Find wedding bubbles, party bubbles and bubble machines at www.shindigs.com.au! Blowing bubbles at a wedding as the bride and groom take their first steps as a married couple is a fun and a more environmentally friendly alternative to the throwing of rice or confetti. Bubbles at weddings have become very popular in Australia and Shindigs had a great range to choose from!
There are a variety of different designs of bubbles suitable for weddings including champagne bottle bubbles, champagne glass bubbles, bubbles with lovebirds, bubbles with pearl ribbons and even plain white bubbles. The plain white bubbles are very popular as they can easily be personalised or themed with name tags, ribbons or stickers. For the less traditional, there are also some fun bubbles in coloured bottles.
Bubble machines can be great for weddings or parties - all you have to do is add batteries and bubble mix and you are ready to go! Kid's of all ages love running around chasing after bubbles and popping them so a bubble machine is sure to be a hit at a birthday party! We also sell larger bottles of bubbles perfect for filling and re-filling your bubble machines. We also carry a fun range of novelty bubbles including bubbles in guitar bottles, smiley ring bubbles and other smiley face bottle bubbles - just to name a few!
All of our bubbles are non-toxic, non-staining but they do have small parts and so are not recommended for children under the age of 3. For the smaller bottles of bubbles, the wands are attached to the inside of the lid. We sometimes get questions from customers asking if wedding bubbles can go off. In our years of experience we have never heard of any of our bubbles going off and as it is essentially a soap solution, we are not sure that they would ever go off. However if you are concerned, we suggest buying your bubbles as close to your function as you are able to. Shindigs stocks wedding bubbles all year round at a great price and we would be happy to assist you!
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