Easter Decorations

Spring is here and Easter is just around the corner. Balloonatics Easter decorations create a joyous atmosphere that reflect the spirit of the season.

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From tall arches to sublime centerpieces to giant fantasy flowers, our balloon artists craft elegant and exciting decor for any occasion.

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We've got beautiful solutions for your event, whether it's the size of a stadium or a living room, a life celebration or a spiritual event, a business meeting or just a fun party. Chat with our balloon artists to see what we can do.

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Balloon Bouquets

From seasonal surprises to traditional birthday balloons, we will deliver custom crafted cheer straight to your celebrant's door.

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We Love What We Do!

With decades of experience , our diverse and enthusiastic crew can be trusted to handle events large and small, with a smile.

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At Balloonatics, We Are Celebration Artists!

Balloonatics serves San Jose and all cities in the south San Francisco Bay and peninsula areas with its unique decoration and bouquet and gift basket products.    Are you looking for truly unique decorations for your wedding, celebration, or corporate event?  Do you want to purchase a creative and thoughtful balloon bouquet? Our expert designers create one-of-a-kind balloon sculptures, decorations and entertainment to make your occasion memorable. Explore our product pages to see photos of our balloon sculptures, event decorations and balloon bouquets, all of which can be customized to complement your event theme's specific requirements. 


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Frozen Fever

Frozen is a pretty popular theme for kids parties .We have done some fun kids birthday parties with Anna, Elsa and Olaf in mind. We tried to capture all the magical moments of Frozen down to the very last icicle. If you want to throw an AMAZING Frozen party we have some great ideas to get you started.

Happy Spring!

The first day of spring (March 20) is called the vernal equinox, which basically means that it is one of only two days each year when the sun passes directly over the equator. Many people believe that you can stand an egg on end during the vernal equinox; experts say while this is true, if you are patient enough you could stand an egg on end almost any day of the year. Although the flowering plants most associated with the season are daffodils, tulips and lilies, in fact, the first bloom to appear in spring is usually the common dandelion.

Easter Decorations

Spring is here and Easter is just around the corner. Balloonatics Easter decorations create a joyous atmosphere that reflect the spirit of the season.

The History of Nutcrackers

With the holiday season fast approaching, our thoughts are turning to holiday parties, eggnog, Christmas cake (not so much) and creating festive balloon decorations. It seams like this year Nutcracker balloon sculptures are requested more than in other years. Here is a little bit history about Nutcrackers. According to German folklore, nutcrackers were given as keepsakes to bring good luck to your family and protect your home. The legend says that a nutcracker represents power and strength and serves like a trusty watchdog guarding your family from evil spirits and danger. A fierce protector, the nutcracker bares its teeth to the evil spirits and serves as the traditional messenger of good luck and goodwill.


"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." ~ Albert Camus Cozy atmosphere, warm sweaters, pretty candles and the scent of cinnamon and apples in the air. This is my favorite of the year. There is a distinct change in the weather and you can almost smell winter in the cold air. Colors change too; the sky seems to go from bright blue to deep reds at sunset, and the trees become vibrant and colorful in their last flourish before winter sets in. This is a great time for Balloonatics start planning and promoting our Holiday and New Year's Eve décor. We love creating fun and exciting balloon creations for our client’s events.

Fall is the time for harvest and Halloween decor

From apples and pumpkins to Halloween and Thanksgiving, fall officially arrived Sept. 23, 2014. Some With its brilliant colors and crisper days, autumn is a favorite season for many. Autumn is not only a wonderful time of year with crunchy, colorful leaves and cooler weather, but it is also a season of great creations from Balloonatics creative design team.

Pirates Ahoy!!

Ahoy, Matey! Did you know that today is International Talk Like a Pirate Day? It's a day just for fun, a day to let out the pirate in each of us. We like "just for fun" days and we know you do, too. Practice up your "pirate-speak" in anticipation of this day. The conversation will be lively, and you don't want to be left behind. Today, everyone will be talking the talk, if not walking the walk. It is not a requirement to dress like a pirate today. Just talk like one. Are you a Pirate at heart, or in your soul? Take the Pirate Personality Test at http://www.talklikeapirate.com/ppi.html.

End of Summer Sea Theme Party

Who doesn't love summer? It's a time for vacation, fun in the sun, and no school. The end of summer may be inevitable, but that doesn't make me like it any more. We did some really fun balloons for different summer parties and we are really excited for the all the fall designs we have lined up.

Old fashioned Circus event

It is true that there is a certain magic about the circus; one that can often evoke warm childhood memories of traveling to the circus as children and teens. Many adults today want to create these same memories with their children and families and by doing so, are passing on the magical Canadian circus tradition. Memories include the sights and sounds of the circus, as well as the smell of popcorn as you sit ringside, watching the amazing performances with your loved ones. There is no better way to experience family time and fun summer activities than traveling to the circus together and taking in a show that will amaze children of all ages. We have created so many fun and amazing balloons with Circus theme and here are just a few of the recent ones.

Lollypop, lollypop ...

In the 1880s, a New Haven chocolate caramel candy maker started putting the candies on a stick to make them easier to eat. One customer, George Smith, who was in the hard candy confectionery business, liked the idea so much that he and his business partner, Andrew Bradley, began putting hard candies on sticks. These Lollipops (named after Smith’s favorite racing horse, Lolly Pop) were sold at their store front, Bradley Smith Company, located on Grand Avenue. Smith patented the name in 1931, but companies stopped making candy during the Depression and were not able to enforce the patent, thus leading the term “lollipop” to be any type hard candy on a stick. Here at Balloonatics we are fans of Lollipops as well and here is our tribute to a very popular treat.


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