What are the balloon weights called?
Balloon weights, also called balloon anchors or bases, have two goals: to hold your helium balloon bouquet or centerpiece in place and to add to the beauty of…
What are the different balloon sizes?
- 5 inch (red) and 11 inch (blue)
- 16 inch (purple)
- 24 inch (yellow)
- 10 inch (blue) 12 inch (orange)
- 2ft (black)
How heavy is a balloon weight?
How heavy does a balloon weight need to be? As a good rule of thumb, you typically want your balloon weights to be at least 2 ounces. Most people fill their balloons up with helium or oxygen. A balloon weight of at least 2 ounces would be plenty of weight to hold down the lifting capacity of helium or oxygen.
How do you make cheap balloon weights?
Balloon weights! Just cut an 8 inch square out of burlap and set a rock in the center. Pull up the corners and tie them together using bailing twine (ribbon would look nice too). Tie your balloons to it and ta-da!
What are balloon weights made from?
DIY party helium balloon weights made from drink cans, filled with earth and covered in tissue paper!
How many cm is a normal balloon?
Choose from our available balloon sizes below: 3 ft (90 cm), 30 inch (75 cm), 24 inch (60 cm), 16 inch (40 cm), 11 inch (28 cm), 9 inch (22 cm), and 5 inch (12 cm).
What do you put in balloon weight boxes?
Sand weights are useful for putting into air filled décor to create a sturdy base in decorations such as columns or table centrepieces. They can even be used as weights for helium filled balloons!
How many balloons will a balloon weight hold?
The foil balloon weight can firmly hold up to 15 pieces of 12-inch latex balloons or 40 pieces of 18-inch foil balloons to create fun balloon bouquets and table decorations.