Small Number Balloons with Personalised Confetti Bubble Balloon
These arrangements provide a nice alternative to having the giant number balloons and also ideal where space is more of a premium. The base of the arrangement is made up using clusters of latex balloons with the small (14 inch) numbers on top and then a personalised (helium-filled) bubble balloon attached. The bubble has confetti in the base of the balloon.
The small numbers are available in bright blue, pastel blue, gold, green, bright pink, pastel pink, rainbow, red, rose gold and silver.
These designs are £28 if using two numbers or £26.50 if using just the one number.
If you would like your 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.
If your balloons are being delivered, we can also include an optional gift card, with your message on. This is a small card (9cm wide) which is attached to the balloon bag with ribbon. Please provide details on the order form.
How to order
Please complete the order form below. 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, where possible, we would recommend allowing at least 1 week’s notice, to ensure that we have your chosen balloons in stock, thank you.
What to expect
Bubble balloons are likely to float for a few weeks – however, they may start to look a bit tired after
a week or two. If your balloon has been personalised, the writing will start to bubble after a few days
and gradually peel off as the balloon starts to slowly reduce in size.
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
Exposing your balloon to too much heat will cause it to pop.