Decorating With Inflatables

Decorating With Inflatables

Santa, we shrunk the polar bear. 


Don't worry; we can blow him up again next year.


What magic is this? Just the union of technology and creativity in our line of Inflatable décor. From huge holiday animals to giant festive ornaments, our inflatables are large enough to make any space more festive, and make the perfect indoor or outdoor Christmas decorations. Because you can deflate them after the season, they are easy to store. 


Our giant Christmas inflatable polar bear, Dennis, inflates in under 2 minutes! Even the largest of elements, like our inflatable reindeer, Hedland and Irkutsk shrink down to fit into a 2' square box for maximum storage efficiency. You can choose from a variety of colors and materials to match any unique space and application. We also offer customization options. 


And building a photo op with inflatables is super easy. In the video below, we set up a quick décor selfie station using our sitting reindeer, Hedland, right in our office! This selfie station uses simple holiday staples with a bold but economical focal point.

If you want your ceiling to pop, then explore some of our whimsical hanging elements. For example, Nagoya is an illuminated giant inflatable ornament. Or check out Colombo, our super chic inflatable ornaments. 


We also have plenty of inflatables for standing use if you don't have the overhead space. Our newest inflatable, Altamira, is a jolly way to accent your space. But our favorites are inflatable animals like Bilbor, because what's better than a giant inflatable teddy bear? (Probably nothing.)


Our inflatables really are an unbeatable balance of huge décor and simple storage. Use them year after year in different ways to keep your décor fresh for your customers each season. Then, tuck them away easily until next year!


Shop all of our giant inflatable Christmas decorations here.

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