Manchester Asian Wedding Balloons

Asian Weddings are traditionally held in larger venues and as such balloon decor  is the most cost effective way to decorate these larger venues, whilst creating the desired WOW factor,  which makes it a popular choice for Asian Wedding banquets.

Balloons can be used to compliment other décor such as flowers and draping fabrics but are often used as an independent decor feature that matches the rest of your colour scheme.

Balloons go a long way in creating great impact as long as the right designs are selected for the venue and the occasion and we’re here to help and assist you do just that!

Designing balloons is an art form just as floral arrangements are and from looking through our galleries, you’ll see our displays and centrepieces are created with style and panache to add an extra touch of magic to your Asian Wedding.

At Premier Balloons in Manchester our fully qualified balloon artists can help you with designing balloon features such as arches, columns, dance floor canopies and table centrepieces as well as more detailed designs such as walls and sculptures.

We can guarantee that there is something on offer for every taste and budget whether you want subtle and elegant balloons or grand, lavish and breath taking décor.

We are regular balloon decorators for Asian Weddings at the Nawaab banquet hall (Ottoman suite & Persian suite) on Stockport Road, Manchester.

It is one of our many designs for an Asian Wedding at the Nawaab that was selected to show off the elegance and statement that balloons can add to a wedding, without necessarily looking like traditional balloons.

We are also regular balloon decorators for Asian Weddings at Sachas Hotel, Manchester City Centre.

Why not come into our shop: 220 Middleton Road, Heaton Park, Manchester M8 4NA and have a look through our portfolio and ideas book. We have some great ideas for decorating stages, entrances and tables, you’ll be amazed and excited once you see what we have to offer to make your Asian Wedding simply amazing!!

Jan 23, 2012 | Category: News | Comments: none