Float Balloon Bar will partner with Clayton Dabney for Kids with Cancer and Community Partners of Dallas by donating 10% of proceeds for each Christmas Cheer Balloon purchased this year. The classic Elf Balloons have a number of different customizations available, and each balloon comes with the option of a 36-inch red, green or clear confetti balloon. Tassel options are red and green, red and white, or green and white, with personalization of either ’Surprise I’m Back!’ or 'Guess Who’s Back, ME!’ included.

Solid Classic Elf Balloons and Christmas Cheer Balloons are $60; Clear Elf Balloons (with customer provided elf inside the balloon) are $70; Custom tassels or balloon colors are an additional $5, and custom personalization is an additional $10.

Also available are Elf Balloon Kits, which are perfect for families outside of the Dallas-Fort Worth area that want their elf to arrive in style. Both Christmas Cheer Balloons and Classic Elf Balloons are available to be shipped in kits. Helium is not included. For more information on the balloons or to place an order, visit

The last day to submit an order is one week prior to requested delivery date. The delivery dates are as follows:

·       Friday, November 26: Fort Worth, Arlington, Southlake, Flower Mound, Coppell, and Mid Cities

·       Saturday, November 27: Park Cities, Dallas, and Plano

·       Sunday, November 28: Park Cities, Dallas, Plano, Frisco, McKinney, and Lewisville  

Clayton Dabney for Kids with Cancer provides needy families, with children in the last stages of terminal cancer, assistance in creating everlasting memories by providing last wishes, gifts, special events, family travel, and financial assistance with household bills. Clayton Dabneys assistance is provided through the parents and is anonymous to the child. Medicine of the Heart, its primary outreach program, has helped 5,000 families and raised more than $4 million to terminally ill children and their needy families across the United States. As a non-profit, charitable organization, they depend solely on the community for funding. For additional information, visit

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