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Oh Wow! Balloons
Oh Wow! Balloons

Oh Wow! Balloons

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Introduction: One way we really set ourselves apart is the amount of time we spend practicing. At least once a week we get together to practice new designs. It keeps our art fresh and interesting. We don't want to do the same old balloons you've seen 1000 times. It's boring to make pink poodle after pink poodle. We want to create something new, something exciting, something that gets remembered. Our company is called Oh Wow!! because our goal is to get you to say that. Being a balloon artist gives us the opportunity to interact with many different people in many different situations. It's fun and interesting to have the opportunity to learn so much about other people. Another wonderful aspect to playing with balloons for a living is the way we get to make people smile. It's fantastic to see someone's eyes light up when they see their balloon.

Hired 45 times

5 employees

22 years in business

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Great 4.8

24 reviews


Luanne G.

Balloon Twisting

Sep 8, 2013
Monica O.

Balloon Twisting

Aug 10, 2014
Heather B.

Balloon Twisting

Nov 19, 2014
Angela V.

I have been to several events where Stacey worked her balloon magic with the children and children at heart. She is always friendly and very knowledgeable with her work. She has an always expanding index of balloon characters and inventive ideas. You can never go wrong with her!
May 22, 2014
Kat T.

We've stumbled across Stacey working in Kansas City many times over the past several years and are always impressed with her work! Her talent and creativity are amazing, and her way with children is beyond impressive. She's engaging without being pushy or "scary" which is great for shy kids. Her ability to patiently work out what color/design a child wants makes her the Balloon Whisperer in my book. We look forward to seeing her again soon!
May 27, 2014


  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    Our company has a practice session once a week. We also attend conventions whenever we can.

  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    My oldest daughter was home from school one day "sick". She wasn't that sick and I didn't feel that responsible, so we went shopping. Picked up a kit on how to make balloons and a couple of hundred extra balloons. It was addictive. We went through all of those balloons that afternoon and had to buy more when my husband got home from work. A couple of days later someone offered to pay me "to do that." How could I turn it down? 15 years later it's still what I do and now the whole family is in on the act, even the baby who was an actual baby back when we started.

  • What types of customers have you worked with?

    We do events from small birthday parties to large festivals and events. At a small party we have time to create more elaborate sculptures such as dragons and fairy costumes. You won't be disappointed with our sculptures at large events, they are just a bit simpler with items like roses, monkeys, frogs and motorcycles.

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