This was a special surprise balloon arch for the Brine Leas school sixth form leavers as it was dropped on them suddenly with the covid19 crisis and the schools closing. We had a last minute request for an arch and we offered it up free of charge, leaving school, proms, celebrations of last exam is something this year’s leavers are missing out on and we wanted to help the school out.
Silver clouds hug a rainbow with a personalised blue heart at the peak of the arch and “2020” in silver numbers.
It’s the Team Lewis Trust Valentine’s Ball tonight at the Bet 365 Stadium.
Personalised bubbles and columns with toppers to go by the podium.
Have a lovely, successful evening.
In Hope House colours the Christmas gifts arch marked the finish for around 300 Santas on the fundraising fun run in Nantwich. It was an amazing turnout on a cold day!
We built a festive arch for Alice Charity and their Santa Dash in Hanley Park.
Alice Charity do a huge amount in the local community to support disadvantaged and vulnerable families and we were happy to donate our time to support them.
A Santa on either side and a swirl of red and white balloons to connect the two characters.
The second annual Merry Mile took place in Crewe’s Queen’s Park organised by the Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity. Our balloon columns for the finish line were sponsored by Alpha Omega Securities.
I’m delighted to be working with three local charities on the balloon arch finish lines for their festive fun runs. I specialise in making each arch different and the great thing about these events is you don’t have to run; dress up, run, jog or walk while being sponsored to help these great causes.
A balloon arch works so well to draw people in to your event plus it makes a great spot for photographs too.
This star point arch was used at the entrance to a ball room leading people in down the red carpet to the drinks reception and dining hall. It’s elegant and tied in with the night’s colour scheme in dark and silvery colours.
Have a look at some of our other Balloon Arches here.
The Cancer Research Pink Tie Ball at the Moat House in Stoke on Trent is a huge event and it was a lovely opportunity to decorate the bar for the event. Two large personalised columns high lighted the entrance and the photographer adopted the helium filled balloon bouquets to use in the backdrop for the photos. A great evening for a great cause.
With the Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity taking part in the NHS Big Tea I was happy to donate these two giant tea pot columns for a photo spot to support the event.
We’ve launched our Easter bunnies today which have stuffed bellies! Get in touch to get yours ordered up! They start from £12 with various sweets and chocolates inside or a cuddly toy.
We donated the models to the Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity raffle.
The Santa Dash in Nantwich has happened for a few years now raising funds for the Merry Mile. I’ve been delighted to be asked to do an arch for the finish line.
With a Snowman on one side and Santa on the other and then a classic arch in green and white joining the two sections it was very festive.
(Edit: I’ve returned to this on 12/08/2019 and I can see so much room for improvement and the 2019 one will be awesome!).
I put my twisting skills to the test to take part in the Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity Trust Merry Mile in Queen’s Park, Crewe.
David’s wings were in Chrome Blue and mine in Chrome Silver, I surprised myself with how well these turned out!
For the North Staffordshire MIND charity ball I made a balloon wall which worked as a fabulous photo backdrop.
All air filled in various shades of blue it was stunning!