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Product description


Features:

Package includes:
You will get 1 tropical leaf tablecloth and 36 pieces of palm leaf themed balloons including 12 pieces monstera print white latex balloons, 12 pieces deep green balloons and 12 pieces gold balloons, they all measure 12 inches, sufficient quantity for you to decorate your summer party.

Wonderful party decorations:
These balloons are lovely decorations for your ceiling, walls, windows, doors and more;except for tables, the tablecloth can applied as photo props or backdrop to take funny photos with friends, create brilliant atmosphere to your parties or events.

Specifications:
Size:
Latex balloons: 30 cm/ 12 inches in diameter
Palm leaves tablecloth:137.2 x 274.5 cm/54 x 108 inches
Color: as pictures shown
Material: latex and PEVA

Package includes:
12 x Golden latex balloons
12 x Dark green latex balloons
12 x Palm leaf balloons
1 x Palm leaves tablecloth

Note:
Please keep the balloon away from pointed objects, heat or fire resources. And do not over inflate the balloon to avoid bursting.
Manual measurement, please allow slight errors on size.
The colors may exist slight difference due to different screens.

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