Organic Balloon Mania: On The Run, Submerged by Air! 

Organic Balloon Designs have No Rules! It goes beyond simply perfect and consistent sized balloons. The design style has undulating lines, dynamic curves, powerful arches, in contrast to geometrics, but somehow follows the Principle & Elements of design.
Designs are made round, triangle, square, arched, horizontal, vertical Shapes, curvy, and diagonal. Yet they still follow the Principle & Elements of design.

Example of ROUND designs creating a view from any side, and arranged in proper portion to the space use. (insert round design/s- add organic hot air balloon)
Examples of TRIANGLE designs (insert triangle design/s)
Examples of VERTICAL designs – creating the drama (insert Vertical design/s)
Example of HORIZONTAL designs – representing tranquility (add pic/s here)
Example of SPACE designs – allows some elements to stand apart and the impression of unity (insert pics)
Example of CURVE designs – reflecting grace

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Example of DIAGONAL designs -Expressing Uncertainty (insert pics)
Example of TEXTURE designs (insert pics) – there is no limit to what can be incorporated to create a texture design. From plain latex balloons to printed or stuffed. From foils to flowers, from stuffed animals to paper flowers, from greenery to lights, if it works for the design outcome, it’s added. (insert pic)

Example of DIAGONAL designs -Expressing Uncertainty (insert pics)
Example of TEXTURE designs (insert pics) – there is no limit to what can be incorporated to create a texture design. From plain latex balloons to printed or stuffed. From foils to flowers, from stuffed animals to paper flowers, from greenery to lights, if it works for the design outcome, it’s added. (insert pic)

What’s Securing Your Designs?

With every design there needs to be some kind of support attached to secure the design and hold it in place.
Some commonly used framing and weights can be found when creating Arches, Columns, Garland and Swags.

Arches are typically supported by using Conduit or PVC poles attached to weighted base plates to prevent the decor from falling over. The conduit or PVC can be bent in shapes and is Typically used for Arches, Demi, Square, Circle, letter and number shaped designs to name a few.

Columns are typically supported with a straight frame (conduit or PVC or Monofilament) and base plate or sand weights. Some trendy column designs are curvy and slightly arched styles.
Garland/Swag are typically frameless and created using monofilament, 260Q or linked balloons, and supported by sand weights, magnetics and various rigging methods . Swags or Garlands are loosely assembled so that the design is not stiff. Garlands or Swags are used as table runners, stair banisters, draped from the ceiling, to wrap around frames, and so on.
3D Dimensional Organic (Hot Air balloons, Use entry pic). 4ft, netting, hola hoops, wiring,

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Balloon Walls are created using square pack columns, or spiral columns or linked balloons, or balloon garlands or foil balloons by joining them together with 260qs, rubber bands and paper clips,monofilament, or packing tape, and securing the design with frames or packing tape and weights.
Let me break that down (insert square pack). Square pack columns are square looking columns (hint Square). They are created using two different sized balloons in quads (4 balloons tied together). Stacking the larger quad and then the small quad on top of each other creates the square appearance. Depending on the size wall you want to create, you will need several square packs to tie together to create a flat looking wall. The square pack wall. Now you are ready to add Several pack columns are tied together to create a wall. The sturdiness of the wall can be self standing or with support. The advantage of the square backed walls is that you can create two different designs on both sides. The Spiral columns are inflated using two sizing sized balloons and then joining together like a puzzle. The Linked balloon walls are created by several strings of linked balloons connected together. The gaps in the linked wall are then filled in with balloons varying in size.
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