How about a collection of fun, unique Father’s Day balloons to celebrate all those amazing dads in our life? I found some balloon decorations for just about any hobby, personality, or style. Funny, serious, cute and playful – the selection was actually quite impressive.
It’s so darn easy to take fathers for granted but without my husband I know my house would simply fall apart. And my own father? I’m 43 and to this day I still rely on him for advice and guidance. It’s literally impossible for me to comprehend life without the influence of these important men.
And, so, we celebrate them once a year with ties, tools, and sleeves of golf balls. (Or, as was the case when I was a kid – a tie and Old Spice soap-on-a-rope. Poor Dad. :))
I have to start with golf because if my husband is not taking care of the pool, managing a Little League baseball team, mowing the front yard, mowing the backyard, cleaning the garage, fixing a broken appliance, or replacing burnt out light bulbs you can find him at the local golf course.
There is, of course, this more serious, stately looking Happy Father’s Day Balloon with a scenic golf course view. But we tend to lean towards the comedic in our household. Something more bright and colorful like the ones below:
Another favorite father-like hobby is fishing. Not that we do much of that here in the desert – lack of water making it difficult and all – but quite a popular sport in most parts of the country. Combine Homer Simpson and fishing and well, not sure you’d call that the ultimate portrait of a father, but cute Father’s Day balloons none-the-less.
This would have to be my favorite although there are no motorcycle riders in our family. It’s edgy and strong, patriotic and bold.
I suspect there are some fathers out there who would absolutely love this balloon – particularly if it were tied to the handlebar of an actual motorcycle
(Surely some father somewhere is getting a new motorcycle for Father’s Day? Maybe a motorcycle helmet?)
Regardless – this one gets my points for “cool Father’s Day balloon”!
Can’t skip the “you’re the best”, “world’s greatest”, “Happy Father’s Day” balloons:
Whether you include Father’s Day balloons in your celebration or not, make sure the fathers in your life know just how much you appreciate them.
Help young ones make them hand made cards and gifts, pick out a special gift, throw a few steaks on the grill, let them watch sports all day and just enjoy the fact that with them there you likely don’t have to kill icky bugs yourself (guys are great at that).