Chinese Lanterns, also known as Khoom Fay, Flying Lanterns, Paper Lanterns or Sky Lanterns, add an exciting and new element to any occasion or event. The stunning glow emitted from these Lanterns can be seen for up to 20 minutes, and they can travel several miles after which they float gently back down to earth once the flame is extinguished. Chinese lanterns have become popular in the last few years, and are now seen across the sky thoughout the year at weddings, festivals, New Years Eve, and more.
Chinese Lanterns can reach heights of more than 2,000 metres in altitude and offer an enjoyable and safe alternative to fireworks. Unlike some of the cheaper imitations for sale on the market, our range of authentic Chinese Sky Lanterns are produced to the very highest quality . We have gone to great lengths to ensure that all of our Flying Lanterns are some of the most eco friendly available today, with Bamboo frames and wire free construction, unlike many other suppliers. View our products and reviews for more information.
Our Standard range of Chinese Lanterns, full eco friendly. If you're looking for a standard white Chinese Lantern or a simple lantern pack of 10, this is where you'll find them
A range of Novelty Chinese Lanterns for something a little different from the norm. Heart Shaped or football Lanterns, you'll find them all in here.
Great deals on packs of Chinese Lanterns made up specifically for weddings, birthdays or other events from combinations of our products.
Chinese Water Lanterns add a special touch to an even such as a wedding or gathering. These Lanterns float across open water, or self stand on a level surface.
To compliment our range of Chinese Lanterns, we stock these attractive Garden Candles and Candle Bags in varying designs. Ideal for outdoor summer garden parties or weddings.
Everything else you could possibly need to make your Chinese Lantern Party go with a bang. Sharpie Markers, Ice Fountains, Glow Sticks, tea lights anre more
The origin of Chinese Lanterns goes way back to ancient Chinese times, where they were hung outside buildings or businesses to attract custom or to celebrate a festival such as Christmas. The term 'Chinese Lantern' isn't strictly true of the type of lantern that we now send up and into the night sky, as these are strictly entitled 'Sky Lanterns', and is the main reason why our main menu doesnt use the 'chinese' term. Chinese Lanterns are now common place amongst many parties and events in the UK and worldwide, and are a regular sight during Christmas, New Year, Weddings, and other occastions.