• A Certified Balloon Artist is a member of a group of balloon professionals who successfully complete a series of tests, including oral and practical exams.

    The certification is administered by the Qualatex Balloon Network (QBN), a professional organization dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in balloon decor.  At this time, there are fewer than 3,000 Certified Balloon Artists worldwide.


  • What does this mean to my customers?

       Besides trained to use only the best quality products in all of our creations, through

       extensive training we are educated on industry standards and are accountable for 

       maintaining them.

Frenchies Balloon Creations are all about being green, even if you want

your balloons to be purple!

We only use air filled latex balloons.

Latex is a naturally occurring product, it's 100% bio-degradable and environmentally

friendly.  Latex comes from the rubber plant, a tropical tree native to South America and now cultivated throughout the world.

How Latex Breaks Down.

Exposure to water, sunlight and soil cause latex to break down at approximately the same rate as an oak leaf and faster than a piece of wood.

The process of decomposition starts at the time the balloon is made.  After a latex balloon is inflated, it develops a patina, which is oxidation of the latex.  Once a balloon pops or deflates, it degrades just like any other organic substance.

The rate of decomposition depends on the conditions of exposure.  A controlled study demonstrated that under most conditions, latex balloon pieces are almost completely degraded within six weeks.



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