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Saturday, June 19, 2010

50th Anniversary Balloon Decorations

What better way to celebrate your 50th anniversary by having Everyday Flowers create a stunning balloon arch for your event. This serpentine balloon arch was created using metallic gold and clear balloons.

Balloon arch's can be used for entrances to your event or can even be placed over the cake table shown here in this picture.

Everyday Flowers has been offering our balloon services since August of 2007 and in just 3 short years we have continued to expand our Balloon Services in Orange County California. Just like our flowers we will continue to impress and show our customers what they can get when they choose a professional that only uses the best quality products available.

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Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Be Responsible With Graduation Balloons

June is a time of many graduations in southern California. It is a busy time for Everyday Flowers with the creation of our graduation gifts such as graduation flowers orchid leis and of course graduation balloons.

But customers also need to be aware that June is also the busiest month for Southern California Edison. That is because June is the busiest month for power outages due to the unnecessary release of metallic balloons from graduation ceremonies and parties.


Customers can help prevent these outages by being responsible when they purchase their balloons such as using them indoors for events but the most important thing is to remember to properly weight the balloon.
By law all foil balloons are to be individually weighted when they are sold to the customer.


So this graduation season take responsibility of your Mylar balloons and where ever you decide to buy your balloons make sure that each Mylar balloon is individually weighted before leaving the store.


You can find more information about this topic here.



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