Ultimate Confetti Multicolor Tissue Confetti, 16,000 Pieces
Last updated date: November 8, 2019
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The Ultimate Confetti Multicolor Tissue Confetti, 16,000 Pieces come designed for a slow fall, so you'll have time to snap the perfect photo after throwing it into the air. You can also use the confetti to decorate the tables at your event. At the end of the party, you won't even have to worry if you can't locate every single piece of confetti, as the pieces are biodegradable. In our analysis of 0 expert reviews, the Ultimate Confetti Ultimate Confetti Multicolor Tissue Confetti, 16,000 Pieces placed 2nd when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
Our bulk confetti is sold by the pound and available in a wide range of colors. Works perfectly with any of our confetti cannon blowers or cannons. Our rectangle confetti falls slow for that picture-perfect moment you desire. Contact us for custom color assortments. Brightly colored and perfect for weddings, theatrical performances, concerts, trophy presentations and any other special event!
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An Overview On Confetti
Confetti invokes feelings of excitement and happiness, which is why it makes for an excellent decoration for a variety of occasions. For example, you can use confetti to fill an Easter egg, decorate the table at a baby shower, fill a balloon for a birthday party or throw over the bride and groom as they depart the church as husband and wife.
Whether you want a package of confetti for an event or to help your kids with a few arts and crafts projects, it’s best to consider your needs before choosing a set.
Decide what type of material would work best for your event. Outdoor events are best suited to biodegradable confetti pieces, like the LIMITLESS Colorful Confetti, 5,000 Pieces. Of course, you can also support the environment by purchasing a set made from recycled paper. If your event requires decorations that are more elegant, however, then you’ll want confetti made from metallic foil, such as the Hestya Star Confetti, 60 Grams.
Next, take a look at the confetti set’s size and shape. Would circles, stars, rectangles or squares work better for your party? Do you prefer the confetti pieces to be thick, or on the thin side so they are translucent like the Ultimate Confetti Multicolor Tissue Confetti, 16,000 Pieces?
Check the color scheme of your party to choose a set of confetti that matches. Confetti comes in plain colors, as well as an assortment of colors. The Fiesta Brands Confetti, 425 Grams contains various shades of blue, pink, yellow, white, red, green, purple and orange.
Finally, take a look at how much confetti your getting in the package. Some companies list the weight of the bag in grams, while others specify exactly how many pieces of confetti are in each bag. If you have a large party, you may end up needing to purchase more than one bag.
DWYM Fun Fact
Did you know that in the city of San Francisco, California, it is illegal to pick up used confetti and throw it for a second time? If you found that fact interesting, here are a few more interesting tidbits and about the decoration:
- Before confetti was thrown during a celebration, people used to throw fruit, candy and coins instead.
- Paper confetti was first used in 1881. It was used during a New Year’s Eve party in the city of Paris, France.
- Today, over 2,000 pounds of confetti is dropped by hand each year in Times Square, New York, at midnight on New Year’s Eve.
The Confetti Buying Guide
- When throwing confetti, make sure you instruct party guests to throw upward and not directly at anyone’s face. You may also want to choose rectangular-shaped confetti, as it has a slower fall time than confetti made in the shape of a circle.
- Confetti thrown indoors can quickly be cleaned up with a vacuum. You may need the hose extension to reach behind chairs or sofas, but it shouldn’t take you long to restore the area to normal. A broom may not get the job done, as the confetti can stick to the bottom of the broom.
- Kids can use foil confetti pieces inside snow globe crafts, as they are waterproof.
- You can recycle old scrap paper and make your own confetti. This is easy to do if you have a hole punch. Simple stack a few sheets of paper on top of each other and begin punching. Before you know it, you’ll have an entire bag of confetti ready to be thrown or used as a table decoration.
- If the confetti is made from foil, the pieces may stick together, so plan on giving yourself some time to separate the pieces before you use them.
- When it comes to price, you can expect to pay more for confetti packages with a higher weight. For example, the Fiesta Brands Confetti, 425 Grams and the Ultimate Confetti Multicolor Tissue Confetti, 16,000 Pieces weigh significantly more than the Hestya Star Confetti, 60 Grams and the LIMITLESS Colorful Confetti, 5,000 Pieces, so it makes sense that they cost a bit more.