Balloon Decorations for a Corporate Events at Christmas

As a blogger I am truly amazed at the number of corporate events there are in a year and they are just the ones I am invited to.  Often they are for a launch of a new product, or a new restaurant or to celebrate a corporate style anniversary.  These events often increase towards Christmas where there is even more sparkle to these events.

One thing all these events have in common in bubbly, nibbles and decorations. If you want to tell people about something new – make it fun, make it memorable, in other words, make a sparkle!  I expect the bubbly would help with that but have you ever been to a corporate event without decorations?  Whilst these might include flower decorations, they can be expensive especially at Christmas where flowers are more expensive.  Balloon decorations have more impact and fill the room with a party atmosphere and are not affected by seasonal price variations.  At corporate events there is a trend towards selfies, which often immediately find their way onto Facebook and Twitter.  A balloon selfie wall draws the attention of the guests creating even more publicity with more shots of an event for social media. Balloon columns in corporate colours are also a great way of meeting and greeting guests at the entrance of your venue as guests are often looking gingerly at a room wondering if that is where they should be.  A big display of balloons will soon clear up any confusion.

Until I came across Claire Carney’s work, I thought balloon decorators tended to just make sausage dogs from a long balloon at children’s parties.  I couldn’t have been more wrong, Claire’s balloons for corporate events make a fabulous impact.  So if you are looking for a balloon decorator in Norwich, Norfolk  for your Christmas event you need not look any further.

 

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Blog Update

Today we have moved the Christmas Countdown Blog over to a new hosting company. This should make the blog much faster when accessed from around the world, during the peak month of December and from mobile devices.

If you notice anything strange or not working on the blog do please leave a comment or get in touch and we’ll get it fix.

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Happy Christmas 2017

Just one last blog post now to wish you all a happy Christmas.  If you are cooking Turkey tomorrow then you might like to read my Turkey Cooking Tips page.  A couple of final tips tonight. Try and declutter the kitchen and get out everything you need tomorrow.  If you are worried about oven space then just cook the turkey first, then take it out and wrap in foil and cover with clean towels to keep the heat in. This actually improves the bird by letting the juices soak back into the meat and it will still be lovely and hot an hour or so later, which is plenty of time to cook your roast potatoes and parsnips etc.

Good luck, relax and have a lovely Christmas.

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Don’t miss Rick Stein – The Road to Mexico tonight

Just a quick post to alert you to the new Rich Stein series tonight at 9pm on BBC 2.  His shows are always an interesting mix of travel show and cookery and ideal viewing on these cold winter nights.  As you might expect he has a new book out to go with the series. 
Rich Stein Mexico

Update: I’ve spent a few hours this afternoon looking at various Rick Stein books and DVD’s and produced a Rick Stein Gift Ideas Guide.  If I’ve missed anything great please let me know and do leave a comment below on what you think of his new show tonight.

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New David Walliams Reading List and Gift Guide

Just a quick update to announce my new David Walliams Christmas Gift Guide:

It’s not often when David Walliams doesn’t have a book in the charts these days. His titles appeal to children and adults.  To save you time I’ve gone through reviews and Amazon and picked David’s top books to produce a helpful David Walliams Reading List and Gift Guide.  So if you’ve got children who have enjoyed one of David’s books, why not treat them to one of the other items on this list for Christmas.

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