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This deep blue, Kabuki-cut tissue serpentine gives you rich color even against blue skies. Incredibly versatile, royal blue fits exactly special events from all year round: Winter dances, July 4th Parades, school football teams, college homecomings, corporate conventions, elections.
The slim Speedloader packaging lets you snip open the plastic sleeve and tip the streamers straight into handheld launchers and confetti cannon barrels.
For a 2-tone blue look, team this Royal Blue tissue with Turquoise Speedloaders. Or, build an even bigger effect: Pour a sleeves of Flashy Silver & White Slowfall Confetti on top of Royal Blue Speedloaders, and the streamers will burst through a fluttering cloud.
Don't own a cannon? Contact us. We rent by the week.
These 1" diameter Metallic Circles come in brilliant solid colors, plus multicolor and custom mixes. They are sold and shipped by the pound.
Clients use these glimmering color wheels in fascinating ways: Spread across the base of retail displays, scattered across corporate event tables, dribbled as backdrop to music videos. Launched, these create a quick rainfall effect. Place a blower underneath them to keep the circles dancing in air.
Choose a companion color of tiny, 0.5" tissue circles and layer them into your look. The dueling sizes add visual depth. The tissue adds float time.
To create your own unique combinations, select Custom Color Mix from the drop down menu. Then choose up to 3 colors from the list below. Be sure to tell us your choices at in the Special Instructions Box checkout.
Colors: Gold, Rose Gold/Copper, Silver, Green, Orange, Blue, Red, Purple, Black and Hot Pink
The theatrical potential of one-inch Tissue Circles is endless. Choose multicolor, and they become a child's circus. Drop white and they become snow. Launch red and black for dramatic stage-play drops of blood.
So, first imagine your theme, then choose your colors. The 1" Tissue Circles come in solid color collections, standard multicolor, patriotic and custom color mixes.
Circles lack the natural hang-time of rectangles. For quick, impactful visual effects, their shape is fantastic.
Pick your colors:
Lavender, pink, hot pink, white, black, red, blue, turquoise, purple, orange, green, apple green, coral, lime, yellow, standard multicolor, red/white/blue and custom mixtures.
For custom color mixtures in the same bag: Select 2 colors and note them in the Special Instructions box at checkout.
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Adding 1-inch Metallic Circles to your mix creates texture and glitter. Also, by their weight, metallic circles help keep tissue table decor in place.
Play with your crowd's expectations by changing up how you launch these rich blue rectangles. You can blast them high for graduations, sports championships and parades. You can also mimic a spurting hose or a lasting fountain by switching a Shot Max blower on and off. Or, cascade them to create an onstage waterfall.
However you choose to display your creativity, the rich shade of this blue slowfall confetti will leave a lasting impression on your guests.
20" and 32" Kabuki Handheld Celebration Launchers
For a crowd-based, joyous effect, hand a Blue Confetti Flick Stick to each guest. The organic, mass launch will create truly memorable video and photographs.
Our smallest Metallic Circles come in brilliant solid colors, plus pre-mixed multicolor and your own custom combinations.
Launched, these circles will create a quick rainfall effect. For light looks, sprinkle them into the airstream of an Effects Fan or rock through a snow cradle. For a background cascade of color, load these via funnel into our Handheld Launchers or RC-2 cannons.
Colors: Multicolor, Gold, Rose Gold/Copper, Silver, Green, Orange, Blue, Red, Purple, Black and Hot Pink.
No problem. Choose "Custom Mix." Pick 2 or 3 colors and note your choices at in the Special Instructions Box checkout.
Create a two-step look with one cannon shot. Add 2" Tissue Circles to your launch load. The tiny metallic circles will rain down, followed by the tissue's lingering color.