Care Instruction


1. Unpacking:
   - Carefully remove the flowers from the packaging.
   - Remove any protective wrapping or plastic covers.

2. Watering:
   - Fill a clean vase with lukewarm water.
   - Add flower food or preservative if provided.
   - Trim the stems at a 45-degree angle to allow better water absorption.
   - Place the flowers in the vase immediately after cutting the stems.

3. Placement:
   - Choose a location away from direct sunlight, drafts, and extreme temperatures.
   - Avoid placing flowers near ripening fruits or vegetables, as they release ethylene gas, which can shorten the lifespan of flowers.

4. Daily Care:
   - Check the water level daily and replenish as needed.
   - Remove any wilted or damaged flowers and foliage to maintain the overall freshness of the arrangement.
   - Recut the stems every few days to ensure better water uptake.

5. Additional Tips:
   - Avoid placing flowers near heating or cooling vents.
   - Keep flowers away from pets and children.

6. Enjoying Your Flowers:
   - With proper care, your flowers should stay fresh for several days.
   - Arrange the flowers as desired and display them in a prominent location where you can enjoy their beauty.


1. Unpacking:
   - Carefully remove the balloons from the packaging.
   - Handle them gently to avoid any punctures or tears.

2. Inflation:
   - If your balloons are not pre-inflated, you will need to inflate them.
   - Use a high-quality balloon pump or a helium tank for helium-filled balloons.
   - Inflate the balloons slowly and avoid overinflating, as it may cause them to burst.

3. Placement:
   - Choose a suitable location for your balloons, considering the environment and occasion.
   - Keep them away from sharp objects, rough surfaces, and direct sunlight, as they can cause damage or fading.

4. Temperature and Humidity:
   - Balloons can expand or shrink with temperature changes.
   - Avoid extreme heat or cold, as it can affect the balloon's appearance and durability.
   - High humidity can cause balloons to deflate faster, so keep them in a dry environment if possible.

5. Handling:
   - Handle the balloons gently to prevent them from popping or getting tangled.
   - Avoid sharp objects, rough handling, or excessive pressure on the balloons.

6. Floating Time:
   - Helium-filled balloons will naturally deflate over time.
   - The floating time of helium balloons can vary depending on factors such as balloon size, temperature, and altitude.
   - Latex balloons generally float for 8 to 12 hours, while foil balloons can last for several days or longer.

7. Disposal:
   - Please dispose of balloons responsibly.
   - If using latex balloons, puncture them before disposal to prevent wildlife from ingesting them.
   - Foil balloons can be deflated and reused if desired.

8. Safety Precautions:
   - Keep balloons away from young children to prevent choking hazards.
   - Do not inhale helium directly from balloons, as it can be dangerous.

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If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us!
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