Balloon artists Kenwyn Dapo and Justin Quackenbush created this beautiful balloon wedding dress for a happy bride. She commissioned the dress for her recent bridal shower. The balloon wedding dress was beautifully executed and quickly became the centerpiece of her shower, standing poised at the entrance greeting arriving guests. In the photo collage above, Kenwyn took a moment from balloon twisting to…
Ho-ho-ho-Twist! All month long we have been twisting balloons for holiday-goers, celebrities, and even Santa himself. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
The holidays are a great time to have creative balloons at your event. We are busy twisting menorahs, elves, crazy hats, dreidels, candy canes, and everything else imaginable. Hopefully we will see you at one of our public events this season.
I want to thank all of you for being a part of my life and supporting me and my friends in our quest to pursue our passion of twisting balloons and bringing happiness to the world, one event at a time. I wish you a wonderful holiday season. Let me know if you want to check availability for a December…
Twisting the Haunted Dinos was hard work and lots of fun. Here are few behind-the-scenes shots of the creative process.
We were honored to work with the famous Balloon Saloon to bring a collection of haunted dinosaur balloons to a New York City corporate Halloween party. Just as we did for Alice in Halloweenland, we brought a team of world-class balloon artists together to create an original balloon installation of twisted haunted sculptures. Kelly Cheatle, Larry Moss, John Reid, Todd Neufeld, Stephanie Swald,…
Last year I did a collection of Nickelodeon characters, so when model/entrepreneur/awesome person Scarlett Toner asked me to twist a large balloon of the newest Nick character, Wallykazam, I quickly said “yes!” This was for a birthday party at the Waldorf — and the birthday boy loved his giant Wally balloon!
The best way to celebrate SpongeBob’s National Free Balloon Day is with this fun video of Todd Neufeld twisting SpongeBob SquarePants. Shot Nickelodeon’s studio here in New York City, this video is a close-up of Todd’s hands twisting the classic children’s show character.