A luau is always in style! And to decorate your luau with pizazz…do it in balloons!
(Photos courtesy of Marci Shill Photography…the nice ones are that is. The others are courtesy of a few cell phones.)
As guests entered they were “washed ashore” by a giant balloon rip curl!
(About 1000 balloons used for the “water” alone.)
A balloon “surfer dude” rode the balloon wave as well.
(Seems most every guy who sees this, claims the surfer was modeled after him.)
A very “touristy” balloon tiki hut served as a backdrop for a refreshing frozen tropical drink station for the teenagers (approx 12′ wide, 9′ tall, 3′ deep).
Sure hope those “tiki torches” don’t catch the roof on fire…
“The Balloon People” came and set-up balloon palm trees throughout the room that we decorated with a variety of flowers, plants, and animals. (Thanks, Francine!)
We built a framed, non-helium, 32′ Tropical Flower Arch that spanned the dance floor – a colorful, elegant backdrop for the Polynesian dancers that performed that night. This is my wonderful husband JOE – I consider him to be the backbone of Balloon Happy AZ. He engineers and builds all the framing I need for my balloon project designs…and helps with most everything else. What a guy!
Thank you, ladies!
And the rest of the team who made all this possible…