Many businesses and people
are looking for fresh and fun decorating ideas for parties and events,
and nothing makes more of an impact than unique balloon decorations.
Now, balloon decorating is
not just filling up some balloons with helium and tying some string. Balloon
decorating has evolved into an art over the past decade.
Balloon decorators work closely
with event planners, as well as directly with customers. Some decorators
have a retail storefront to enhance their business through retail sales,
and to introduce people to the idea of balloon decorating.
To be a balloon decorator,
you must have experience (or be willing to learn) with creating centerpieces
and decorations with balloons. You will need to keep a fairly large inventory
of many different kinds of balloons, but fortunately, the cost of balloons
is fairly low when purchasing wholesale. You will also need to have at
least one helium tank, and find an easily accessible place for you to
go and have it refilled when necessary.
You may also consider offering
event and party planners a commission for clients they refer to you.