Everyone looks forward to this rite of passage. Parents look forward to seeing their children take flight into adulthood. Children look forward to laying claim to “getting through” the craziness of school, school, school. But finding ways to celebrate in the current coronavirus pandemic adds a whole new level of “I survived it and lived to tell the tale!”
While government agencies figure out how we can best and most safely “open up”, that may not come in time or be appropriate for your household. So what can you do to celebrate?
Balloons are an amazing way to create a happy and festive environment. There are balloon professionals who will create and deliver no touch yard art to your home, setting it up in your front yard. Some will offer indoor décor such as a specialized “sculpture” just for your graduate.
You – yourself – can purchase and set up décor within your home or fun lawn art. As a balloon professional, I would love to help you with your event. But I’m not a bit worried about recommending that you also consider what you can do on your own. You know what is best for your family situation.
If you are interested in information that will help you create your own festive balloon décor, you can reach out in the comments below and I’ll be happy to provide some guidance. If you want a recommendation for professionals in the North Texas area, again leave a message! I’ll be happy to put you in touch with wonderful talented artists. I’m getting no “payback” for doing so. I just love the balloon world and while I cannot currently do a lot myself, I’m more than happy to send business to these incredibly talented people!
However you choose to celebrate your graduates – just do it! Whole heartedly, intentionally, with all the love and joy you can! It is a BIG deal!