card, with your message on. Please provide details on the order form.


If you would like your number balloons delivered, we offer a local delivery service around the Stafford area (£7.50). Alternatively, you are welcome to collect. We are based in Baswich, Stafford. Minimum orders apply for delivery outside of Stafford – please see our delivery page for more information.

How to order

Please complete the ORDER FORM. On receipt of your order, we will check availability and will be in touch to confirm. At that time, we will send over an invoice with the option to pay by card or bank transfer. We’re more than happy to take last-minute orders – however, we would recommend allowing at least 1 week’s notice, where possible, to ensure that we have your chosen balloons in stock, thank you.


What to expect

In optimum environments, your foil balloons will remain full and taught for three to five days. They will continue to float for longer but will gradually start to appear less taught as they start to lose helium.

Caring for your balloons

Your balloon’s favourite environment is:

  • to be indoors, at normal room temperature
  • away from intense heat, such as radiators
  • away from direct sunlight

If your balloon is exposed to too much heat, the helium will expand, causing it to pop. When the temperature is very cold, it causes the helium to shrink, reducing the size and float time of the balloon. Foil balloons will noticeably shrink in cold weather – however, they will return to normal as soon as they are back in room temperature.