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Party planning company recommendation

Make your party pop

for The Brooklyn Paper

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A city-themed mural and lounge.
Balloon garlands ceiling decor.
A custom logo backdrop.
A sign-in board with a photo and logo border.
A heavy metal seating card display.
A swanky custom lounge.
A Yankee scoreboard backdrop.
A feather Hollywood-themed ballroom.
A gift box and seating card display.
A meticulous balloon name and basketball sculptures.
A sign-in board and seating-card display.

Michelangelo believed that every slab of marble had a statue trapped within it and it was his job to set it free. Balloon Artistry does something very similar with bare ballrooms. The company conceptualizes whimsical worlds using high-tech, digital designs and the meticulous use of balloons.

“We make sure everything is perfect,” says the company’s graphic designer, Shaina Fine. “People are truly amazed.”

The company burst onto the scene in 1987 when balloon specialist and founder Jeff Fruman began producing complex creations all around the tri-state area, and soon after, Balloon Artistry took flight.

Today, the well-rounded business is a full-service, party-planning enterprise. Its showroom boasts more than 100 displays of place cards, party favors, sign-in books, backdrops, and one-of-a-kind 36-inch balloons that aren’t available anywhere else. It can also help you conceive a theme and a signature logo.

Balloon Artistry custom-designs more than 300 bar and bat mitzvahs a year, ranging from intimate gatherings to simchas of more than 200 people. The secret of its success? True artistry.

“Everything is created on a computer through a graphic design, like a logo or theme,” says Fine. So the final look of your party — from place cards to the packaging of party favors — will make cohesive sense design-wise and look totally polished.

In fact, Balloon Artistry recently helped a family create a Hawaiian-themed fete that transformed their ballroom into a picturesque, Pacific paradise. The luau design included centerpieces that showcased different endangered animals in the Hawaiian Islands, a backdrop, surfboard sculptures, and a beautiful lounge with metallic sequins.

“We like to help people out — we guide them through the process and give them what they want,” says Fine. “If clients trust our design instinct, they won’t be disappointed.”

So, if you’re looking for a fun and upbeat company that can launch your party into another stratosphere, contact Balloon Artistry today.

Balloon Artistry [600 Chestnut Ridge Rd. in Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977, (845) 352–2828, balloonartistry@gmail.com, www.balloonartistry.com]

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