As a professional remixer, disc jockey, and music-video jockey who has been filling house parties, weddings, and corporate events with sounds for more than 20 years, DJ Jam Master C of Mix Masters has what it takes to bring life to any party. He can enhance the tune wrangling with equipment such as a power subwoofer for extra bass or premium nightclub lights and video-projection screens for added entertainment.
Since 1988, Card and Party Warehouse's family-run, local operation has helped plan and produce weddings, bar mitzvahs, birthdays, and corporate parties. The extensive outlet stacks drinkware and catering supplies to the ceiling, and equips hosts with chairs and tables that double as fortifications during each event's requisite food fight. Invitations and wrapping paper are designed for specific events and seasonal celebrations, including Halloween, and a huge array of balloon arches, columns, and bouquets frame gatherings.
At Singing Telegrams, the artists know that balloons are more fun if they have turned into puppies. They specialize in twisting inflatables into animal shapes, as well as tri-colored braids, holiday wreaths, and balloon hats––a fashionable alternative to earmuffs made of two normal balloons.
However, balloon sculpture isn't the team's only form of party art. They paint faces too—up to 20 an hour, with designs ranging from pirate eyepatches to Spiderman's blue-and-red mask. In addition, their singing telegrams brighten humdrum days with festive tunes performed by singers dressed as chickens, gorillas, or bananas.