Balloon Safety 

Fully inflated balloons do not present a hazard to young children, however, burst balloons can be dangerous. If a balloon bursts, immediately throw all of the pieces away. 

CHOKING HAZARD: children under eight years can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision is required. Keep uninflated balloons away from children. Discard of broken balloons at immediately. 

Latex Allergies 

Like other natural things, latex can cause allergic reactions ranging from minor skin irritation to anaphylaxis. Please see a doctor if you/your child experiences any of these reactions. 

Balloon Valves 

Balloon valves are inserted into the neck of foil balloons to create a seal without having tying a knot. They are a great time and labor saving device, however, being small and made of plastic, they can present a choking hazard. Please discard of immediately if balloon has burst. Do not allow children to play with uninflated/burst balloons fitted with a valve. 

Always supervise children around balloons!