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Balloon Safety & Care: (1) The average vehicle holds about 24 inflated balloons and they're best stored in the back seat. (2) Balloons look their best at room temperature – keep them warm on cool days and cool on warm days. (3) Inhalation of helium can be harmful. Never breathe in helium. (4) Uninflated or broken balloons can create a choking hazard. Keep an eye on your little ones. (5) After your party properly dispose of uninflated balloons. (6) Do not release balloons into the air. Help keep balloons out of our waterways and powerlines.
You might think giant number balloons are only for birthdays or New Year's Eve. Not so! These gold foil number balloons are incredibly versatile. Numbers have endless significance, like the year of a graduation, the age of an anniversary, or advertising a home address so no one misses where the party's at.
The number balloons' metallic gold finish only adds to their versatility. Gold is a strong color on its own, which is why people often feature it in a party's color scheme. But gold is also a great complementary color, especially for softer palettes like spring pastels.
These giant number balloons are photo-gold. You can hold them as a prop, display them in the background, or put them center stage with other decorations. Fly them with helium, or fill them with air and hang them up. There are so many possibilities!
Our foil balloons automatically seal when you stop filling them — no tying, twisting, or knotting necessary.
If properly inflated, foil balloons can last more than a week when filled with helium, and more than six weeks when filled with air.
Balloons will float only when filled with helium. You can take your balloons to Party City for helium inflation.