We all associate Valentine’s Day with red roses, boxes of chocolates, teddy bears, and romantic balloons. Valentine's Day balloons span from small Valentine’s Day foil balloons in bouquets to elaborate garland balloon arrangements. Whether you’re seeking out something a little unique or after some classic heart-shaped red balloon Valentine’s Day options, at Koch & Co, we have all the supplies and tools you need to celebrate love.
Show Your Affection With Love Heart Balloons
At Koch & Co, we have a large range of heart-shaped balloons for Valentine's Day. Small air-filled bouquet conversation heart balloons and larger love heart balloons Valentine's Day options are popular balloon gifts at this time of year.
Heart-Shaped Balloons In A Variety Of Styles & Colours
Choose Valentine’s Day balloons to make a declaration of love, ask someone out on a date or give a token of affection. The heart-shaped balloon is a classic way of showing affection on Valentine’s Day. Whether your gift is a small 'be my Valentine’ balloon in a bouquet or a large helium balloons Valentine's Day bouquet, we have a balloon for you.
Beautiful Valentine's Day Balloons Delivered Australia Wide
If you’re after Valentine's Day balloons near me, visit our store in Auburn, NSW, or shop online and get your Valentine’s balloons delivered directly to your door Australia wide. If you need Valentine's Day balloons delivered in the lead up to Valentine’s Day, at Koch & Co, we have a wide range of helium and air-inflatable love balloons, helium tanks, and all the necessary accessories.
- How to decorate a table for Valentine's Day?
Decorating a table for Valentine’s Day is the perfect backdrop for a romantic dinner. Below, we’ll recommend simple ways to dress up any dining space for the most romantic day of the year.
- Create a table runner using flower petals or confetti. Using red or pink flower petals, cover the section of your table where a table runner would usually sit. You can opt to use fresh flower petals or artificial petals. Artificial petals are reusable, and won’t wilt, tear and weep moisture in the way fresh petals can. Confetti is an inexpensive alternative to petals that yields a similar effect. Choose from a range of gleaming metallic or paper confetti in round or heart shapes. Place candles or fairy lights amongst your petals or confetti for extra romantic ambiance.
- When it comes to matters of the heart, small details go a long way. A personalised note at your significant other’s table setting in the form of a name card is an inexpensive way to make them feel truly special. Place your note on a place card holder for an elegant finish. An easy alternative is a romantic pick tucked into a napkin ring.
- Elevate your tablescape with simple accessories. Charger plates, cloth napkins, napkin rings, and placemats are decorative and functional details that create a cohesive effect.
Candlelight is a surefire way to create a mood when dressing a space. Explore our range of candelabras, candleholders, candlesticks, tealight candles, scented candles, and more. At Koch & Co, we have options for every budget, space, and style.
- Champagne flutes and ice buckets are inextricably linked to the idea of a romantic dinner. Keep your bubbly chilled and on hand in an elegant wine bucket, and clink champagne flutes for a romantic meal.
- Spell out your love with a personalised message. Use foil letter and/or number balloons, wooden letters, or a heart-shaped LED light box to let them know exactly how you feel.
- A bunch of roses is the most iconic way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and a romantic table display is a wonderful way to display them.
- Floating some helium-filled Valentine’s Day heart balloons is a simple way to add a sense of fun and occasion to your romantic tablescape. Anchor with a vase, a balloon weight or tie to your significant other’s chair.
- How to inflate a heart-shaped balloon?
Red heart helium balloons are popular items every Valentine’s Day. We’ve included a guide below to help you inflate your balloons correctly for happy Valentine’s Day balloons, every time.
At Koch & Co, our heart-shaped balloons are exclusively foil balloons. As such, this guide will pertain to inflating foil balloons, not latex. An important factor to consider when inflating foil balloons is whether they are Valentine’s helium balloons or Valentine’s air balloons. Another factor affecting this process is whether your foil balloons are self-sealing or not.
- Larger foil Valentine’s heart balloons can be inflated with helium by sliding the small opening at the tail of the balloon onto the nozzle of a helium tank. Take care to hold the neck of the foil helium balloon firmly around the nozzle with one hand before pressing on the nozzle with your other hand. This will release the helium into the balloon. Correctly inflated foil heart-shaped balloons should be firm, with uniformly spaced creases along the seam.
- If you want to inflate small bouquet or candy heart balloons with air from your lungs and mouth, we suggest pushing a drinking straw gently up the tail of the balloon until you feel resistance. The resistance you’re feeling is the valve, which you need to push past in order to establish an airway. Use your fingers to seal the balloon around the straw. Inflate the balloon by blowing into the end of the straw. This method can also be practised with an air pump.
- If your balloon is self-sealing, once inflated, immediately press the valve on the ‘tail’ to seal.
- If your balloon does not self-seal, like our Valentine’s bubble balloons, you will need a heat sealer. To seal in air or oxygen, line up the tail of the balloon on the heating surface of the heat sealer. To ensure a tight seal, lay the tail of the balloon over the bar, making sure there are no creases in the material before application. Press and hold the knob down until the light turns off. Once your balloon is sealed, tie a ribbon onto the end of the tail (below the valve), and attach it to a balloon weight.
- How to make a heart-shaped balloon arch?
Make a splash this Valentine’s Day with a heart-shaped V day balloons arch. Begin by making a symmetrical heart shape using wire or strong, flat cardboard. If using cardboard, use a hole puncher to make a hole every 5cm in your cardboard.
- When choosing your balloons, choose a colour palette in a variety of sizes. If you’re planning to use extra big Valentine’s balloons, we advise using them only in cases where a large heart frame is being used. Use our balloon garland kits to get a balanced collection of balloon sizes in a curated selection of colours. For a Valentine’s Day balloon garland, we recommend a mix of latex and foil balloons in traditional Valentine’s colours, shapes, and prints.
- Inflate your Valentine’s balloons with a balloon air pump to save time and effort. Inflate your latex balloons in pairs, tie knots in their ends, and then tie them to each other.
- Once you have a sufficient number of V day balloon pairs to cover most of your heart frame, attach them with sticky tape. If you have prepared holes in your frame, push the ends of your balloons through, and tape them to your frame from behind. Take care to space these balloons evenly. Begin from the middle, and work outwards when attaching these balloons.
- Fill gaps in your balloon arch with smaller balloons. Attach them with sticky glue dots to larger balloons already affixed to your frame.
- Where to buy heart balloons?
If you’re in the market for Valentine's Day balloons, at Koch & Co, we stock a wide range of romantic balloons at unbeatable prices. For classic love heart balloons, see our collection of different designs, colours, and sizes. We also import our own goods, which means we can pass the savings directly to you, and offer our Valentine’s Day balloons wholesale priced.