The first balloon dress I saw was in 2005 on a sculpture of a Geisha girl at Twist and Shout. At the time, very few people in the balloon twisting world even knew how that dress was made. Since then, balloon couture has exploded and many twisters are delving into this exciting new sculpture medium–myself included!
Dresses are extremely time consuming, but very rewarding to make as people are always incredibly impressed and the dress itself is always the talk of the event. I have made several dresses–for fun and on commission and am very excited to add this unique art to Red Balloon Company’s list of services.