the text (borrowed from here) reads:
"tiny food and tons of fun for a little girl who is turning one...join us for scout's first birthday party..."
my sister-in-law is the genius behind the teeny-tiny accordion-folded inserts. she made them once for her christmas party back in the old days at BYU. as i recall, we were the only boring married couple there, and i ate a lot of spinach dip. also, there might have been some embarrassing PDA under the mistletoe. good times.
full disclosure. don't try this at home. well, try this at home, but you should know that it won't work. well, it will work--long enough to take some pretty pictures maybe but not long enough to hand-deliver as i'd hoped. and certainly not to mail. the (water) balloons are so small and the amount of helium so little that they only float for a very limited time (i.e. minutes). still a cute concept, i think, as a series of photos you could mail/email. or send the boxes out with balloons filled with plain old air. no, they won't have the same surprise factor as the helium balloons rising out of the boxes, but they'll still be unique and fun and memorable for the recipients. --editor