SKY LANTERNS from Wish Lantern are the perfect way to celebrate any occasion. The image of a sky lantern floating away is a beautiful and reflective moment that can be shared with your friends and loved ones.
These lanterns are traditionally used across Asia at festivals and celebrations and are seen as a way to release ones worries and problems with a wish, hence the name wish lanterns.
Sky lanterns are safe to use and are biodegradable and non-flammable. All you have to do is light the fuel cell and gaze as the Sky Lantern floats up to the skies and after it’s long flight the sky lantern will safely return to the ground.
Sky Lanterns or Chinese lanterns as they are also known stand 108cm tall and 66cm wide at its widest point.
The countdown to St Valentine’s Day
is on (again), and, as always, we can bet that the one you love will be hoping for something really special and exciting, to show them that, on the most romantic day of the year, there is no one you’d rather be with. Finding a more original gift than flowers and choccies/teddies can be a little tricky, but the sky lanterns team are here to help. If you’re looking for something really special to do this year, then why not plan a surprise sky lanterns
release, on your nearest common, or even from your back garden? With our range of colours, there is a package to suit everyone, whether you’d prefer to watch a multicoloured release, or plain white lights floating away.
For those of you, darling readers, who are feeling extra romantic and swept away by the beauty of this special day (ahem), then one of our wedding packages could be perfect for you. What could be more of a surprise for your other half than opening beautifully packaged sky lanterns
, only to find the personalised inserts with both your names printed on them (and maybe a diamond ring, too).
For any more information about our products or service, or to let us know what you’ll be doing for Valentine’s Day this year, please do get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you!
A young band from Worcester, who recently got to the finals of a national music contest, have had the opportunity to develop their song- delightfully named ‘Sky Lanterns
’- with professional writers, and even record it in a state-of-the-art studio. Chicken Licken Pixies of Asia, the oldest member of whom is a mere nipper at thirteen, met whilst attending classes at the Worcester School of Rock and Performance (WSRP), and developed their material during specialist song-writing classes that were held last term at the centre, at which pupils meet on a Saturday morning. Having been entered by WSRP into the national competition run by Young Chamber UK, the place that they have gained in the final means that the youngsters now have the opportunity to perform at the BAFTA
theatre in Piccadilly.
Of course, for us here at sky lanterns, one of the most delightful parts of this story is that a group of talented musicians would care to dedicate a song to our delightful products, and for this we are touched. Truly.
If you’d like any more information about our sky lanterns
, ordering and deliveries, or have written another song about floating objects (or indeed anything at all), please do get in touch; we always love to hear your thoughts and compositions.