New range of Qualatex balloons for Christmas and Q4 unveiled

Published on: 9th December 2019

The new Christmas balloons and Q4 range are both available for shipping now. 

Pioneer Europe has unveiled two new Qualatex collections for Christmas and Q4.

New designs in the festive balloon range feature the traditional Christmas colour palette of red, green and gold. The range includes the Christmas Gold Script Red; an 18” round Microfoil balloon, and Christmas Tree Brushed Gold; a 40” Microfoil balloon in the shape of a Christmas tree, boasting red baubles with gold brush marks.

The Jolly St. Nick balloon is another favourite from the collection as well as the Christmas themed Bubble Balloon, new for 2019. The Merry & Bright Lights Bubble balloon features strings of multi-coloured Christmas lights along with the scripted message: merry & bright.

New trends featured in the latest collection of the Qualatex Q4 products include the Sweet Sloth Microfoil shape, along with matching 18” Let’s Party Toucan & Sloth, a fairy collection and new birthday designs, including gold and rose-gold ombre, metallic dots, retro neon glow and space themed balloons. The release also features two stylish new Bubble Balloons – the Baby Boy Blue and Baby Girl Pink confetti dots. The majority of Q4 product is available for shipping now, and the two Bubble Balloons are expected in Europe this month.

Customers are urged to place their orders for the Christmas range as soon as possible to ensure best availability. To see the whole Qualatex range click here.


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