In need of a quick and easy decoration for your home? Look no further than our selection of pre-made garlands! Just three simple steps will have you ready to hang yours up right away.
This ready-made garland is designed and made in our workshop from the highest quality latex balloons. You can order and then pick up your garland a minimum of two days later; simply schedule your pickup time on the cart page before checking out.
**Please note that these ready-made garlands are COLLECTION ONLY.**
We only use Biodegradable latex balloons
The garland is 2.1m long, and 60cm wide.
Which is 7ft x 2ft.
(measurements are approx)
3 x Latex Bands
If you want to hang your garland on the wall or over something please feel free to attach the secure latex band around stable anchors in your home like wall pins or command hooks.
Please feel free to watch our assembly video to help you set your garland up in just minutes! or visit our intructions page.
Map out where you want to tie the three elastic bands included in our kit so that your garland is lovely and secure.
Once you've decided on your garland's anchor points, begin by tying a single knot to tie the band to the bannister or wall.
Make a second knot with the tips of the elastic band to create a loop that will go around and secure the balloon.
You’ve secured your first anchor point, repeat the process for one or two more anchor points further along, depending on how much security you require.
Grab your garland and experiment with the position; once you're satisfied, grab a balloon from the back and wrap the band over it to attach it.
Step 5 should be repeated for the remaining points. Once everything is in place, you can move the balloons around to make the garland look better.
The rubber latex balloons used by Castle Balloons, are plastic free and will biodegrade.
Natural rubber latex is collected from Hevea Brasiliensis Pará rubber trees to make all rubber balloons. Rubber latex begins to decompose as soon as it is manufactured and comes into contact with natural elements. When the balloon is inflated and exposed to natural sunlight and oxygen, decomposition is accelerated.