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Balloon numbers and birthday parties!

I'm playing catch up a bit with this post as I forgot to blog last week- sorry!


A busy couple of weeks for balloons, first up was a Peter Rabbit giant number balloon for a cake smash photo shoot, look how cute it turned out!! The clever mummy set this up at home herself and it just looks amazing - so clever!

I love how totally bespoke the giant numbers can be - totally themed to your little one and as unique as they are! My next giant number balloon is the perfect example of that - a giant number 5 for a birthday girl who's favourite colours are purple, blue and orange and her favourite things are animals, particularly dogs, tigers and lizards! Here is what I came up with:


It was world book day last week and the whole of my daughter's school were going as crayons so of course I had to get my balloons involved in the costume - I also had an order for the Cat in the Hat's hat (here it is modelled again by my daughter!)



Last week I was in Colchester and had my biggest party for a while - there must have been at least 40 children! Due to it being sooo busy I only managed one photo, taken right at the beginning of this beautiful mermaid who wanted a face paint to match her outfit so I made this one up for her, she loved it!


This weekend I had two parties - one in Coggeshall for twins Maisie and George, Also at the party were LittleCity (https://www.littlecityuk.com/) and I finally got to meet Beth who runs the Braintree branch! Lots of unicorns and superheroes were painted!





On Sunday I had a very busy party for Phoebe's 5th birthday - Phoebe had my platinum package which includes face painting, balloon modelling and glitter tattoos! It was so busy I was boshing out the glitter tattoos two at a time at the end!! Phoebe also had my belly buddy balloons with chocolate coins in the belly balloon as party bags for all her guests!



Thank you everyone for having me - I had a fab time, I hope you did too! xx

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