Q: What do you require at a party?
A: I am completely mobile, so all I require is space enough for a line to form, which is very typical. A table can be helpful but is not crucial. Water is also appreciated if it is available.
Q: How many balloons can you make per hour?
A: allowing approximately 2-3 minutes per sculpture I can produce an average of 25-30 “gourmet” sculptures depending on intricacy of requests. Swords, of course, go a little faster!
Q: What is the best time frame for Balloonology?
A: Starting later is usually better than earlier as it is easier to make a smooth exit if the party is beginning to wind down.
Q: What is your “ Exit Strategy” if there is a wait line?
A: I like to ensure that anyone who waits on line gets a balloon-This means that towards the end of my scheduled time I do need to “stop” the line from growing beyond what I can handle in the time left.
I have an inflatable “stop” sign that gets the message across. I will usually select an adult or older child that is waiting on line to hold it, indicating that they are my final “customer”.