Go Balloon Crazy
Not so long ago, balloons were only used for simple décor at every kid’s birthday party. A pack of 50 balloons were bought, blown up and scattered around party tables, at gate entrances and sometimes down the road for difficult-to-locate party venues.
Décor companies have now seen the amazing potential of colourful, decorative plastic bubbles and have begun incorporating them into celebrations, weddings, social gatherings and corporate events, creatively displaying them in exciting, enticing ways.
There are many beautiful ways to incorporate balloons into any event décor. Here are a few examples:
Balloons are ideal for tight budgets and can be arranged and set up to make unique centerpieces. Whether you’d prefer a classic, fun, elegant or colourful theme for your event, you can definitely incorporate balloons into your table centerpieces. Depending on the theme of the event, add ribbon, organza, plants, fairly lights, etc. to your (preferably helium- filled) balloons.
Use balloon arches to welcome guests to a party or an event. Balloon arches grab attention, add to the décor’s overall theme and are excellent for photo booths.
The sky is the limit when it comes to different balloon pillar designs. The pillars can be used to add colour or character to entrances, flank presentation areas and carry the theme of the event throughout the entire venue.
Have you ever thought of completely covering a wall? Creating a balloon wall is a fantastic alternative to draping. By using assorted colours and patterns, you can transform a wall into a work of art the affordable way. Use balloon walls for photo areas, behind a main wedding table, or even just to cover a shabby wall!
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A Frozen themed birthday party seems like the perfect winter kids event decor for this year! You could set up a warm hot cocoa table served with fluffy marshmallows, while matching the striking blue colour themes of the very popular movie to the icy weather. For many young kids who have not had the opportunity to celebrate their birthday with a Frozen theme, I believe that this summer is the perfect time to do so. Putting together activities, food and décor for a Frozen party is a lot of fun! Here are some ideas to help you turn an ice-cold theme into a fun summer party: